This site caters for people who require information regarding our range of epilepsy products.


Age Action is a charity which promotes positive ageing and better policies and services for older people.   Working with, and on behalf of, older people we aim to make Ireland the best place in the world in which to grow older.


The Alzheimer Society of Ireland works across the country in the heart of local communities providing dementia specific services and supports and advocating for the rights and needs of all people living with dementia and their carers.


Assistireland.ie contains information on daily living aids, mobility aids and assistive technology. It includes a directory of products available from suppliers for people with disabilities and older people.


The Dementia Services Information and Development Centre (DSIDC) is a National Centre for excellence in dementia and is committed to best practice in all aspects of dementia care.  They will provide you with Education and Training, Information and Consultancy and access to research.


Epilepsy Ireland (previously Brainwave – The Irish Epilepsy Association) was established in 1966 by a group of individuals concerned to improve the quality of life of people with epilepsy in Ireland.


The HSE provides all of Ireland’s public health services, in hospitals and communities across the country.  On this site you will find information including a list of Community Care Offices and Departments across the country, services near you, details on the medical card, grants available etc.

Useful Guide If A Family member has Dementia
Over 44,000 people in Ireland suffer from dementia and with this, many family members are affected. Most people mistakenly think they’ve lost a loved one as soon as they’re diagnosed with this life-changing disease. However, with the right help, you’re still able to have a fantastic relationship with them. Listening, communicating and making sure they’re comfortable all contribute to giving them the best quality of life and keeping you as close as you’ve ever been.
You can use this guide as a useful resource if a family member of yours has dementia; it includes information and advice on how to keep them comfortable and keep your relationship at its strongest for as long as possible.