Monthly Archives: August 2017

WE LOVE A MAN IN UNIFORM!

An Garda Síochána support PSPA Ireland with their Career Development Seminar on 12th September 2017 Post Iontach   –  Go raibh maith agat go leor.

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COURSES FOR CARERS – Dublin Neurological Institute

A diagnosis of a neurological illness can be life changing. The D.N.I. are running a programme of talks designed especially to help carers plan and manage these challenges. Be sure to book your place for this informative programme:  Regina Prenderville … Continue reading

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Regional Support Meeting

A number of regional meetings are organised each year. The time and location vary but members are notified in advance. Our next meeting will be in Cork. Date TBA Further information: pspa.ireland@gmail.com Ph.: 087-3821377  

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Dublin Carers Meeting – Come along and join the circle

Monthly support meetings for carers are held in Dublin. These meetings are well attended and we look forward to seeing our friends again after the summer break. All carers and family members can attend. These informal meetings give people an … Continue reading

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PSPA Ireland Support Group Meeting: Tues September 5th at 12:00

Date:  Tuesday 5th September 2017 Time: 12.00h- 14.00h Venue: Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Centre for Nurse Education, Classroom 5, 1st Floor Nelson St., Dublin 7 (opposite Eccles Street entrance to                       … Continue reading

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Family Celebrations for Barra O’Briain and Hugh O’ Connor

Taking in some of the most beautiful scenery in Waterford, Barra & Hugh cycled the Séan Kelly 100K Heritage Ride from Dungarvan on Sunday 20th August 2017. Barra accompanied by his friend Hugh did the route in memory of his … Continue reading

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Support Kim who did the Dublin Rock n Roll Half Marathon on Sunday 13th August 2017

I have never run in my life, it was always something I believed I couldn’t do or was not able for. Peter on the other hand has run the Dublin Marathon, he’s been a legend athlete and served as a … Continue reading

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