"I have followed the development of the Migraine association of Ireland for a long time and I am extremely impressed.I think it is, maybe, the best Headache patient Assocation in Europe."
- Professor Jes Olesen, Founder of the European Brain Council
The Migraine Association of Ireland [MAI] is a registered charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for the 12-15% of our population who suffer from migraine.
The Association provides information, support and reassurance to migraine sufferers and those with other headache disorders. Information is also on offer to the families and friends of migraineurs and to medical professionals.
The MAI also raises awareness of migraine throughout Irish society in general, as well as in the health professional sector.
The Association supports research into the condition and aims to seek out improved treatments for people with migraine.
MIGRAINE HELPLINE: 1850 200 378 (ROI) or 0844 826 9323 (NI)
What can the Migraine Association do for you?
- Help you to recognise your warning signs
- Help you to pin-point the things that trigger your attacks
- Help you to reach a better understanding of migraine
- Keep you informed of the latest developments in migraine research and treatment
- Keep you in touch with other migraine sufferers
- Provide a platform to share information
- Increase the level of awareness of migraine in the general public
- Encourage research into migraine
Interested in becoming an MAI supporter and want to see what you'll get for your membership fee? Then you can take a look at an online version of our BrainStorm quarterly newsletter by clicking here.
The Migraine Association of Ireland is committed to complying with the Statement for Guiding Principles for Fundraising, and the Principles of Good Governance as outlined by The Governance Code - a code of practice for good governance of community, voluntary and charitable organisations in Ireland.
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