NAI released a report highlighting the critical under-staffing and under-resourcing of neurology services throughout Ireland.
Publications and Submissions
NAI supports Rare Disease Day which takes place on February 28th 2021.
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland has published the fourth in their series of survey reports on the lived experience of people with neurological conditions in Ireland. NAI has carried out these nationwide surveys over a period of years, beginning in 2011.
The focus of our submission is on access to neurorehabilitation services among adults with acquired neurodisability.
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland have published the report from their January 2020 seminar, 'Delivering the Vision for Slaintecare through Neurological Care Services'.
This year's focus is on the critical need to invest in neurological care as a key tool in the fight against COVID-19.
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland has made a submission to the COVID-19 Oireachtas Committee, calling on the new government to take immediate action to protect existing services, and develop critically needed capacity in neurological care nationwide.
Living With Lockdown: Summary of findings from the latest nationwide research carried out on over 600 patients and their carers.
People with neurological conditions and family carers are being severely impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown, according to the findings of our recent survey.
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland is Demanding Action on Neurological Care in Election 2020 on behalf of the over 800,000 Irish people living with neurological conditions.