The Neurological Alliance of Scotland is an umbrella body of organisations and groups representing people living with or affected by a neurological condition. We are always interested in your experiences of what really matters to you when you receive services from health, social services or the voluntary sector or self manage your condition. Contact us if you wish to share your story to help others.
You may be interested in the common issues and experiences of people affected by neurological conditions or wish to find out more about what is important when delivering Neurological Health Services.
The Alliance enables neurological organisations/groups to campaign together and speak with an influential voice. We work in partnership with our member organisations to inform policy, raise awareness and support improvements in services.
The Alliance Manifesto was developed in consultation with the Alliance member organisations. We are calling for the Scottish Government to support this important Manifesto and improve the lives of the many people in Scotland affected by neurological conditions
We work to ensure the views and experiences of people affected by neurological conditions are fed back to the professionals delivering services.
The Alliance Talking Heads film highlights common issues and experiences of people affected by neurological conditions, providing key messages regarding quality care, information and support.
'Any Age, Many Lives' - Brain Awareness Week 2015
Our annual Brain Awareness Week event in the Scottish Parliament was held on 18th March 2015 and over 80 people came along to discuss the importance of person centred care for people with neurological conditions in Scotland.
Our event was kindly sponsored by Dennis Robertson MSP Aberdeenshire West and a total of 15 MSPs came along on the night to meet people affected by neurological conditions.
Alliance Strategic Plan 2014 - 2017
The Alliance conducted a survey to identify shared priorities across the membership. Members were asked to rank a series of position statements in order to establish a top 5 priorities that were common to all neurological conditions.
The Alliance has finalised it's strategic plan which reflects the priorities of it's member organisations. The strategy is aligned with Scottish Government improvement methodologies and sets out measurable outcomes to guide the work of the Alliance and ensure its achievement's are demonstrated.