Monthly Archives: October 2017

Dublin Carers Meeting Tuesday 7th Nov 2017

Monthly support meetings for carers are held in Dublin. These meetings are well attended and we look forward to seeing our friends again after the summer break. All carers and family members can attend. These informal meetings give people an … Continue reading

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Fit and Fabulous Mick is gearing up for the Dublin City Marathon.

Michael’s father in law John was diagnosed with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy in 2016. Michael wants to raise awareness about this devastating disease. He is asking all his friends, family, acquaintances and willing donors to support him to make a difference … Continue reading

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Kim de Bruin’s – Marathon Challenge

After her inauguration run in the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon Kim de Bruin started training for the Dublin Marathon. Kim set herself this challenge when her father in-law Peter was diagnosed with PSP.  With amazing commitment she has continued training … Continue reading

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Running to fund Research into PSP –   Limerick Women’s Mini Marathon

Carol O’Sullivan and her sister Niamh, and a group of her friends and colleagues, are doing the Women’s mini marathon in Limerick on October 29th in memory of her Mum, Anne O’Sullivan, and her neighbour, Tony Bromell who both died … Continue reading

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PSPA Ireland Regional Meeting – Cork – Oct. 24th

PSPA Ireland are holding a support meeting for people in Cork and the surrounding counties.  The meeting will give attendees an opportunity to talk to us and meet other people living with these conditions in an informal and welcoming environment. … Continue reading

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Patient Experience Survey of Neurology Services

First ever patient survey of outpatient neurology services now calling for responses. The Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI), the umbrella representing over 30 patient organisations, in partnership with the National Clinical Programme in Neurology, has launched the first ever patient … Continue reading

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