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When suicide strikes a family and community its impact is far reaching. First of all there is the suddenness of this tragedy, the realisation that the deceased is gone. Then there are funeral arrangements, a wake, the whole shaking hands process to be gone through before they are lowered to their final resting place or their ashes are scattered somewhere meaningful to the deceased and their family.
The Irish Wheelchair Foundation (IWA) was founded in 1960 by a small group of wheelchair users committed to improving the lives of people with physical disabilities in Ireland. Today there are 20,000 members and more than 2,000 staff, as well as many volunteers who are dedicated to enhancing the community-based organisation.
The hospital group responsible for running public hospitals in Galway and Roscommon has cleared a waiting list of almost 14,000 inpatients over a nine month period.
Chairman of Kilkenny VEC Mary Hilda Cavanagh was nostalgic as she welcomed graduates, their families, and tutors to their graduation evening this week.
Plans outlined by the Health Service Executive for 2009 feature substantial cutbacks to the tune of €3 million at St Luke’s hospital for Carlow/Kilkenny and Kilcreen Orthopaedic hospital.
The Galway Refugee Support Group will hold a coffee morning on Thursday October 1 between 10.30am and 12 noon to mark the launch of its new website www.grsg.ie.