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  • 11.6.2015 Download our latest e zine to politicians - New Web Site
    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 Training Links Glossary Membership List of Members Becoming

    Original URL path: http://www.nai.ie/go/news/11-6-2015-download-our-latest-e-zine-to-politicians (2015-10-30)
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  • 2.6.2015 NAI submission on operation of Disability Act and NDS implementation plan - New Web Site
    and effectiveness of the Disability Act and the NDs implementation plan The submission highlight that the national neurorehabilitation should be a key component of the NDS implementation process given that it addresses many of the higher goals and objectives for people with neurological conditions Attached Documents NAI submission on Disability Act and NDS implementation plan May 2015 Neurological Alliance of Ireland Response to the Call for Submissions on the Operation

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  • 25.5.2015 NAI Statement on extension of SSNO funding - New Web Site
    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 Brain Injury Ireland Migraine Association

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  • 25.5.2015 SSNO funding and its potential impact on 23 charities - New Web Site
    these charities were told that the groups they represent are not disadvantaged 3 The organisations affected have been subjected to a year of delays including two seperate reviews in relation to the decision which have never been published 4 Temporary bridging funding to the 23 charities runs out at the end of June and these charities face cuts to vital services and some will close completely 5 A decision was

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  • 20.5.2015 Roundtable on Palliative Care and Neurological Conditions: Report Available - New Web Site
    2014 chaired by Professor Orla Hardiman and featuring updates from a series of research projects in the area of neurological conditions and palliative care including Parkinson s disease and Motor Neurone Disease The report from the roundtable is available to download below along with a foreword by Professor Hardiman Attached Documents Roundtable report on Palliative Care and Neurological Conditions IHF Neurology Roundtable Report Website Version pdf 1 92 MB Quick

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  • Download our Brain Awareness Week e zines
    publishing more issues in the run up to Brain Awareness Week to keep you updated on plans and events for the week Issue 1 December 2014 Download here Issue 2 January 2015 Download here Issue 3 February 20th 2015 Download

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  • Campaigning for services and supports for people with neurological conditions
    conditions The NAI works to promote the development of services and supports required by people with neurological conditions and their families Ireland continues to lag far behind other developed countries in terms of our neurological care services Visit our campaign

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  • Representing Issues Affecting People with Neurological Conditions
    White has established a number of clinical programmes to improve and standardise patient care by bringing together clinical disciplines and enabling them to share innovative solutions to deliver greater benefits to every user of HSE services The programmes are based on three main objectives To improve the quality of care to all users of HSE services To improve access to all services To improve cost effectiveness As part of its quality and safety remit the Quality and Clinical Care Directorate is also introducing clinical governance to ensure that patients can get the right treatment It is establishing a national clinical audit programme and developing guidelines to support service user involvement in the health services These standards will be measured and audited to ensure they are delivered accross the system Four clinical programmes have been established in relation to neurological conditions Stroke For more information on this programme click here Epilepsy For more information on this programme click here Rehabilitation Medicine For more information on this programme click here NAI and the Clinical Programmes The NAI recognises that these programmes have the potential to significantly improve service delivery and quality of life for people with neurological conditions and their families The

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