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Promoting a ‘Think Carer’ approach in health and social care services
The health and well-being needs of carers continue to go unrecognised: it is predicted that by 2030, one in five people in Ireland will be providing care to a loved one.
Dementia care costs 'halved' by supporting people to live at home
By 2021 the number of people with living with dementia is expected to rise to 68,216. More than 60% of people with dementia live in the community cared for by 50,000 family carers with patchy, uncoordinated or no support.
Train your brain with our free online Sudoku game
Those with the best brains as older adults are those who take the time to engage their mental muscle regularly. Why not take the time to exercise your brain right now with this Sudoku puzzle?
Multiple Sclerosis Ireland: Facts and Information
MS Ireland is the national organisation providing information, support and advocacy for the 9,000 people living with Multiple Sclerosis and their families.
Brain Disease: where Ireland stands
A large majority of us will experience some form of brain illness during our lifetimes, with over half of us requiring therapy for a neurological or psychiatric disease.
Changing attitudes towards Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a complex condition which varies in severity, but according to Dr Chris McGuigan, Consultant Neurologist at St. Vincent's Hospital in Dublin, the personal and societal impact of MS is far reaching.
Reducing disability progression for people with MS
MS Ireland highlights the impact of Multiple Sclerosis on 9,000 people and their families, and calls on the government for a neuro-rehabilitation strategy to help reduce disability progression.
Why neuro-rehabilitation is vital for brain injury survivors
A lack of suitable neuro-rehabilitation services from hospital to home is having a negative impact on those surviving brain injuries, says Barbara O’Connell, CEO, ABI Ireland.
Forget the stigma of Alzheimer's disease
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Putting the pieces back together - ABI Ireland
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