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  • Associate Member: PSPA Ireland - New Web Site
    and CBD on a local and national level and work with the relevant bodies and umbrella organisations in Ireland Northern Ireland and the UK to make a positive difference to the lives of people with PSP and CBD PSPA Ireland supports research to better understand the possible causes of PSP and CBD to find ways to acheive earlier and better diagnosis and to develop treatments that could potentially slow down

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/membership/list_of_members/progressive-supranuclear-palsy-association (2015-10-30)
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  • Associate Member: Brain Tumour Ireland - New Web Site
    sadly lost to a Brain Tumour in early 2012 As a national voluntary organisation our aim is to continue to fight the battle against the disease in her honour Through the Ronnie Fehily Foundation we hope to create a place where people can come for information guidance and comfort A place to learn what to expect and a community to provide support To view our website go to www braintumourireland

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/membership/list_of_members/brain-tumour-ireland-478 (2015-10-30)
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  • 22.9.2015 Download our latest e zine to politicians - New Web Site
    to politicians print version send to a friend share on facebook NAI sends a quarterly e zine to political representatives who have agreed to be listed on our website as supporters of issues affecting the 700 000 Irish people living with neurological conditions Download our September 2015 e zine which outlines details of our pre budget submission here Quick Links About Us Aims What We Do Board Staff Resources NAI

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/campaign_centre/latest_news/22-9-2015-download-our-latest-e-zine-to-politicians (2015-10-30)
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  • 21.9.2015 NAI joins other health and disability orgs in sending a strong pre budget message to Government - New Web Site
    other health and disability orgs in sending a strong pre budget message to Government print version send to a friend share on facebook The NAI joined eight other umbrella organisations in the health and disability sector this morning in sending a strong message to Government that the current economic recovery has to extend to people with disabilities and their families who bore the brunt of the recession Groups outlined the need to reverse cuts to disability and other health services invest in supports for people with disabilities and introduced much needed reforms in the area of capacity legislation and the introduction of personalised budgets NAI focused on the withdrawal of funding to all twelve neurological charities under the SSNO scheme which leaves people dependent on vital services in limbo The full NAI pre budget submission is available to download below Organisations Participating in Pre Budget Launch Disability Federation of Ireland Care Alliance Ireland Neurological Alliance of Ireland Inclusion Ireland Genetic and Rare Diseases Organisation National Federation of Voluntary Bodies Mental Health Reform Centre for Independent Living Attached Documents NAI Pre Budget Submission 2016 Neurological Alliance of Ireland Pre Budget Submission 2016 pdf 660 kB Quick Links About Us Aims What

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/campaign_centre/latest_news/21-9-2015-nai-joins-other-health-and-disability-orgs-in-sending-a-strong-pre-budget-message-to-government (2015-10-30)
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  • 9.7.2015 Launch of access to medicines guide provides a vital template for other neurological organisations - New Web Site
    Launch of access to medicines guide provides a vital template for other neurological organisations print version send to a friend share on facebook Launch of Access to Medicines Guide provides a vital template for other neurological organisations MS Ireland has launched an important guide to accessing medicines which is a vital blueprint for other not for profit organisations in the neurological sector The Neurological Alliance of Ireland warmly welcomes the launch of the Access to Medicines campaign handbook for people with multiple sclerosis which provides an important template for people with other neurological conditions in terms of understanding and navigating the complex process of approving new medications for reimbursement by the health services The guide represents a vital tool to empower people to access the medications they need NAI welcomed the opportunity to have an input into the development of the guide and encourages all its members to examine this document carefully as an important template for other organisations to follow in this area The guide is available to download at http www ms society ie blog articles 1893 access to medicines campaign handbook launched by minister for health Quick Links About Us Aims What We Do Board Staff Resources

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/campaign_centre/latest_news/9-7-2015-launch-of-access-to-medicines-guide-provides-a-vital-template-for-other-neurological-organisations (2015-10-30)
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  • 22.7.2015 NAI publishes its pre budget submission on World Brain Day - New Web Site
    the 700 000 Irish people living with neurological conditions This investment is required to meet the committments outlined in the Government s own strategies for dementia rare disease and neurorehabilitation and to address critical deficits accross hospital neurology services The NAI submission outlines 6 areas of recommendation as follows 1 Providing a sustainable funding stream for the vital services provided by the Neurological Alliance of Ireland and eleven other neurological charities funded under the SSNO scheme 2 Targeting investment in hospital based neurology services to address critical understaffing and other deficits which continue to impact on patient care 3 Developing a network of nine community based neurorehabilitation teams one in each of the Community Health Organisation CHO areas as committed to in the National Neurorehabilitation Strategy published in 2011 Not one team has been put in place since the strategy was published and the three year implementation period for the strategy comes to an end in 2015 4 Funding services to support the implementation of the National Dementia Strategy 5 Investing in appropriate services for genetic diagnosis and counselling to address the deficits recognised in the National Plan for Rare Diseases 2014 6 Ensuring access to discretionary medical cards for

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/campaign_centre/latest_news/22-7-2015-nai-publishes-its-pre-budget-submission-on-world-brain-day (2015-10-30)
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  • 11.6.2015 Download our latest e zine to politicians - New Web Site
    6 2015 Download our latest e zine to politicians print version send to a friend share on facebook NAI sends a quarterly e zine to a group of political representatives who have agreed to support issues affecting people with neurological conditions You can view the latest edition June 215 here Quick Links About Us Aims What We Do Board Staff Resources NAI Documents Guidance Policy Standards Annual Reports and Newsletters

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/campaign_centre/latest_news/11-6-2015-download-our-latest-e-zine-to-politicians-651 (2015-10-30)
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  • 25.5.2015 NAI statement on temporary extension of SSNO funding to 12 neurological charities - New Web Site
    charities supporting the 700 000 Irish people living with neurological conditions welcomes the extension of funding to twelve neurological charities until June 2016 The charities involved were facing severe cuts and in some cases complete closure this June in a repeat of last summer s events which saw the withdrawal of funding to ALL the neurological charities which were on the SSNO funding scheme to support national voluntary organisations Mags Rogers Development Manager with the Neurological Alliance said today This is a sensible decision from Government in recognising the critical need for the services provided by these twelve neurological charities However the funding has only been extended to June 2016 which means further uncertainty and no permanent solution in place which means that these charities once again face an uncertain future and there is no guarantee for people with neurological conditions and their families that these services will be available after June 2016 The NAI also commented on the huge pressure and burden that months of uncertainty had placed on the charities affected The charities involved were subjected to two different reviews and months of uncertainty including calls from very vulnerable people who were anxious about continuing to receive services Charities have been sidelined into spending significant time and effort in seeking to have the funding extended time that should have been available to concentrate on supporting people with neurological conditions and their families While the Neurological Alliance welcomes the Ministers decision today it is at pains to stress that a long term solution must be found to funding these vital services and it will continue to campaign on this issue in the lead up to a general election MORE INFORMATION List of Neurological Charities Impacted by the Withdrawal of Funding under SSNO funding scheme Neurological Alliance of Ireland Acquired

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/campaign_centre/latest_news/25-5-2015-nai-statement-on-temporary-extension-of-ssno-funding-to-12-neurological-charities (2015-10-30)
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