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New technology for Alzheimer’s Association

New state-of-the-art intervention programmes for Alzheimer’s could off-set the onset and progress of the disease by up to five years.

New technology for Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland

It is great to see the introduction of cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) in the Alzheimer Society of Ireland. While this is an expansion on what families are already doing, we need to revolutionise our interventions to the highest possible levels.

Spectacular progress for children’s project

A researcher has hailed the “spectacular progress” made by a Castlebar-based children’s project and said its work was a model for other countries to follow. “What’s going on here in Mayo is of international significance,” said Professor Howard Stevenson of the University of Lincoln. He was speaking at the open day of MCI, an organisation for young people living with domestic abuse and family conflict in Ireland.

Mayo children and young people often forgotten victims

Children are often the forgotten victims of domestic abuse, said the manager of MCI (Mayo Children’s Initiative), the first and only project in the country to put the needs and rights of children living with domestic abuse centre stage.

Ombudsman for Children to visit Mayo

Emily Logan, Ireland’s Ombudsman for Children, will be the special guest of honour at the Mayo Children’s Initiative (MCI) information Open Day on Friday April 27 next, at MCI’s offices at 15-20 Sean Bhaile, Castle Street, Castlebar, starting at 11am.

Investor sought for company specialising in CNS disorders

Griffin Tuition located in NUIG is offering an opportunity to a financial or Angel investor to invest in its cognitive intervention treatments for central nervous system disorders such as Alzheimer’s, depression, schizophrenia, stroke, traumatic brain injury, post related stress disorder, senior memory maintenance, MCI, bipolar disorder etc. This revolutionary software is a first to Galway, Ireland and the UK.

Investors sought for software business in battle against CND disorders

Griffin Tuition located in NUIG is offering an opportunity to a financial or Angel investor to invest in its cognitive intervention treatments for central nervous system disorders such as Alzheimer’s, depression, schizophrenia, stroke, traumatic brain injury, post related stress disorder, senior memory maintenance, MCI, bipolar disorder etc. This revolutionary software is a first to Galway, Ireland and the UK.

New domestic violence project puts children centre stage

For the first time in Ireland, there is a project specifically dedicated to addressing the needs of children and young people living with domestic violence and family conflict.

First service for children living with domestic violence to be launched in Mayo

Mayo Children's Initiative (MCI) will be launched today, February 19 at 11am at Ballyheane Community Centre, outside Castlebar. This is the first time in Ireland that efforts are being made to address the issue of children's experience of domestic violence specifically.

 

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