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The HSE has confirmed eight new posts are to be created to develop a special ‘psychiatry of old age’ team in Ballina.
On Monday, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially opened the brand new Ballina Primary Care Centre in Ballina, the first of its kind in the county. The centre, which is a venture between Drs Tom and Sean Moffatt in partnership with the HSE, will provide primary care services to a large number of people in the Ballina area.
Children with disabilities, such as Down syndrome, have not received developmental screening or vital therapies in areas of County Galway for more than six months due to unfilled positions within the HSE’s Early Intervention Service.
A unique support day for and by parents of children with special needs takes place on Saturday November 13 in the Carlton Hotel, Galway.
An integrated approach to special needs education, involving parents, teachers, and the wider community is needed to provide speech and occupational therapists to schools.
Parents and former staff from the Early Language Intervention service in Oranmore have come together to launch a new community-based pre-school service to replace the company, which ceased trading recently.
A new approach in healthcare for people in Kilkenny City was launched during the week by HSE chief executive Prof Brendan Drumm at the Dean St Medical Practice premises.
A newly refurbished community mental health facility in Portumna was officially opened by Minister for Equality, Disability and Mental Health John Moloney recently.