New Campaign TodayIsBetter.
Chronic Pain Ireland is part of a new campaign launched 22/11/17. The campaign is called #TodayIsBetter and is proudly supported by Pfizer Healthcare Ireland, The Irish Pharmacy Union, Arthritis Ireland, Irish Cancer Society, Chronic Pain Ireland, Fibro Ireland and The Migraine Association of Ireland. The campaign ambassador is Luke Matthew Fitzgerald, former rugby union player, who played for Leinster and Ireland. Luke too has chronic pain.
The aim of the campaign is to encourage all with chronic pain to take control and have their voice heard. The campaign focuses on the lives and experiences of people and share aspects that could make life a little easier.
Updates about this campaign will shared via the CPI main Face Book page and will have details of how you can get involved. There is even a free calendar which is made up of photographs that people submitted that made them feel better because (and you'll see why in the calendar). We're delighted that some of our member's images were selected. If you would like a copy of same email firstname.lastname@example.org
To see full details of this campaign and our partners work goto https://www.todayisbetter.ie/?wssl=1
The #todayisbetter website is an information based tool to support people with chronic pain, to gain more information and to have an opportunity to have your voice heard. For more goto https://www.todayisbetter.ie/?wssl=1