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With the number of enquiries to Grow Mental Health soaring by 400% since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the charity is hosting online support groups throughout the country and several of these are based in Galway.
Galway Community counselling is open as an essential service, running a face to face counselling as well as an online service. They have updated their website to offer online bookings as part of their updated service. As a counselling service their therapists continue to grow and develop to meet the needs of the community. All therapists are fully qualified, some with specific specialities areas such as loss, child/adolescent therapy, sexuality, psycho-oncology, supervision and mindfulness.
The Mincéirs Whiden Society at NUI Galway has made its founding member Owen Patrick Ward an honorary life member.
NUI Galway has been awarded almost €10 million funding by the EU as part of a major new European project on pandemic preparedness and response. The project, PANDEM-2, will see the university lead the way in developing new concepts, services, and IT systems to improve how the EU prepares for and responds to future pandemics.
NUI Galway is to lead a new network of universities which aims to champion public and patient involvement in health and social care research.
Samaritans in Galway are reminding those in need, that their helpline will be open during their darkest hours, if they are lonely or struggling to cope this Christmas.
The Galway Advertiser has teamed up with podcast host Fergal O'Keeffe to share soul-lifting travel memories about day-dream worthy destinations. Every week he aims to fuel readers' wanderlust while we all wait for post pandemic travel to hopefully return next year.
Galway has come on top with the biggest haul of investment from wind farms.
As Christmas approaches there are many members of our community in need of help. Covid-19 regulations have, in common with many others, restricted some of our fund-raising efforts. However, this will not stop us attempting to fill the void, as the need does not disappear and we remain very conscious of peoples’ situations during the current pandemic. Our aim remains: provide Christmas vouchers to over 400 in need families/individuals, who are identified in collaboration with SVP, Simon and Social Services Staff. We also will be fundraising for various projects that we run during the year.
Galway City Museum is inviting the people of Galway to write a letter to future generations of Galwegians. The museum is asking the public to share their lived experiences of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and to offer advice to future generations on how to cope during a global crisis.