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TTM Healthcare CEO a finalist in Entrepreneur of the Year

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Brian Crowley, the founder and CEO of TTM Healthcare, Ireland’s largest independently owned healthcare recruitment company, has been selected as a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2014.

Emrich demands candidates fight cuts to homeless services

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Any threat to funding for homeless services for Galway city must be opposed, and candidates owe it to the electorate to make a pledge to fight any cuts to this sector.

Judge accuses HSE of washing their hands of €100k offender with no care place

The manager of the HSE in the Midlands has been summoned to court to explain what can be done for an offender with psychiatric issues who will have spent more than nine weeks in custody because health services have no suitable facility for him.

Galway school leavers with disabilities left in limbo due to funding cuts

Concerned parents of school leavers with disabilities are urging local politicians to support their call for the reversal of a Government decision to cut services for these “vulnerable” children.

Revamped Loughloe House opens to new service users

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its doors yesterday [Thursday] in its new role as a day centre for mental health and Rehab disability services, following a comprehensive €1m facelift.

RehabCare’s  Athlone resource  centres achieve top European award 

RehabCare, the health and social care division of Rehab, has announced that its two resource centres in Athlone have been awarded a top European quality honour in recognition of the standard of the services provided.

No need to introduce property tax says Ó Cuív

There is no need to hit hard-pressed homeowners with a property tax in the upcoming Budget or to slash front line services further - there is a fairer way.

Budget for disability services must be ringfenced says Grealish

Budget cuts must start with the higher paid, not the most vulnerable, so the Government must ringfence funding for disability and community services.

Parents of children with disabilities fear for services

The parents of 44 Galway children with intellectual disabilities who are about to leave school this year do not know what services, if any, will be available for them next month.

SIPTU rejects abseentism claim in health service

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The trade union SIPTU has rejected claims by the chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum that a culture of abseentism exists among health service employees.

 

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