Ireland Conditions/Illnesses

Friedreichs Ataxia Society Ireland (FASI)

Friedreichs Ataxia is a genetic and progressive disorder of the central nervous system which usually manifests itself in children between the ages of six and sixteen years.


GROW is a Mental Health Organisation which helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, or indeed, to prevent such happening.

Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC)

The Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) is Ireland's specialist agency for the surveillance of communicable diseases. Middle Gardiner Street, Dublin 1

Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland

Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI) provides consultation, information and individualised support to those diagnosed with Huntington's Disease (HD), their families and their health care team.


iMindCoach specialize in providing helping hands to people who suffers from mental illness, stress, anxiety and various other problems. iMindCoach helps these people to come out with these problems. To know more visit their site today.

Irish Autism

Irish Autism Action's website gives useful information and advice on therapies, education, entitlements and support for families coping with autism.

Irish M.E. Trust

The Irish ME Trust was established in 1989 for the purpose of trying to alleviate some of the hardship which was being experienced by M.E. / CFS sufferers throughout Ireland.

Irish ME/CFS Association

The Irish ME/CFS Association, through our various activities and awareness campaigns, strive to improve the situation for people with ME/CFS and to give them information to empower themselves.

Irish Sleep Apnoea Trust

The Irish Sleep Apnoea Trust promotes awareness, understanding and treatment of Sleep Apnoea through education, research and fund raising.

Irish Society for Autism

The Irish Society for Autism was formed with the goal of creating awareness of autism and convincing the authorities that early diagnosis and specialised education would greatly enhance the quality of life for people with Autism.