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Survivor puts focus on stroke for World Stroke Day

As many as one in five people in Galway will have a stroke at some time in their lives. A stroke which is a ‘brain attack’ - is to the brain, what a heart attack is to the heart, says local heart & stroke charity Croi, ahead of World Stroke Day on Thursday October 29.

September is World Alzheimer month

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World Alzheimer Month takes place this month of September and latest figures compiled by the Health Service Executive reveal that there is an estimated 2,279 people living with dementia in Mayo.

'These should be my golden years, not Dante's Hell,' says resident

"These years should be my golden years. Instead I am living in Dante's Circle of Hell," a Ballindooley woman whose house is set to be demolished as part of the plans to construct the Galway City Ring Road, told an oral hearing into the project this week.

Dyspraxia Ireland launches new information booklet to help families with transition from primary to secondary school

Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland has launched a practical guide which will assist families experiencing dyspraxia/DCD with their child’s transition from primary to secondary school. Entitled The Next Adventure, the booklet provides constructive advice for families, teachers, and educational establishments, as well as useful checklists for children, parents, and teachers.

Dyspraxia awareness event in Galway next week

Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland, the organisation which provides information and a national support network for parents, teenagers, and adults, will hold an awareness event in Galway next week.

Event discussing the concept of Universal Design Homes to take place on Monday

BY CAROLINE WHELAN

 

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