The Neurological Voices Programme prepares people with different neurological conditions (eg, Ataxia, Dystonia, Epilepsy, Huntington’s Disease, ME, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Neuropathies and more) AND their informal carers to get involved in planning and improving neurological health services.
It is run by the Neurological Alliance of Scotland, in partnership with local NHS Health Boards.
Here, you can find out about the background to and progress of the programme. If you have already trained as a Neurological Voice, you can join up and access the Neurological Voices Forum to participate in discussions with trained Neurological Voices in other areas of Scotland.
- Empowers patients and carers to get involved in improving and developing local neurological health services
- Connects patients, carers and NHS professionals
- Focuses on the NHS Scotland Clinical Standards for Neurological Health Services
- Finds common cause amongst adults with diverse neurological conditions and carers