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Sea Swim Challenge

‘Get in the Sea for The CRC’ is back and this year we want it to be bigger and better than ever!!! We were so delighted to welcome the fabulous Ellen Keane on board as the first ever ambassador for the swimming challenge. The sea swim challenge commences on the 1st of July 2022 and […]

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CRC Client Satisfaction Survey

The CRC is running a client satisfaction survey. This is for families and clients that attend our services currently and those that attended in previous years. We will use this information to inform and create our new strategic plan for the next five years. The survey will include questions on our clinical, specialist and adult […]

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Clinical Gait Analysis Online Course for Healthcare Professionals

This one-day online course is suitable for healthcare professionals looking for an introduction to clinical gait assessment. Clinical Gait Analysis Level-1 Online Course Tickets

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CRC Grandparents Group

  Meet the wonderful CRC Grandparents Group who are doing it their way and fundraising for CRC and supporting our services. 10KM over 10DAYS , in their gardens, in their neighbourhoods, taking a stroll in the park, they are doing it for CRC and for their grandchildren. “We decided to come together to show our […]

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Preparing your child for the return to school

Many schools are providing specific guidelines and some have virtual tours on their websites. Do look on your child’s school website and consult with staff. Department of Education and Science  – videos, guidelines, tips https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/a128d-back-to-school/?referrer=http://www.gov.ie/backtoschool/ Topics being raised on the back to school helpline – https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/389bd-topics-being-raised-on-the-back-to-school-helpline/ Preparing your child for going back to school – […]

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Petition to Replace 1871 Lunacy Act – Disability Federation of Ireland

The Central Remedial Clinic supports the Disability Federation of Ireland, Inclusion Ireland, Age Action, the Centre for Independent Living, Down Syndrome Ireland and the National Federation of Voluntary Bodies in asking members of the public to sign a petition called ‘Fool Me Once’ asking for the Government replace the Lunacy Regulation Act (Ireland) 1871.   […]

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Statement from the Central Remedial Clinic Regarding Mr. Jimmy Savile

The Central Remedial Clinic continues to be appalled by the ongoing reports regarding the widespread abuse carried out by Mr Jimmy Savile. The CRC is now under new management and to the best of its knowledge at no time, has the CRC ever been made aware of any allegations or any incidents involving inappropriate or […]

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Former CRC physiotherapist wins inaugural UCD Foundation Day Award

On Friday 14 November 2014, 450 of UCD’s most distinguished alumni, supporters and staff attended a gala evening to launch the UCD Foundation Day Alumni Awards in O’Reilly Hall. The event celebrated the achievements of 13 of their most distinguished alumni, including Clodagh Barry one of the CRC’s former physiotherapists. Clodagh was recognised for her […]

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Sweet Times in the CRC with Masterchef Ireland judge, Nick Munier

Staff from CRC Clontarf and adult service users from our Training and Development and Rehabilitative Training Centres got a wonderful surprise today as Nick Munier, celebrity judge of the hugely popular Masterchef Ireland called into CRC Clontarf. Nick arrived to judge the very special baking competition at the CRC’s annual Cafe Noel celebration which saw […]

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CRC’s new playground officially opened

The Central Remedial Clinic’s new school playground was officially opened on the 11th November 2014 by Minister of State Kathleen Lynch TD. It is the first major fundraised project to be completed under the governance of the CRC’s new Board and CEO, Stephanie Manahan. The new school playground will provide a bright creative space in […]

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