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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
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.
As a proud member of the Neurological Alliance of Ireland PSPA Ireland is delighted to support Brain Awareness week. There are 800,000 people living with a neurological condition in Ireland of these 280 are likely to diagnosed with Progressive Supranuclear … Continue reading
VHI WOMENS MINI MARATHON 2020 Sign up now and go that extra mile for PSPA Ireland Press here for details
Diarmuid. J. Kennedy’s fundraiser has been a sell out success. We have had further requests for tickets but regretfully there are none left. We thank all who supported this great fundraiser and we wish you all a great night.
Kieron Wood, barrister, journalist and former RTE legal affairs correspondent talks about his diagnosis of PSP-CBD in the Irish Independent today https://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/health-features/i-dont-want-to-believe-i-have-an-incurable-brain-disease-but-i-know-i-have-former-rte-presenter-kieron-wood-38614857.html
Take part in our Survey Have you been diagnosed with PSP or CBD? If you are a patient/carer or former carer we would like to hear from you. Your experience and expertise is valuable to us and others with PSP … Continue reading
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British Neuroscience Conference will be held in Dublin. Two evening events are listed below. Admission is free but you have to book For the RAPPERS out there this could be the BIZ Monday 15th April 2019. Time 18.30 – 19.30 … Continue reading
There is a lot a happening for BNA 2019 Festival of Neuroscience. Check out the full Public Daytime Programme –from Saturday 13th April – 18th April. Many events are in the evening and in Dublin http://meetings.bna.org.uk/bna2019/public-programme/public-daytime-programme/ If you are … Continue reading