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Weekly Newsletter

26th February 2021

Information Videos

Our nurse Alison introduces information videos for people with Parkinson’s, and possible causes for a sudden deterioration or worsening of symptoms.

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How much do you know about Parkinson's?👀 Find out more about the neurological condition that affects 12,000 people in Ireland on the @ParkinsonsIre website, one of our NAI members and L.Y.B Partner! 🧐 #brainawarenessweek2021 #loveyourbrain2021

#MultidisciplinaryCare in #PD: Does it make a difference?
View @OruenCNS's exclusive interview ft experts: Prof Werner Poewe & @basbloem
For info on #multidisciplinary #careteams & how they're involved in helping manage #Parkinsons:

FACT OF THE DAY🤔 The first fact of the week to kick things off at NAI on the run up to Brain Awareness Week 2021, March 15th-21st! Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for more brain facts and myths over the next few days👀 #brainawarenessweek2021 #parkinsons @naiireland

Wonderful news and we all hope this trend continues @paulreiddublin 😀Meanwhile here in #Parkinsons Land, a good trend too: almost twice the number attending our weekly Speech & Language practice, compared to your visit in July. Please come back to see -and hear!- for yourself 😃

Paul Reid@paulreiddublin

A continued good trend down in #COVID19 hospitalised patients at 1196 & 177 in ICU. This is providing much relief for our hospitals, patients & families. It is still far too high for safety but a good sign that all of our actions are working. @HSELive

This month's Researcher in Focus is Dr Eilís Dowd, a #Parkinsons disease researcher in @NUIGNeuroCentre. Eilís is currently investigating the potential of biomaterials for improving stem cell-derived #brain repair. Read more here

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