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Belmullet scheme wins best in housing for people with disabilities at national awards

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The Irish Wheelchair Association, Na Fraoch, Logmore housing development in Belmullet, has won the national award for best housing for Housing for People with Disabilities at the Irish Council for Social Housing Community Housing Awards 2019.

Canney demands restoration of rehabilitative training allowance

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The Rehabilitative Training Allowance for people with disabilities should be restored as a matter of urgency, according to Galway East TD and Minister for Rural Affairs Seán Canney.

A Walk in the Woods exhibition with Athlone Irish Wheelchair Association art group

Irish Wheelchair Association’s Athlone art group members recently launched an art exhibition at Fernhill Garden Centre in Athlone, with the help of Mayor of Athlone, Frankie Keena.

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Irish Wheelchair Association in Athlone launch ‘Angels’ campaign

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Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) Athlone was joined by Athlone Fire and Rescue at the Community Centre in Clonbrusk to officially launch their ‘Angels’ national fundraising campaign.

€220,000 to support Mayo voluntary groups to transport people for medical services

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Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, announced during an event at Western Care Castlebar this week, that he has allocated €223,579.50 in funding to six community care organisations in Mayo, which provide Mobility and Cancer Care transport to individuals in the community.

DPD make charity cheque presentation

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DPD, whose hub base is in Athlone, Ireland recently presented their partner charity, with whom they have enjoyed a fruitful relationship since 1994, the Irish Wheelchair Association, with a cheque for €5,000. All proceeds were raised at the company's annual conference last month.

Irish Wheelchair Association of Athlone launch ‘Back in 5’ campaign

Golden Island Shopping Centre was a hive of activity on Friday morning last as the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) rolled out their 'Back in 5' campaign. Aimed at bringing awareness to those who pay scant regard to wheelchair parking bays on a daily basis, the event was attended by Deputy Kevin Boxer Moran TD, Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr. John Dolan, Athlone access awareness and NCBI personnel, along with staff and service Users from IWA and IWA Sunshine Club.

Upsurge in able bodied motorists parking in city disabled parking spots

There has been an upsurge in the number of able bodied motorists parking in disabled parking bays in the city.

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Tea dance for Meals on Wheels

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