The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Brainwave the Irish Epilepsy Association (trading as Epilepsy Ireland) takes place on Monday 28th September at 6.30pm.
In another acknowledgement of the high quality research that is taking place in Ireland, researchers in FutureNeuro and the RCSI – in conjunction with their colleagues in Severo Ochoa-Centre for Molecular Biology and the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB) of Barcelona
A new emergency card scheme for family carers has been launched by our colleagues in Family Carers Ireland.
The new card has been designed to ensure that a vulnerable person gets the care they need should their primary carer be involved in an accident; have an unplanned hospital admission or is suddenly taken ill.
Epilepsy Ireland have been notified by Bus Éireann that they intend to remove Epilepsy Ireland member discounts at the end of the year.
New research from the USA has reported positive findings regarding the use of a Vitamin K based compound in the treatment of drug-resistant epilepsy.
Epilepsy Ireland have published our Annual Report for 2019.
The report offers a review of the activities and services that we carried out throughout 2019 on the behalf of our members, service users, volunteers and supporters as we continue our journey towards a society where no person's life is limited by epilepsy.
For the first times in six months following the onset of COVID-19 in Ireland, this week sees children return physically to schools all across the country. This has led to excitement for children as they meet with their friends and continue their learning in this new environment but also has also led to understandable concerns and nervousness for parents and teachers alike.