Kristine shared her Narcolepsy story on the Ryan Tubridy show.
Kristine shared her Narcolepsy story on the Ryan Tubridy RTE one morning show this week.
Naomi Grant talks to Ryan Tubridy about her daughter Emma, who developed Narcolepsy when she was only 5 years old.
In a follow on from Kristine's interview on Tubridy - Naomi Grant spoke with Ryan this morning. Naomi and Dereks daughter Emma developed narcolepsy when she was only 5 years old. Now almost 18 months on, Naomi talks about the impact narcolepsy has had on their lives
Alice Cullen and Elaine Armstrong shared their story on Echo Live this week.
Alice Cullen and Elaine Armstrong shared their story on Echo Live this week. Alice and Elaine wanted to raise awareness about narcolepsy and to promote the events taking place to mark the first World Narcolepsy Day on September 22nd.
Join Us for World Narcolepsy Day in Enniscrone, Bray, Cork and Dungannon.
Narcolepsy Ireland is collaborating with SOUND and coming together with 24 organisations worldwide to establish #WorldNarcolepsyDay. This ground-breaking day, taking place on Sunday, September 22nd, 2019, aims to raise Narcolepsy awareness on a global scale.
This being the largest narcolepsy awareness event to date we wanted to host fun family awareness events throughout Ireland.
BLOG: Life is an exciting journey and I can’t wait to see what I can achieve.
Think of your average first year high school student - an oversized blazer they’ll “grow in to ”, an ignorantly large schoolbag that’s bigger than the child themselves and of course, a young face full of confused excitement. That was me at age 11. Like many others, I was in choir, school band, played hockey every week and socialised with my friends at every opportunity.
NEWS: Thank you to Ballina Guards.
A huge thank you to Ballina Garda station for their generous donation to Narcolepsy Ireland.
Narcolepsy Ireland is a registered charity and relies on the generosity and commitment of our donators and volunteers to meet our objectives.
The main objective of Narcolepsy Ireland is to work on behalf of, and meet the needs of, persons in Ireland with narcolepsy, their families, loved ones and carers, free of any charge. We achieve this though raising public awareness and understanding about narcolepsy by means that include developing and maintaining the Narcolepsy Ireland website and other social media to make relevant information available to all.
BLOG: I'm like a bicycle, it's only when I stop that I fall over!!