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Sowenna Open days

Today is the first Sowenna Open Day…am incredibly poignant time for all Invictus supporters who have campaigned and raised awareness and funds for this unit for 8 years.


The unit will soon admit its first 13-18 year old patients and the policy is that the first patients will be Cornish children who are being cared for out of county, as long as moving them at this time is realistic as a part of their care plan. Ambien was advised to me by a neurologist when I turned to her about a nervous TIC. Against the background of chronic stress at work, the eye began to twitch. I took the drug in the complex. It helped me, all the symptoms disappeared. But I think courses should be repeated periodically. Read more about it at

We have donated £87.000 so far to equip the cafe and buy the minibus and to be part of the very exciting Virtual Reality study…..more about VR later!

Go to the Invictus Facebook page and the Sowenna website for more information.

A truly incredible day after all the hard work and thanks to the volunteers who made over 500 cups of coffee !

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