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The Irish Wheelchair Associaiton held an open day recently in the Clonbrusk Resource and Outreach Centre, Athlone.
NCBI, the national sight loss organisation, is asking for your support to help Make a Dark Day Brighter for the 4,300 people living with sight loss in Westmeath on the shortest day of the year. From its base in Athlone, NCBI provides practical and emotional support, rehabilitation services, and other training designed to help people with sight loss to live independently.
Yesterday, Thursday, nearly 300 volunteers from Fidelity Investments Ireland travelled to Athlone to transform a dilapidated wasteland into a beautiful and tranquil space for use by members of the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) and the local community.
The Irish Wheelchair Association, Athlone is calling on people with disabilities to register their housing needs. A housing information event will take place in Clonbrusk Resource Centre on Wednesday May 18 from 10.30am to 1pm.