Monthly Archives: September 2021

In Memory of John Naughton

Healys Funeral Directors set up a fundraiser in memory of John Naughton and raised €2,270.00 John Naughton was a well loved and respected man in his community and will be sadly missed by all. 

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A Big Thank you to a fantastic family who pulled out all the stops for the one they love and support.

Tabitha, Laura, Sarah and Tim’s Fundraiser set out to do a 1240 km challenge in March. What an amazing success .Well done and Congratulations!  They raised €5,307.40 by the close of May 2021. Kieron Wood was diagnosed with PSP and has … Continue reading

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Fundraiser in memory of Tom Gilbert. 

Please support the Fundraiser in memory of Tom Gilbert.  Tom’s daughter Sue set up the memorial page in his honor to raise funds to support PSPA Ireland. “Tom is sorely missed by his 4 daughters and 9 grandkids. “It’s a … Continue reading

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Have you signed up yet for the VHI Women’s Virtual Mini Marathon 2021?

Vhi Women’s Virtual Mini Marathon REGISTER NOW:   VHI Women’s Mini Marathon We need your support- You too can make a difference Your support is very important for the continued provision of representation, support and services for people with PSP … Continue reading

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PSPA Ireland Support Group Meetings – Autumn / Winter 2021

Support  & Information Meetings are ongoing on the following dates: Monday 16th August Monday 20th September Monday 11th October Monday 8th November Monday 13th December The  meeting will offer people diagnosed with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP)  and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD), … Continue reading

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September Support Meeting – Revised date – 20th September 2021.

See you soon!

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