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National Brain Awareness Week 2019

Nation Brain Awareness week – PSPA Ireland events. Continue reading

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Dublin Carers Meeting Tuesday 5th March 2019

Venue: Macro Community Resource Centre, 1, Green Street. Dublin Date: Tuesday 5th March 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 Ireland Limerick Support Group Meeting

PSPA Limerick Support Group Meeting on Feb. 23rd, 2018 Continue reading

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Campaign- Invest in Neurology

The Neurological Alliance of Ireland, together with eleven of its member organisations, has launched a campaign calling on the Government to prioritise investment in neurology services. Decades of under-investment have resulted in the lowest ratio of consultant neurologists per head … Continue reading

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National Brain Awareness Week

National Brain Awareness Week takes place March 5th– 11th March 2018. This is an annual initiative to raise awareness about neurological conditions. This year, the theme is ‘THE LIVED EXPERIENCE’, the reality of living with a neurological condition for 800,000 … Continue reading

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Launch of Campaign Calling for Action On Rehabilitation Services “We Need Our Heads Examined”

On Thursday 23rd June, the Neurological Alliance of Ireland, together with fifteen of its member organisations will launch a new campaign “We Need Our Heads Examined” calling for investment in rehabilitation services. There is a dire shortage of rehabilitation services … Continue reading

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International Rare Disease Day 2016 – NAI launches conference report

The conference on January 29th brought together the leads of both the rare disease and neurology clinical programmes, together with other stakeholders to explore some of the challenges and potential solutions to improving understanding of and response to the needs … Continue reading

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