Have YOUR Say!

MS Ireland seeks to represent the interests of the entire MS community. Your input is vital when informing any and all of our campaign and advocacy initiatives. Every campaign we run seeks to highlight an injustice, address a deficiency in service provision, or raise awareness of an issue, in order to influence decision makers, the decision making process, as well as other stakeholders within society.

We consider the MS community our greatest resource. Your issues become our issues as and when we hear them. At local and regional levels, branches and our community support worker network are there to listen and support. Our Information Line is a link to the national office. We are listening!     

Our goal is to advocate nationally in your collective interest, ensuring that we can maintain our support services, as well as those provided by the state. There are a number of ways in which you can get involved to support our advocacy and campaign initiatives.

Have YOUR say. Let us know want issues affect you

You can:

  • Take part in our online surveys to provide us with information and data on your experiences
  • Give us feedback on our campaigns and initiatives. Criticism is a crucial part to our continual improvement! 
  • Become your own advocate. Let us empower you to represent your own interests

Get in Touch

For more information on getting involved contact Aoife Kirwan at akirwan@ms-society.ie 

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