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A BIG Thank you to a fantastic family who pulled out all the stops for the one they love and support.

Tabitha, Laura, Sarah and Tim’s Fundraiser set out to do a 1240 km challenge in March. What an amazing success .Well done and Congratulations!  They raised €5,307.40 by the close of May 2021. Kieron Wood was diagnosed with PSP and has … Continue reading

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September Support Meeting – Revised date – 20th September 2021.

See you soon!

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90% of our members say GP’s have never heard of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

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Living with PSP – Eileen and Terry

In this video Eileen and Terry give us a brief insight into daily life with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy . It demonstrates the impact of living with the constant risk of falls , so much a part of PSP, changing lives and life … Continue reading

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Brain Awareness Week 2021 – March 15th-21st

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Rare Disease Day Ireland

Click Here to Link to Page Raise a Toastie to Raise Awareness for Rare Diseases on 28th February Follow us on facebook : http://www.facebook/pspaireland

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Mums Journey with PSP

Mums Journey with PSP Click on Link above

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PROMOTUS launched as Global Alliance of PSP and CBD NGO’S

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Update Regarding Meetings

In light of the escalating situation and in terms of advice on social distancing by the Government the Board of PSPA Ireland are cancelling all meetings until 30th April 2020. It is likely that this may be extended. We will … Continue reading

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NAI Research Findings in advance of Brain Awareness Week

Neurological Alliance of Ireland release findings in advance of Brain Awareness Week. New research by the Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) finds that access to vital services for people with neurological conditions is worse than during the recession.  

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