Search Results for 'Motor neurone disease'

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Physiotherapy that comes to you

Homecare Physio is a well established and expanding company set up by local health care professional John Butler.

AIT 5k in honour of the late Nicky McFadden

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The AIT 5k fun run will take place on October 5 in aid of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association in honour of Nicky McFadden.

Ending on a high note as Taoiseach charms Kenagh crowd

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At the end of a day in which Fine Gael were taking a substantial hit at polling booths across the country, it was no wonder that embattled Taoiseach Enda Kenny wanted to finish on a high note.

Cynthia Clampett is passionate about hospice services in Mayo and Roscommon

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When I was growing up, there was huge fear, fear of 'The Big C'. Cancer would drive my mother to bless herself. She couldn't say the word.”

Do you have a physical or sensory disability?

Do you have a physical or sensory disability? The Irish Wheelchair Association in Mayo provides a wide range of services, including personal assistant services, holiday services and day services.

Charity night in aid of Motor Neurone Research

Those wishing to support this weekend’s race night in aid of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Research Group are reminded to get in touch with organisers as soon as possible.

Charity night in aid of Motor Neurone Research

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Neighbours and friends of RTÉ sports journalist and Moate native Colm Murray are banding together to raise funds for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Research Group.

Motor neurone disease AGM in Ballinasloe on Saturday

The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association will hold its AGM at the Carlton Shearwater Hotel, Ballinaslo, on Saturday at 11am.

Galway branch of Irish Motor Neurone Association to be launched in Loughrea

The Galway Branch of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association, which will be officially launched on Wednesday next in Loughrea, aims to heighten awareness of the condition.

Help Enda Kenny to fight motor neurone disease

Enda Kenny is delighted to endorse an exciting White Collar Boxing Extravaganza on behalf of the Mayo branch of the Irish motor neurone disease association (IMNDA) — a group of volunteers who have come together to raise local awareness and funds on behalf of the association. They are now seeking local heroes and heroines to volunteer to take part in a six week intensive boxing training course and then perform three rounds in the boxing ring next March, while at the same time raising much needed funds and awareness on behalf of the association.

 

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