Last week I wrote about problems with SatNavs, using an example from a trip to Canada which some of you may remember.
The original title of the article was “When GPS takes the wrong turn” however, online, they changed it to GPs. A rather appropriate mistake as Dougie was at the wheel at the time!
Hope you enjoy it. If you want to add your own Sat Nav stories then you can comment here or on the article itself.
This week’s article ties in with National Stroke Awareness Month. It tells the story of us meeting Jazz drummer, Ronnie Gardiner, when we were in Sweden. The Ronnie Gardiner Method, a therapy which helps people who have had strokes, Parkinson’s and dementia and is also helping those with dyslexia, uses music and rhythm to try and help the brain reconnect.
The organisation is running another introductory training course in London later this month. They are keen for people to train to be facilitators of the method: physios, OTs, nurses as well as teachers, carers, musicians and dancers can all use their skills to benefit others.