15.3.2021 NAI Highlight Lack of Progress on Neurorehabilitation Services

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  During Brain Awareness Week all this week, the Neurological Alliance of Ireland are highlighting the lack of progress in addressing the critical lack of neurorehabilitation services in Ireland. This year marks ten years since the publication of the National Neurorehabilitation Strategy and two years into a three-year implementation framework for the Strategy. 

Despite a commitment to put community neurorehabilitation teams in each of the nine community health organisations (CHOS) around the country: only two have been funded t date. Less than thirty new specialist rehabilitation beds have been introduced when 150 are needed.

NAI are calling on the Government to honour their commitment in the Programme for Government to implement the Neurorehabilitation Strategy. 

Read our piece in the journal this week HERE feature advocate and brain injury survivor Dr Rosie Mangan


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