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As commuter traffic gets ready to return to peak levels in September, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is calling on anyone cycling to work to wear a helmet at all times, even on short journeys. According to the national charity which is the leading provider of neuro-rehabilitation around the country, wearing a cycle helmet dramatically reduces the risk of a serious head or brain injury in the event of a collision.
The recently opened OxyGeneration clinic in Galway is to hold a series of free public talks over the next month, featuring well known speakers such as Vicky Phelan and Prof Dympna Waldron, Prof of Palliative medicine GUH/NUI Galway.
The public has been called on to bake for the 13,000 people who acquire brain injury each year in Ireland, as Brain Awareness Week takes place from March 5 to 11.
A total of 20 new jobs are to be created in Galway by Bluebird Care, which provides domestic nursing and social care for individuals,as part of the company’s expansion in 26 locations throughout the State.
A total of 20 new jobs are to be created in Galway by Bluebird Care, which provides domestic nursing and social care for individuals,as part of the company's expansion in 26 locations throughout the State.
The human brain and nervous system are the subject of a special public exhibition to be held at NUI Galway next week.
Brain injury specialists, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (ABI Ireland), have developed and launched a concussion application for smartphones with the support of Medtronic, one of the world’s largest medical technology, services, and solutions companies.
Bluebird Care Galway has once again been awarded the international quality standard ISO 9001:2008. Maintaining a stringent process of quality auditing over the last three years, Managing Director Sean Lyons described the award as “setting a new standard for homecare in Ireland.”