Physiotherapy for the Ambulant Child with Cerebral Palsy (GMFCS level I to III) 18th – 22nd February 2019 This course is suitable for Physiotherapists working in the paediatric setting. The course aims to help the participant assess and identify common problems in gait, core control and biomechanics, clinically reason some possible causes for these problems, […]
The CRC won Best Governance Improvement initiative in the Good Governance awards on Wednesday November 15th. The award was in recognition of the CRC stakeholder engagement programme ‘Keeping Connected’’ which sets out to identify opportunities to get greater impact from Board engagement with key stakeholders. The ‘Keeping Connected’ agenda item is an interactive presentation which […]
Ability is co-financed by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020. Pobal announced the launch of a new Programme called “Ability”, a pre-activation Programme for young people with disabilities. Launched by the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty, […]
The CRC is pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Care Alliance Ireland for Carer’s Week June 11th-17th. This week is about celebrating our people, and recognising the unseen work they are dedicated to. With this in mind we are organising a number of events.
6th European Seating Symposium The CRC will host the 6th European Seating Symposium, taking place in Trinity College Dublin from 13 – 15 June 2018. More information here https://ess2018.com/
Public Notice: We are delighted to announce that the CRC swimming pool returns to a full schedule from Monday June 11th, 2018. Our new timetable is below. CENTRAL REMEDIAL CLINIC SWIMMING POOL TIMETABLE Telephone: 8542245 Public Hours June Commencing 11th June 18 PLEASE NOTE HOURS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE MONDAY 9.00 – 10.00AM […]
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Today was a great day as we launched a booklet of stories written by parents who attend the Parent & Toddler Group in the CRC. The Group was started in 2000 as most parents felt that when they attended parent & baby groups in their local area their children were singled out as ‘special’ and ‘different’ to other children. The stories are very powerful and detail the surge of high and low emotions that come with being a new parent to a child that is born with health issues.