News and Upcoming Events 

 

 

Would You Like To Become More Involved With ILFA?

Perhaps you could do a once-off fundraising event such as a coffee morning or maybe you would be interested in setting up a local ILFA branch where you live.

You can decide what level of involvement you would like to have. If you are interested in getting more involved ILFA would like to hear from you.

You can contact us via post @ PO Box 10456, Blackrock, County Dublin; via email @ info@ilfa.ie or by calling 086 871 5264

Patient Information Resources

 

ILFA information leaflets and materials for newly diagnosed patients

Click on the titles below to download the leaflets, email info@ilfa.ie or call 086 871 5264 to request a Patient Information Pack with all of our written materials.

1) What is Pulmonary Fibrosis?

2) Weight Management and Nutrition for Pulmonary Fibrosis

3) ILFA Join us! Get involved!

4) Get moving with ILFA (leaflet). ILFA 2000 Steps a Day Challenge

5) Click here to read more about The ILFA 2000 Steps a Day walking pack

6) STALL Breathing Technique Card from ILFA

7) ILFA Medical Alert Card

8) Getting the most out of your hospital appointments: Advice for IPF patients

9) Advice for carers of people with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

10) The Treatment of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

11) Oxygen and Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

 

ILFA 2000 Steps a Day Exercise Programme for Lung Fibrosis Patients

 

 

ILFA Educational Videos

Irene Byrne, Senior Physiotherapist at the Heart and Lung Transplant Ward at the Mater Hospital Dublin, discusses exercise, oxygen use and the ILFA 2000 Steps a Day exercise programme.
Please click here to watch the video.  

Yvonne Duggan, Senior Dietician at the Heart and Lung Transplant Ward at the Mater Hospital Dublin, discusses nutrition and the importance of maintaining a healthy weight for lung fibrosis patients.
Please click here to watch the video.

John Carroll, Lung Fibrosis patient, gives an inspiring account of his successful weight loss and the importance of exercise.
Please click here to watch the video.

Click here to learn more about our 2000 Steps a Day exercise challenge for lung fibrosis patients.