Government told: Do What Works for Mental Health in Budget 2014

Mental Health Reform today launched an eight week pre-budget campaign calling on the Government to “Do What Works” for mental health, by investing in measures that are known to be both effective and cost-effective for improving mental health. Orla Barry, Director of Mental Health Reform, said: “We know what works for mental health. We need … Read more Government told: Do What Works for Mental Health in Budget 2014

Government told: Do What Works for Mental Health in Budget 2014

Mental Health Reform today launched an eight week pre-budget campaign calling on the Government to “Do What Works” for mental health, by investing in measures that are known to be both effective and cost-effective for improving mental health. Orla Barry, Director of Mental Health Reform, said: “We know what works for mental health. We need … Read more Government told: Do What Works for Mental Health in Budget 2014

Dementia: people are the key to change.

August’s Member Blog comes to us from Gráinne McGettrick of the Alzheimer Society of Ireland, on the importance of the principle of “personhood” and the involvement of people with dementia in issue that concern them. 2011 was a pivotal year for the 41,700 people with dementia in Ireland and their 50,000 carers when the new … Read more Dementia: people are the key to change.

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