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Living with Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD)

In this interview Elva talks about her mum and describes what it is like to have a diagnosis of CBD in the family. We are grateful for the valuable contribution Elva has made to help us improve the understanding of … Continue reading

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Michael Fassbender supports loveyourbrain campaign.

Actor Michael Fassbender supporting the loveyourbrain.ie campaign for Brain Awareness Week#loveyourbrain2019 #brainawarenessweek2019    

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Brain Awareness Week – Launch Event

     Prof. David Henshall is Director of FutureNeuro the national research centre focused on chronic and rare neurological conditions. Addressing the audience he said Ireland ranks 6th in the world in neuroscience and publishes in many of the world’s … Continue reading

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Start of National Brain Awareness Week

To mark the start of National Brain Awareness Week today, the Neurological Alliance of Ireland have launched their latest research on living with neurological condition in Ireland. The findings from their survey, based on responses from over 600 individuals with … Continue reading

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Dublin Carers Meeting Tuesday 5th February 2019

Venue: Macro Community Resource Centre, 1, Green Street. Dublin Date: Tuesday 5th February 2019 Time:  10.30h – 12.30h Monthly support meetings for carers are held in Dublin. These meetings are well attended and we look forward to seeing our friends … Continue reading

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PSPA Office – Christmas closing times

The office will be closed today Thursday  20th December at 1pm  until  Monday 7th January 2019. We would like to thank you for your support in 2018 and look forward to meeting everybody again in 2019 From all at PSPA … Continue reading

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Neurology Patients Would Welcome More Information When They Are Diagnosed

A newly published report by the Neurological Alliance reveals that over half of patients surveyed reported they did not receive sufficient information at the time of diagnosis, including details of relevant patient support organisations. The findings come from the first … Continue reading

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