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Family carers across Kilkenny are seeking councillors’ support in their campaign to have the National Carers Strategy published.
Coping with caregiver stress
SMA Nutrition has launched SMA Every Step Panel of Experts — an independent advisory panel designed to offer much-needed support and mentorship to Irish parents across a broad range of issues at every step of the parenting journey.
The Carers Association is reminding people in Westmeath to nominate their Carers of the Year in appreciation of the caring work carried out across the county for their loved ones, those with special needs and those terminally ill. The closing date for receipt of nominations has been extended to Friday September 18 and the Carers Association urge all those who know a family carer to nominate them and recognise the high levels of care they provide.
Following his recent discussions with Pat Grogan, Cllr John Coonan proposed that Kilkenny Area County Council demand that the National Carers Strategy be published as outlined in the social partnership agreement. He believes it to be a “matter of principal”.
A child's developmental progress refers to the development of his skills in a number of areas including physical/motor skills, intellectual/mental skills, language skills, social skills, and visual skills.
Crisis pregnancy agency Cura has announced the establishment of a new post natal support service which will offer support and help to mothers of new babies who may be feeling overwhelmed or isolated in their new role.
The Westmeath Carers Association is calling on the Government not to cut the Carers Allowance in the upcoming budget.
Speaking on the Social Welfare Pensions Bill which would implement the Budget cuts, Fine Gael Longford/Westmeath Senator, Nicky McFadden, said the most vulnerable people in Ireland have been forced to take the hit while the administration costs of running the State remain untouched and social welfare fraud is also left unchecked.
The free Pre-School Year Scheme in Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) starts next week from January 1, 2010.