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  • 14.10.2014 Preliminary analysis of Budget 2015 compared to NAI pre budget submission
    welcomed but it remains to be seen how this huge problem will be addressed The NAI has already highlighted this year that implementing the national neurorehabilitation strategy is crucial to addressing this problem While an overall increase in the available health spend has been indicated compared to recent years it remains to be seen in practice how this will be spent and how much is actually available once anticipated revenue is taken into account anticipated savings from medical card probity outlined as part of the health budget in 2014 were later amended The publication of the HSE service plan later this year will outline clearly what the impact will be on health services for people with neurological conditions and their families next year It remains to be seen if there will be an attempt to address areas which have seen significant cuts in recent years and what investment is planned in community based services and supports a key area identified in the NAI pre budget submission The lifting of the recruitment ban has the potential to address staff shortages in key areas of the health services with a significant impact on neurological care services in particular There was some positive

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  • 10.10.2014 NAI contributes to European Guide on Building Neurological Alliances
    interested in developing neurological alliance within their own countries Stronger Connected A Guide to Building Neurological Alliances was launched in September and provides information on the value of neurological alliances as well as the challenge of agreeing and sustaining a common agenda and securing funding in the longer term Mags Rogers NAI Development Manager welcomed the publication of the guide There is so much to be gained from the collective

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  • 9.10.2014 HSE launches new framework for community based health services
    people with complex needs in the local primary care team 5 A range of leadership roles will be developed to allow for local leads from each of the therapy professions and an overall GP lead within each of the primary care networks What are the potential implications for neurological care There are potential benefits to this approach for people with neurological conditions NAI welcome the aim to improve integration between

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  • 1.10.2014 Dates for Brain Awareness Week 2015
    March 9th to 15th 2015 This is an important opportunity to promote awareness of issues affecting people with neurological conditions in Ireland NAI will be organising its own programme of events and we are happy to feature all events on

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  • 23.9.2014 National Disability Database report highlights need to develop neurorehabilitation services
    next five years Outlining information on people registered on the database whose records were reviewed in 2013 a total of 7 671 people with a disability the highest level of requirment was for physiotherapy 14 4 and occupational therapy services 8 8 Neurological conditions account for over a third of those with a disability registered on the database 34 5 The figures from the NPSDD are a clear indication to

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  • News - Page 15 - New Web Site
    read more 24 9 2013 NAI to present its pre budget submission to Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health Children The NAI will present a summary of its pre budget submission this Thursday 26th September to members of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health Children read more 20 9 2013 Over 3500 people still wait more than twelve months for neurology Despite the commitment of the Government that no one would wait more than 12 months for an outpatient appointment the latest figures from the NTPF indicate that 3 574 people are waiting more than 12 months for an appointment to see a neurologist read more 19 9 2013 New Report Published by the Neurological Alliance UK A new report has been published by the UK Neurological Alliance designed to provide a blueprint for the Strategic Clinical Networks which have been established by the NHS to improve health services for particular patient groups or conditions read more 18 9 2013 NAI publishes its first politicians e zine The NAI has published its first e zine for political supporters of issues affecting people with neurological conditions read more 17 9 2013 Gearing up for the Budget In advance of the Budget in October NAI is working to highlight the impact of austerity on people with neurological conditions read more 17 9 2013 Epilepsy Ireland to launch new self managment tool Epilepsy Ireland will shortly launch their new Living well with Epilepsy toolkit a complete self management package for people recently diagnosed with epilepsy and for parents of children who have been recently diagnosed read more 29 8 2013 Help us to highlight neurological issues in the run up to the budget Fears are growing about the prospect of cuts to health spending in this years budget in October 16 read more 27

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  • 24.3.2014 RTE radio programme holds debate on neurorehabilitation services as part of Brain Awareness Week - New Web Site
    were the parents of Padraig Schaler currently receiving rehabilitation in Germany because they were told that he would be waiting up to a year for a bed in the National Rehabilitation Hospital Consultant Neurologist Professor Orla Hardiman Medical Journalist Priscilla Lynch and Fine Gael Senator Colm Burke addressed the lack of neurorehabilitation services in the context of reform and resourcing within the health services The programme refers to the NAI

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  • 21.3.2014 NAI urging decision on new Meningitis vaccine - New Web Site
    view the programme at http www rte ie player ie show 10265019 Today the NHS in the UK announced the decision to roll out the vaccine nationwide http www theguardian com society 2014 mar 21 vaccine meningitis b available nhs The NAI is conscious of the serious potential neurological consequences of meningitis on those who survive the condition and all steps should be taken to prevent the disease For more

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