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  • 11.3.2014 Launch of Report on Living with a Neurological Condition in Ireland
    condition spoke of the impact on people with neurological conditions and the climate of uncertainty that is facing them The survey provides a key window into the challenge of living with a neurological condition in Ireland in 2014 and the impact of three successive years of health cuts and changes to benefits and entitlements on top of historical underdevelopment of neurological care services Senators Marie Moloney and Jillian Van Turnhout

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  • 9.3.2014 We're ready to go for Brain Awareness Week
    have already got going with events in Dublin and Killarney on Saturday Click here to view the full list of events nationwide You can still book places at the Launch of the Findings of our National Survey Living with a

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  • 6.3.2014 Free lecture in the Science Gallery for Brain Awareness Week
    Hardiman and Professor Ian Robertson will give free public talks in the Science Gallery Dublin next Thursday 13th March as part of Events for National Brain Awareness Week The event starts at 6 15pm and places are free No need to book but you may want to arrive early The event is sponsored by Novartis For details of how to get to the Science Gallery go to https dublin sciencegallery

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  • 3.3.2014 Only one week to go for Brain Awareness Week
    week to go till Brain Awareness Week make sure you know whats happening in your local area Check out the full listing of events here On Tuesday next 11th March we will be launching the results of our nationwide survey

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  • 17.2.2014 Counting down to Brain Awareness Week
    putting our final plans in place 1 Check out our latest e zine here 2 As our keynote event for Brain Awareness Week NAI will be launching the findings of our nationwide survey Living with a neurological condition in Ireland

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  • 24.1.2014 View the first edition of Brain Awareness Week e zine 2014
    Awareness Week e zine 2014 We have put together the first e zine for National Brain Awareness Week 2014 You can download it here We will be putting together a regular e zine in the run up to Brain Awareness

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  • 14.5.2015 NAI article for MS news on neurorehabilitation strategy
    Summer edition of MS news providing an update on the National Neurorehabilitation Strategy which was published in 2011 You can download the issue below the article outlines NAI s work over the past three years in highlighting the issue and

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  • 13.5.2015 NAI present at the Kaleidoscope conference on palliative care
    study with the Irish Hospice Foundation on the palliative care needs and experiences of people with advancing neurological conditions at the Kaleidoscope conference on palliative care today in Dublin Castle There was a positive reception to the findings and it is interesting and heartening that a number of presentations at this year s conference focus on neurological conditions and palliative care including Motor Neurone Disease and Parkinsons Disease Our thanks

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