Epilepsy Ireland is currently looking into the state exams system and the provision of reasonable accommodations for Junior and Leaving Cert as it might apply for students with epilepsy.
After the inaugural Saddle Up for Epilepsy cycle 2015, we promised that the 2016 cycle would be...
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Peter Murphy as Chief Executive Officer of Epilepsy Ireland, from the 1st March 2016. The appointment was made following a highly competitive recruitment process. Peter takes over from Mike Glynn, who is retiring having led the Association for the past 21 years.
Brain Awareness Week is an annual initiative to raise awareness of neurological conditions...
The NAI and the Irish Brain Council have organised a FREE evening lecture on Tuesday 15th March in Trinity College Dublin.
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland has launched the report of their half day conference in January on Rare Neurological Conditions to coincide with International Rare Diseases day today.
Interview about the 'I See Beyond' (#iseebeyond) campaign.
The next meeting of the eHealth Ireland Ecosystem will take place on the 1st March and will consider the new Epilepsy Lighthouse Project on its agenda. The HSE and Dept of Health are keen to hear from people with epilepsy and their family members who wish to contribute on the day.
With one week to go to election time, and a frantic weekend of canvassing ahead for all candidates, we are seeing more mention of disability in the media and in candidates' messages. The next week is crucial, and Disable Inequality needs your support!
Researchers in Australia have developed a new, minimally-invasive, brain-machine interface that could be beneficial in the treatment of epilepsy in future.