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New Community Healthcare Hub for mental health and disability services to be located at site of former Grove hospital in Tuam
Last weekend saw the official commencement of works at the site of the former Grove Hospital Tuam, with the formal commencement of the building works ceremony of the new Community Healthcare Hub for Mental Health and Disability Services.
The estimated 1,800 people living with heart failure in Westmeath are being urged to embrace a wide range of supports to help them manage the chronic condition.
A new Primary Care Centre in Oranmore is to be built after An Bord Pleanála upheld the decision of Galway County Council to grant permission for the development.
The Government’s mental health policy, enshrined in Sharing the Vision, foresees an Ireland where early intervention is guaranteed and those who experience mental health difficulties are provided with community-based services which cater to their individual needs.
A free counselling service has been launched aimed at providing coping skills and vital information to people who are caring for the estimated 1,100 stroke survivors living in Westmeath.
Olive O’Shea is a Counsellor/ Psychotherapist (BAHCP) and a pre-accredited member of IACP (Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.)
Galway Rape Crisis Centre has been allocated more than €35,000 in Government funding to help cope with financial difficulties arising from the Covid-19 crisis.
The Galway branch of Irish Kidney Association’s largest annual fundraiser is the sale of forget-me-nots during Organ Donor Awareness Week, when volunteers take to the streets of Galway city and county. With the event now postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the organisation is asking people to donate online.
In response to an urgent request from Saolta, Cancer Care West have made available their 33-bedroom lodge Inis Aoibhinn, to UHG in support of their fight against the COVID 19 epidemic.
Organ Donor Week, which was to run until Saturday, became another victim of the coronavirus lockdown, but Galwegisns wishing to donate can still do so online.