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9.8.2013: Disability CEO calls on the Government to honour its pre election promises.

Mr John Dolan, CEO of the Disability Federation of Ireland highlighted the ongoing impact of cutbacks on people with disabilities. » read more


7.8.2013: Continuing coverage of medical card issue

The issue of discretionary medical cards for people with neurological conditions continues to receive coverage in the media on an ongoing basis this week. » read more


1.8.2013 Concern over access to emergency medical cards for people with neurological conditions

The NAI is increasingly concerned at reports that people with terminal neurological conditions are having difficulty applying for a discretionary medical card. » read more


30.7.2013 NAI extends deepest sympathy to the family of Colm Murray

The Neurological Alliance of Ireland extends its deepest sympathy to the family, friends and colleagues of Colm Murray. » read more


30.7.2013 Concern over waiting list for nursing home places

Concern is growing over waiting lists and access to nursing home places. » read more


29.7.2013 Publication of Implementation Plan for the National Disability Strategy

The Government has published the long awaited implementation plan for the National Disability Strategy. » read more


25.7.2013 Over 3,500 still wait more than a year to see a neurologist

June 2013's figures from the National Treatment Purchase Funds's website reveal that 3,689 people are waiting more than 12 months for an outpatient appointment to see a neurologist. » read more


25.7.2013 Hospital Consultants Highlight Impact of Proposed Cuts

The Irish Hospital Consultants Association published its pre budget submission yesterday, highlighting the growing pressure on hospital care and the impact of proposed cuts in health funding. » read more


24.7.2013 Nominations now open for the fourth annual Stroke Awards

Has a member of your community shown exceptional courage after surviving a stroke? Or do you know someone who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in caring for someone affected by stroke? » read more


23.7.2013 No pre-existing suspicion that the individaul had CJD in the recent Beaumont Hospital case

The NAI notes the Minister of Health James Reilly's statement that there had been no suspicion of CJD in the patient operated on in Beaumont Hospital. » read more


17.7.2013 NAI welcomes publication of Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Bill 2013

The NAI welcomes the publication today of the long awaited Assisted Decision Making (Capacity Bill). » read more


3.7.2013 International nursing award for Epilepsy Clinical Programme

An Irish nurse has received an international nursing award for her decription of best practice development in the National Epilepsy Clinical Programme. » read more

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