I have been diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis for 10 years now. That’s one MRI per year- plus the clinical trial related ones. Let’s say that I have been in a giant, buzzing magnet over 20 times.
The National Transport Authority (NTA) is conducting research with the aim of gaining a better understanding of the accessibility requirements and experience of users of small public service vehicle (SPSV), for example taxis and hackneys.
Please see below the Notice of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ireland’s Annual General Meeting ('AGM'). All documentation including the Notice and the AGM Information Pack is available on our website ms-society.ie. The following link will bring you to the AGM Notice and Information Pack (which includes the financial statements for the year ended 31st December 2020 and the Candidates’ Profiles) AGM and Information Pack
Votes for the AGM may be registered virtually at the AGM or by proxy. Here is the link to the Proxy Form.
The CE Scheme in the Care Centre was run by the Multiple Sclerosis CEP Co. Ltd. The CE Scheme is now being run by MS Ireland.
Niamh McCarron says people with chronic illnesses and disabilities have been asking for remote working for years, often getting told that it can’t be supported, for a whole list of reasons
Love Home Swap is currently looking for participants to help them in a research project that will open the doors to better holiday options for people with accessibility needs.
World Brain Day 2021 is dedicated to multiple sclerosis (MS), a neurological disease that affects 2.8 million people of all ages globally. Disease-modifying treatments slow the progression of MS, yet access to these medications is unavailable in many parts of the world.
On World Brain Day, 22rd July the Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) are launching their report on online service provision across neurological care services in response to COVID19. When the pandemic hit in 2020, many services moved online resulting in significant changes for both service users and service providers.
The MS International Federation is delighted to be partnering with the World Federation of Neurology (WFN) this year on World Brain Day. The 2021 theme is Stop Multiple Sclerosis.
As part of the 2021 World Brain Day campaign, the WFN and MSIF are inviting those with multiple sclerosis, their loved ones, healthcare professionals, multiple sclerosis organisations and everyone else to join in to raise awareness to stop multiple sclerosis through the use of the hashtag #WorldBrainDay2021.
Services Questionnaire: COVID-19 has changed the way we normally deliver group programmes. The purpose of this short, anonymous questionnaire is to find out what your preferences are for classes, groups and information services into the future. This will help us to plan how groups and services will be delivered. As always, our ability to provide group programmes and classes varies from county to county as this depends on funds and resources available in each area. There are 12 short questions and it will take you approximately 5 minutes to complete. Please click the link below.
You can complete the survey in the link below