The Foundation was created in memory of Brian Moss who tragically passed away on Christmas Day 2014 due to Motor Nuerone Disease (MND). For the majority of his career Brian was a Social Worker and took pride in giving people a voice in situations where they might not have one. His simple belief was that "we are all equal".
With this in mind his Son Stuart and friend Ashley Bull setup the Foundation to help people in Derby with MND that are losing or have lost the ability to speak. The condition has many symptoms including loosing the ability to grasp or walk, however loss of speech can partially be addressed through an eyetracking system.
Specifically aimed at the Derby area it was the initial intention of our Foundation to provide a pool of eyetracking units than can be loaned free of charge to local MND patients with speech problems. We have now extended this remit to provide additional equipment to help MND patients to have a voice.