A diagnosis of dementia can often leave a person and their family feeling completely alone and isolated. But a recent series of community awareness talks took place in Kilkenny and Carlow to help people come to terms with the challenges ahead of them and inform them on the many supports available to them.
An exciting year begins for Kerry-born Hannah Kelliher as she takes up the Aspire Advanced Resuscitation Fellowship in the Mater Hospital this week.
Tipperary got a chance to see things through the eyes of drivers with disabilities.The Back in 5 campaign aims to draw attention to the misuse of accessible parking bays.
An exhibition of artwork at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) will make it ‘a better place for everyone and help to lift people’s spirits’.
A unique new children’s book is helping youngsters cope with finding out that a relative or loved one has dementia.
William Russell was overwhelmed when he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes until he completed an education and self-management course and took control of his condition.
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