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SCRC - Board members
Helen Anne Brown
Helen Anne Brown
National Member with the Scottish Health Council
since December 2004.
Many years experience and involvement with learning disability groups and partnerships, including work with NHS Quality Improvement Scotland and the Social Work Inspection Agency.
Until recently, Trustee on the Board of the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability
and parent representative on International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities
Parent/carer to her
adult daughter who is profoundly disabled.
Lives in Fife.
NHS Quality Improvement Scotland: Implementing digital mammography services for breast screening in NHSScotland
The assessment is being led by Dr Helen Brown who would welcome any enquiries: Dr Helen Brown Senior Statistician NHS Quality Improvement Scotland Delta House 50 West Nile Street GLASOW G1 2NP Tel: +44 (0)141 241 6303 Email: Helen.Brown@nhshealthquality.org
Scottish Health Council - National Council
Anne has been a National Council member with the Scottish Health Council since December 2004.
She has many years experience and involvement with learning disability groups and partnerships and is currently a board member on the Scottish Commission for the Regulation of Care.
Until recently, she was a trustee on the Board of the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability.
FRONTLINE - Past Issues
My name is Anne Brown and I am parent/carer to my 29-year-old daughter Fiona who has profound and multiple disabilities and complex medical needs.
She suffers from quadriplegic cerebral palsy, epilepsy, asthma, and chronic chest problems.
She is fed by gastrostomy and requires daily physiotherapy to her limbs, as well as chest physio.
She has no balance and poor head control and wears a body brace and neck collar during the day to allow her to sit upright.
Anne lives in Dalgety Bay, Fife and is married with two grown-up children.She
is carer to her
daughter, Fiona, who has profound and multiple disabilities and complex medical needs.Anne is an active member of PAMIS - a registered charity working with families caring for someone with profound and multiple learning disabilities.She is also a Trustee on the Board of the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability (SCLD) representing the University of Dundee, and a member of SCLD's Health Committee.
spare time - if any - she
enjoys arts and crafts.