October 6, 2023

On Thursday 5 October, Revive MS Support and Euan’s Guide celebrated an event to introduce Revive clients to Euan’s Guide services, share the accessibility improvements taking place at our centre, and encourage clients to talk about their own experiences of accessible places to visit.

People sitting indoors. 2 people are at a table and third person is in a wheelchair

Euan’s Guide is the award-winning disabled access charity. Founded in 2013 by Euan MacDonald MBE, a powerchair user, and his sister Kiki, it is best known for EuansGuide.com, the disabled access review website. The charity also works to make tens of thousands of accessible toilets safer and runs the UK’s largest Access Survey which is available on www.EuansGuide.com/AccessSurvey.

Iain McWhirter, CEO of Revive said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Euan’s Guide. Accessibility to venues can be a real problem for people with MS, and Euan’s Guide is an invaluable resource to help people plan their social and leisure time. Helping our clients at Revive to see which places meet their individual accessibility needs will really improve their quality of life.”

Revive’s virtual tour and accessibility guide for the centre are both available on our website and a new listing for Revive has also been published on Euan’s Guide.

Antonia Lee-Bapty, CEO of Euan’s Guide said: “It was great to finally visit Revive! We loved the positive atmosphere and were impressed by the facilities they have and services they offer. We were really pleased to meet Revive clients, many of whom told us they’d used Euan’s Guide to find some fantastic new places to go!”.

two people sitting at a table. One is in a chair, one is in a wheelchair

An interview with Euan’s Guide will also feature on the Revive podcast, broadcasting at 2pm on Wednesday 1 November. The podcast will also be available on Apple, Spotify, Amazon and the Revive website. Thank you so much to everyone who came along and participated in the event, we really enjoyed hearing all about your experiences. If you missed it, you can pick up some information at our reception or find out more on www.euansguide.com