Office closed for holidays

22 Aug, 2016

We’ve had an incredibly busy summer, upgrading our website, organising the December Conference, Organising the New Membership System, writing various Grant Applications and dealing with an average of 12 telephone enquiries and a lot of emails every day.

We deserve a break!

The society is still run entirely by volunteers and we are grateful for their help but we are in need of some much needed R&R.
The Office will now be closed from:
11am Monday 22nd August until 8am Thursday 1st September.
Consequently, the Telephone Helpline will be unavailable during this time.

You will still be able to access the updated website, access the Health Unlocked Forum and you can, of course, leave a message on our answerphone system so that we can contact you when we get back.

For Enquiries regarding Membership you can still contact info@pasoc.org.uk
Please note we cannot offer advice or information via email.

We’ll be back in September all refreshed and ready to go again.

 

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  1. Susan Pyne

    I’ve just been diagnosed with PA. In the the months waiting for a diagnosis I found the PA website really helpful. Thank you.

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