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A 46-year-old city man undergoing treatment in the United States for a condition he contracted abroad is to benefit from a major fundraiser being held tonight (Thursday) at 8.30pm at Crowe’s Bar in Bohermore.
The BRI group will meet on Monday March 25 in Le Cheile Family Resource Centre, Tucker Street, Castlebar, from 7.30pm to 9pm.
The Mayo BRI Support Group are meeting on Monday October 17 in the Le Chéile Community & Family Resource Centre, Tucker Street, Castlebar from 7.30pm to 9pm.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (ABI Ireland) is calling on family carers caring for and supporting someone with an acquired brain injury (ABI) to attend a training programme which will be held in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar. The training programme will commence on Tuesday February 1 and will run for six Tuesday mornings during February and March. Attendance is free but numbers are limited, so those interested in attending should register their interest with ABI Ireland early to avoid disappointment. A briefing session will be held on Tuesday January 18 between 10am and 12pm in the Annebrook House Hotel, Austin Friar Street, Mullingar. This will provide families with an opportunity to find out more about the programme before deciding to attend. The programme is for family members caring for and supporting someone with a brain injury.
A hackney driver, who when on his way to collect dialysis patients from Mayo General Hospital, veered across the road and collided into a car, was before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday for a dangerous driving charge.