Blog Articles, tagged with: Neurorehabilitation

Dail Discussion

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Neurorehabilitation services The Dail will discuss a motion on neurorehabilitation services on Wednesday, 6th December. The motion is being put forward as part of the 'We Need Our Heads Examined Campaign' for action on neurorehabilitation, a campaign which our organisation supports.  You c...

Published by NAI/MS Ireland on Monday December 04 2017 04:03 PM

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We Need Our Heads Examined Campaign

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Campaign by 17 National Charities calls on new Taoiseach to address “unfinished business” in health by tackling silent crisis in neurorehabilitation  The “We Need Our Heads Examined” campaign is calling on the new Taoiseach to tackle the “silent crisis” i...

Published by NAI/MS Ireland on Tuesday June 13 2017 05:44 PM

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800,000 Minds Matter

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Neurological Alliance of Ireland Election Campaign  Over 800,000 Irish people are living with neurological conditions like multiple sclerosis, stroke, acquired brain injury, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, migraine and dementia as well as a multitude of rare and genetic conditions. Ireland'...

Published by MS Ireland/Neurological Alliance of Ireland on Monday January 11 2016 09:27 AM

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Neurorehabilitation Strategy

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Government strategy on rehabilitation delivers nothing The Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) have issued a press release on the lack of action to date on implementing the 2011-2015 Neurorehabilitation Strategy. MS Ireland has joined NAI and other partner organisations in calling for the go...

Published by MS Ireland/NAI on Wednesday December 02 2015 08:29 AM

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Red Card To The Governement for Neurology

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World MS Day on the 29th of May takes place during European Month of the Brain and Ireland presidency of the EU. However, compared to the rest of Europe, Ireland seriously lags behind in neurological care services: Ireland has fewer neurologists per capita then the Czech Republic, Estonia ...

Published by MS Ireland on Sunday May 12 2013 12:09 PM

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One In Six Get Appropriate Neurorehab Care

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Launch Of New Neurorehabilitation Manifesto The Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) have launched their Neurorehabilitation Manifesto calling on the government to implement the current strategy and protect the funding for non-profits who provide rehabilitation services. MS Ireland, as a membe...

Published by MS Ireland on Thursday February 21 2013 08:45 AM

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Letter to TDs

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NAI Event, AV Room, Leinster House February 27th 2013 MS Ireland is concerned about the adequate provision of state services, resources and welfare entitlements for people with multiple sclerosis. Where services, resources and welfare entitlements are unavailable or inaccessible, MS Ireland aims...

Published by MS Ireland on Saturday February 16 2013 10:02 AM

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Rehab Experiences Sought

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Help Improve rehabilitation services by taking this survey For many people with MS rehabilitation is an important part of managing the impact of the condition. Physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy can all play a part in maintaining or improving a persons functionin...

Published by MS Ireland on Tuesday July 31 2012 08:43 PM

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