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Foxford woman sets up fundraiser to honour late dad and mark Dementia Awareness Day

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A fundraising campaign has been set up by Frances Moloney from Foxford and she is hoping to use the GoFundMe page to raise funds for the 'Walk a Mile & Make Me Smile', dementia awareness event on June 21.

Thinking through your upcoming interview

Building on last week’s column on typical interview queries, here is another set of scenarios I regularly encounter when working with my clients, writes Deirdre May, Career Coach, Slí Nua Careers.

Thinking through your upcoming interview

Building on last week’s column on typical interview queries, here is another set of scenarios I regularly encounter when working with my clients, writes Deirdre May, Career Coach, Slí Nua Careers.

Covid-19 and the ongoing impact on older people’s groups

Covid-19 restrictions have been devastating for older people’s groups and fear of getting Covid-19 is the biggest barrier to recommencing group activities, including physical activity, according to a report recently released by Age & Opportunity.

Advice for my 16 year old Self...2

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What advice would you give your 16-year-old self?

Wonder, imagination and more at RoolaBoola Children’s arts season

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The Linenhall Arts Centre is delighted to present a range of exciting arts events and opportunities for families, schools and artists as part of RoolaBoola Children’s Arts Season 2020.

CADM to issue dementia travel pass

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Community Action on Dementia Mayo (CADM) is issuing Dementia travel passes that allow the primary carer living with a person with dementia, to take their loved one for a short spin.

How do you learn?

Did you know that we all learn in different ways? In further education and training the Galway & Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB) takes the different learning styles into account when teaching adult learners. There are three main learning styles - visual, where we learn by seeing; auditory, where we learn by listening; and kinaesthetic, where we learn by doing.

Talking to people and learning is key to Mulherin's press for election

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Once the votes were counted up last time around and all was said and done, Fine Gael's Michelle Mulherin was the last one out and ended up losing the seat she had won as part of a Fine Gael wave that swept the country in 2011.

Study skills

Can you see the movie of your future every single morning? Have you set goals that are realistic or unrealistic? Are you one of those people who sets goals lower than you can achieve because you are afraid of failure? Think BIG and see yourself achieving a big goal, and your brain will start creating the opportunities to help you achieve that goal. Your life will start to fall into place. It is called the law of attraction. If we are positive we will attract positivity into our lives. Visualise success and play the movie of your future and how you want it to be every single day, and the impossible will become possible.

 

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