Epilepsy Ireland has received confirmation that we have been awarded €177,838 under the Government's COVID-19 Stability Fund for Community & Voluntary organisations
The fund was established by the Government in order to provide a once-off cash injection to non-profit and community organisations who continue to provide vital services throughout the pandemic.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Epilepsy Ireland have been continuing our services for people with epilepsy and their families across the country through our team of Community Resource Officers. Like the virus, we have not gone away.
The Annual General Meeting of Brainwave The Irish Epilepsy Association (trading as Epilepsy Ireland) took place on 28th September 2020. In light of ongoing social distancing requirements, the meeting was held via Zoom.
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.