At Nutricia, we recognise the value of the connections we have with patient and professional organisations and work with them to help achieve better patient outcomes and improve the nutritional care that people receive.
We are proud to work in partnership with patient, carer and professional organisations to help meet our ambition to make medical nutrition an integral part of healthcare.
We work closely with a wide range of organisations. Here's the story behind a few of our partnerships.
LauraLynn is a hospice for children with life-limiting conditions and offers residential care for children and young adults with disabilities. Our mission is to provide a community of care that delivers evidence-based, personalised services to children with palliative and complex care needs and disabilities, while also providing family support services and a home to our residents where quality-of-life is paramount.
To do this, we deliver planned short breaks in and out of home, transitional care between hospital and home, unplanned crisis care and end-of-life care. Children’s palliative care is delivered through our specially trained staff, both in our hospice and in the child’s own home. A key part of our service is a calendar of fun-filled activities aimed at giving families precious and quality time together.
Epilepsy Ireland was established in 1966 with its main aim being to improve the quality of life for people with epilepsy in Ireland. We are committed to working for and meeting the needs of everyone with epilepsy in Ireland, their families and carers. This is done through providing support and information services, training and education, raising awareness and undertaking research. Epilepsy Ireland’s vision is to achieve a society where no person’s life if limited by epilepsy