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  • Associate Member: Syringomyelia Support Group of Ireland
    help group was set up in 1990 We are a small group with around 100 members Our membership is drawn from syringomyelia patients their friends and relatives as well as

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  • Associate Member - Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience
    IICN aims to provide up to date information on the clinical neurosciences on the island of Ireland support the members and their trainees in their research and academic activities promote the availability of high standard clinical neuroscience services on the

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  • Associate Member - Irish Society of Physicians in Geriatric Medicine
    society are To study and represent the needs of the geriatric service primarily from the hospital viewpoint To act as a source for recommendations to the various Health Agencies in matters relating to this discipline and to act as a

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  • Associate Member - Myaware
    with the disease or are just curious they are there to lend support directly and act as gateway The Myasthenia Gravis Association MGA is a registered charity in both Ireland and the UK The organisation began in the UK in

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  • Associate Member: PSPA Ireland
    CBD and those who care for them They raise awareness of PSP 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

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  • Associate Member: Brain Tumour Ireland
    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

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  • 21.9.2015 NAI joins other health and disability orgs in sending a strong pre budget message to Government
    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

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  • 9.7.2015 Launch of access to medicines guide provides a vital template for other neurological organisations
    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

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