The Neurological Alliance of Scotland undertook a survey of people affected by neurological conditions in 2011 in order to capture information on people’s most recent encounter of their neurological health service. The final report sets out the findings of the survey and discusses some of the implications and limitations of the information gathered.

Comments from people with ME/CFS are presented separately on p46-50 as they identified a different profile of responses which highlight lack of recognition and legitimacy of ME and lack of access to neurological health services.

Neurological Health Service Experience Survey

Past surveys and anecdotal reports from people with ME indicate a similar picture in Wales.

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