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12.6.2013 NAI welcomes decision on mobility allowance

The NAI welcomes the decision of the Government to continue payments to those formerly in receipt of the mobility allowance, pending the establishment of a new statutory provisions to provide individual payments to people with severe disabilities who require additional income to address the cost of their mobility needs. » read more

 

11.6.2013 National Carers Week: Over 60,000 Irish people care for someone with a neurological condition

As events take place to mark National Carers Week this week, over 60,000 people in Ireland are caring for a person with a neurological condition. » read more

 

11.6.2013 Huntingtons Disease Awareness Week

This week is Huntington's Disease Awareness Week in Ireland and the UK. » read more

 

29.5.2013 European Month of the Brain Pledge to Put Neurology Patients First

Putting Neurology Patients First: A pledge to support essential investment in neuroscience research and to protect the interests of neurology patients To mark European Month of the Brain [EMOB], the European Federation of Neurological Associations has launched its pledge to protect neuroscience research and neurology patients. » read more

 
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29.5.2013 Healthy Brain Healthy Europe conference says little about healthcare

The EU wide conference Healthy Brain Healthy Europe: A new Horizon for Brain Research and Healthcare was hosted by the Irish Government this week as part of its EU presidency. » read more

 

28.5.2013 Irish Examiner highlights the state of Ireland's neurological care services as Irish Government hosts major conference on the Brain

In a front page article today, the Irish Examiner highlighted the NAI's concern at the state of Ireland's neurological care services, in a week where Ireland is hosting a major European conference on brain conditions. » read more

 

27.5.2013 Irelands leads EU brain services think in but should sort out "appalling deficits" at home first

Ireland leads EU brain services think-in, but should sort out 'appalling deficits' at home first The Government was today urged to address appalling deficits in our own neurological services before trying to sort out those in the rest of Europe, as a major conference to develop national brain health strategies got under way in Dublin as the Irish EU Presidency's contribution to European Brain Month. » read more

 

24.5.2013 Launch of Irish Brain Council

Next Tuesday 28th May will see the launch of an Irish Brain Council to create awareness of and promote brain research in Ireland. » read more

 

23.5.2013 NAI Presents at European Patient Forum as part of events for Brain Month

As part of its contiuning programme of events for European Month of the Brain, the NAI gave two presentations at the European Patient Forum 10th Anniversary Conference held in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin today. » read more

 

17.5.2013 2nd International MS Patient Summit takes place today

The 2nd International MS Patient Summit takes place in the Mansion House today as part of events to mark European Month of the Brain. » read more

 

13.5.2013 The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Getting ready to Ratify

On Friday 17th May, the Disability Federation of Ireland and the Centre for Disability Law & Policy, NUI Galway, will host a joint conference preparing for Ireland's forthcoming ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities. » read more

 

13.5.2013: EU earmarks €150 million for Brain Research

At the start of European Month of the Brain, the European Commission has earmarked some €150 million of funding for 20 new international brain research projects.It will bring the total EU investment in brain research since 2007 to over €1.9 billion. » read more

 
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