Why join us?
Our aims are: to ensure that neurology is embedded in health and social care leading to improved services; and that the needs of people with neurological conditions are better understood by the general public and by all professionals with whom they come into contact.
Join us and:
Be part of a strong collective voice at national and local level for raising awareness of your condition as part of an established and highly influential community of neurological organisations.Have a greater impact on health and social care policy and practice
- Voice your opinion on the issues that matter to you an ongoing basis
- Work with us to inform our work and to progress your objectives and priorities
- Collaborate with others on common issues and have exclusive access to a network of other neurological charities
- Strengthen your voice on cross-cutting issues
- Attend our events to input into key policy debates for people with neurological conditions, their families and carers
- Join a national network of regional groups (neurological alliances).
Receive up-to-date access to our work and relevant policy information through our website, regular newsletters and Twitter feed.
Get publicity for your organisation’s activities We can publicise your organisation’s events, news stories and literature through links to our website, newsletters and Twitter.
Use of your logo on our website – link your site to ours
Help direct the Neurological Alliance’s strategic direction
(restricted to members)
- Nominate a representative to stand for election for our Trustee Board
- Vote at our Annual General Meeting.
Please read through our relationships policy which ensures that in seeking and securing non-member funding the Alliance has a clearly understood way of working, underpinned by high ethical principles.
Your personal information will be held and used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The Neurological Alliance will not disclose such information to any unauthorized person or body but where appropriate will use such information in carrying out its various functions and services, including alerts to matters of potential interest.