Below are some Members:
Croí's aim is to lead the fight against heart disease and stroke with a particular focus on the West of Ireland. Their mission is to prevent disease, save lives and promote recovery and wellbeing.
Early Onset Parkinson's Disease (EOPD.ie) is a dedicated support group providing information, advocating, raising awareness and offering peer support for Early Onset Parkinson's in Ireland.
An Saol will afford every opportunity to survivors of severe Acquired Brain Injury (sABI) to live their life with dignity and respect, to continue to improve, to regain as much independence and self-determination as possible, and for their injuries to heal, supported by an adequate, long-term neuro-rehabilitation programme. We offer advice and support to families and friends affected by sABI.
Ataxia Foundation Ireland was founded in 2016 "by members for members" it is the National Support Group for people affected by Friedreich's and other genetic Ataxias and their families.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland was set up in June 2000 in response to the need for services for people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). ABI Ireland aims to enable people with ABI to live an independent life in the community, by providing and maintaining a supportive living environment.
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland is the leading dementia care organisation in the country with 26 local branches and a national network of Day Care Centres, Home Care/Support Services, Carer Support Groups and one residential Respite Centre.
Aphasia Ireland is a registered charity formed with the aim of creating awareness and support for people with Aphasia and those around them.
Bloomfield Health Services is an independent not for profit healthcare provider established in 1812 by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and is located in Rathfarnham Dublin 16 with two main services
Cheshire Work in partnership with people who use their services and with statutory and voluntary agencies, they provide quality accommodation and support services across Ireland to adults with, primarily, physical disabilities.
Chronic Pain Ireland's aim is to provide relevant information and support to those affected with chronic pain.
The aims of Dystonia Ireland are to promote and encourage scientific research into the causes and treatments of dystonia, raise the level of awareness amongst the general public and the medical profession, offer support and information to all people with dystonia and their families nationwide.
Epilepsy Ireland seeks to improve the health (health gain) and quality of life (social gain) of people with epilepsy. Epilepsy Ireland provides services to individuals with epilepsy, their families and carers; including support, advocacy and education.
Enable Ireland provides free services to children and adults with disabilities and their families from 40 locations in 14 counties. Covering childhood to adulthood our expert teams work with the individual and their family on a plan for each life stage.
Headway Ireland provides support and services to people affected by brain injury. They also work to heighten public and political awareness of acquired brain injury and the impact it has on individuals, families and carers.
The Irish Heart Foundation's mission is to eliminate preventable death and disability from heart disease and stroke and to support and care for those living with these life-changing conditions.
The Irish Hospice Foundation was founded in 1986. It is a national charity dedicated to all matters relating to dying, death and bereavement in Ireland. Our vision is that no one should face death pr bereavement without the care and support they need.
The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) is the primary support organisation in Ireland providing care for people with Motor Neurone Disease, their families, friends and carers.
Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI) is a national voluntary organisation established by HD family members to provide consultation, information and individualised support to those diagnosed with Huntington's Disease, their families and their health care teams.
The Migraine Association of Ireland [MAI] is a registered charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for the 12-15% of our population who suffer from migraine. The association provides information, support and reassurance to migraine sufferers and those with other headache disorders.
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ireland (MS Ireland) provides services and resources at a local and national level. Locally, our team of Regional workers provide one-to-one and group support and our 39 voluntary branches provide opportunities to socialise, share experiences and avail of services.
Our mission is "To draw on the experience and expertise of People With Parkinson's (PWP's), in order to educate, empower and inspire all PWP's to fulfil their potential and improve their quality of life".
The centre relies heavily on the tireless dedication and enthusiasm of our fundraisers to enable us to continue to fund and support people with MS. In 2012, we will endeavour to build a 'Respite Centre' that will provide much needed assistance to families and carers of people with MS.
Their objective is to promote through practical empowerment, independent living for people with the condition muscular dystrophy. Muscular Dystrophy Ireland (MDI) supports advocating for services to enable people with neuromuscular conditions to fully participate in society and to live a life of their own choosing.
NF Ireland organise public awareness campaigns, organise seminars or symposias to study, discuss and disseminate information and reasearch findings on NF. NF Ireland encourage scientific research that might lead to a cure. To provide clear and correct information and to source information on specialised medical services yet unavailable in Ireland.
The Neurology Support Centre based in Sligo helps people who have been diagnosed with a neurological condition and their loved ones, at a time when they need it the most.
Vision Ireland is Ireland's national sight loss agency is a not for profit organisation which provides support and services nationwide to people experiencing sight loss.
Parkinson’s Ireland is a charity, based in Dublin with branches throughout the country. Our aim is to assist people with Parkinson’s, their families and carers, health professionals and other interested people by offering support, a listening ear and information on any aspect of living with Parkinson’s. We currently receive no funding from the Irish state.
Our mission is to create awareness and provide information regarding the late effects of polio among polio survivors, statutory agencies and the wider medical profession, and to ensure that the needs of polio survivors relating to their condition are met to enable them to live with dignity.
Rehab work in local communities to provide high-quality services and opportunities to people who need them. Rehab is a leading provider of world-class services, committed to achieving growth, sustainability and value for money in partnership with its customers.
Today Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland (SBHI) has over 3 000 members and has branches in all four provinces, as well as a professionally run National Resource Centre based in Clondalkin, Dublin 22.
Spinal Injures Ireland works to achieve the ultimate goal of true social inclusion for people with disabilities through providing education, understanding and consensus
The self-help group, Syringomyelia Chiari Ireland, was set up in 1990. We are a small group with around 100 members. Our membership is drawn from syringomyelia patients, their friends and relatives as well as other interested people.
PSPA Ireland provides support for patients, families and carers. They raise awareness of PSP (Progressive Supranuclear Palsy) and the related disease Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD) and those who care for them.
The membership of the IICN includes neuroscience clinicians and scientists working in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The charity was founded in 2012 by a small group of people caring for a family member who was sadly lost to a Brain Tumour in early 2012. As a national voluntary organisation our aim is to continue to fight the battle against the disease in her honour.