One of two A5 notebooks available from the HMSA.
This one carries the HMSA's licenced image, donated by Julia Shepperdley. Julia says; ''I did the faces of an adult & child zebra to represent that the HMSA support all the family. If you look at someone with Hypermobility they look like anyone else & will often look well, so I kept the black & white of an ordinary zebra. The colours represent the multiple issues that people with hypermobility syndromes have to deal with. The colours coming of the adult zebra’s mane is there to represent the pain (my positive take is the pain managed by positive self – management or the relief felt when receiving support from the HMSA'