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At Casey’s Expert Hardware you will find everything you need to finish your home this Christmas - from flooring to furniture, rugs to lighting and everything in between.
The solution to Galway's traffic problems does not have to be cast as an either/or between having only the Galway outer ring road bypass or only light rail. Both systems should be implemented.
St Hilda’s Special School in Athlone has recently secured the installation of a new wheelchair swing for its pupils, thanks to the generosity of local businesses and people.
Young people from Foróige's Big Brother Big Sister programme and Mayo Comhairle Na nÓg collaborated to raise almost €2,400 for the purchase of reclining chairs at the children’s wards of Mayo University Hospital. The chairs are intended for use by parents who are required to stay overnight with their sick children.
An interactive workshop for wheelchair users, which was held in Galway recently, will provide the HSE West with important feedback, according to the health authority.
This is the final week of Furniture House massive €245,000 stock clearance sale with prices slashed to cost price or less on selected items across all departments. Located at 45 Briarhill Business Park, Furniture House aims to clear most stock to make way for new brands arriving soon. Furniture House is a one stop shop supplying bedding, living, and dining furniture with a wide range of accessories available at extremely competitive prices.
A city councillor has called on the council to carry out an access audit in the Knocknacarra area as soon as possible so that funding could be made available to alleviate the problems being faced daily by wheelchair users, as well as parents with prams and buggies.
When your little one is able to sit up on his own and is starting to eat solid foods, usually between four and six months, it's time to add a highchair to your kitchen decor. Before you shop, ask your friends if they have a highchair they recommend.
What is Galway city like for the wheelchair user? Is it easy to get around? Is there enough disabled access in our public buildings? What is daily life like for those with wheelchairs?
There comes a time in every home when the homeowner will need to look at his/her future mobility requirements. Stairs, showers, baths, etc, can suddenly become insurmountable hurdles to the ageing householder. That's where Disability Aids Direct can help. Disability Aids Direct offers mobility products at the right price from wheelchairs, scooters, stairlifts, accessories, rise and recline chairs, high seat fireside chairs, massage chairs, walking and shopping aids, level access showers, door automation, and power chairs. The great thing about Disability Aids Direct is that it is based in Mayo and run by Mayo people who can cater for your home improvement needs.