The ambassadors


The Carenity Team of Ambassadors consists of members with various chronic conditions who have shown kindness and willingness to help others with a piece of advice or a word of support, and who are there to help us make Carenity forum even more useful.

Our Ambassadors have been Carenity members for a while now and they know perfectly well how to post a comment, create a discussion or send a message, and will be able to guide you around the site if you get lost 😉

So don't be afraid to reach out to them.

However, don't forget that they are patients, just like you, so all the questions that require medical opinion should be addressed to healthcare professionals.


Iron-deficiency anemia,Angioedema,Sleep apnea,Osteoarthritis,Heart attack / Infarction,Depression,Diabetes (Type 2),AMD,Arterial hypertension,Heart failure,Ankylosing spondylitis

65 years old and a bit of a medical wreck, lucky to still be here.            

My philosophy is ' I wont let the bar stewards beat me'.

Make the most of the life you have because you will NOT get another one.

ALWAYS think POSITIVE and LIVE LIFE.emoticon heart



Diabetes (Type 2),Disc hernia,Head and neck Cancer

I am a diabetic 2 sufferer who has just survived neck cancer with three prolapsed discs.


Aneurysm,Osteoarthritis,Chronic pain,Epilepsy,Chronic gastritis,Hyperlipidemia,Pulmonary arterial hypertension,Hypothyroidism,Osteopenia,Osteoporosis,Pulmonary Hypertension

I was a champion swimmer and diver. I hit a diving board at the age of 14; my epilepsy commenced at 16.

I have had epilepsy now for 48 years, and am very active on social media, i.e. Facebook, LinkedIn, My Epilepsy Team, Epilepsy Action UK, Osteoporosis UK, Twitter, and other social media sites.  I am very proud to be an Ambassador of Carenity UK! 

I run my own Community/Motivational Page on Facebook, which gives positive and inspirational quotes, together with general knowledge on epilepsy.  I also Admin many groups where I advocate, educate, give advice, friendship, and support to people affected by and with epilepsy. 

After a successful brain aneurysm operation in 2019, I continue to remain strong willed and will not be defeated! 

Go visit and like my Facebook page if not already a Member; follow me on Twitter! 

Remember, there is always light at the end of the tunnel! 

Last updated: 22/08/2019