Volunteers from tech firm Oracle lead by Alice Berthuy, EMEA Regional Support Agent, Oracle, rolled up their sleeves on Saturday January 7th and put their painting skills to the test as they repainted four rooms in need at Beechwood Adult Day Services (ADS).
ABILITY WEST FASHION SHOW & ENTERTAINMENT NIGHT
Ability West is holding its...
Last Sunday 12th February saw the Annual 5 Mile Menlo Walk take place for its tenth year...
Volunteers from tech firm Oracle lead by Alice Berthuy, EMEA Regional Support Agent,...
On Wednesday January 11th Majella Foley proprietor of Blas Cafe Portumna was presented...
Our sincere thanks to Steam Café in Clifden for their generous donation of €200 to...
On Wednesday January 11th Majella Foley proprietor of Blas Cafe Portumna was presented with a visual/picture menu on behalf of all the Service Users from St Dympnas Adult Day Services Portumna.
Congratulations to all of the Service Users at St Dympnas who created the visual/picture menu to support greater accessibility and inclusivity for all in the community.
Pictured: David Hodgins, Niamh Tuohy, Ruth Davis, Anne-Marie Dolan and Joseph Brien and Majella Foley, Proprietor of Blas Café.
This conference is being organised by the Internet Safety Subgroup of Galway and Roscommon Children and Young People’s Services Committees and they are delighted to have secured Denis Naughton, Geoffrey Shannon, Jasmina Byrne and Gillian Baker as speakers.
Go to https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/keeping-children-safe-online-registration-30... to register for this event.