The Patient Knows Best: In praise of Self Medication I do not trust big businesses and in the field of health, big businesses become even more difficult to feel comfortable with. The question is whether the health of individuals is central to the work of large businesses, or whether it’s... read more →
Christmas is a Time for Giving Jane is a finance officer here at Kaleidoscope and this week she celebrated a milestone Birthday. She disclosed some time back that she had never been on a bouncy castle, and her close colleague Danielle decided that this should be put right. So, as... read more →
The UK Recovery Walk: Shrewsbury The thing that changed people’s attitude towards gay people was Pride. The classic hit ‘Sing if you’re proud to be Gay’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glad_to_Be_Gay and the impact of the Gay Mardi Gras in Sydney http://www.mardigras.org.au/ and the Pride marches in the UK encouraged people to be true... read more →
This month Kaleidoscope's CEO, Martin Blakebrough, talks us through his submission to the Commission on Justice in Wales. He asks us to consider why people take drugs in the first place and where it all begins.
Kaleidoscope CEO, Martin Blakebrough, gives his opinion on the current issues surrounding medicinal cannabis:
Rage against the Machine There is plenty of rage about at the moment. The Brexit vote in part expressed that rage against the establishment. Theresa May and her government claim to be listening to that voice by forcing through Brexit at any cost. The Leave Campaign claimed to be... read more →
Alongside Martins usual monthly Blog, Kaleidoscope CEO, Martin Blakebrough discusses the importance of asking the simple question of "Are You OK?" in his first ever Vlog: https://youtu.be/dJD_a9UQuZQ Last month one of our employees, Lisa-Marie, partly because of her own life experience, championed the cause of ‘Don’t be a Bystander’. The campaign is... read more →