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Clinical Gait Analysis Course – 14th – 15th November 2019

This two-day course is suitable for those looking to advance their knowledge of clinical gait assessment and treatment planning. There will be a strong focus on paediatric neurology, but the course will include content relevant to gait assessment across a variety of clinical presentations and specialities. The course will be delivered in a combination of […]

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CRC wins Award for Charity Board of the Year

The Board and Senior Management team of the CRC are delighted to win the Award for Charity Board of the Year at the Charity Excellence Awards 2019. This award recognises a commitment to pursuing the highest levels of Governance across the CRC. The CRC Board, under the Stewardship of the Chairperson, Carol Ann Casey, and […]

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Discovery Magazine- CRC Adult Services

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CRC Scene Spring Edition

2018 was a busy year for all parts of the CRC. Our frontline services delivered more than the 2017 activity levels and we enhanced services to our adults; opening a new service in Killester Hub and developing a new Hub in Clongriffin for 2019 as well as developing our individualised supports and outreach services. Read […]

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Physiotherapy for the Ambulant Child with Cerebral Palsy -18th – 22nd February 2019

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, […]

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CRC wins at Good Governance awards

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 […]

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Pobal Funding

  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, […]

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CRC Scene-Summer edition

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CRC pool returns to full schedule

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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CRC Child Safeguarding Statement

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