CE Scheme opportunity in Cork

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Unfortunately we have had to say goodbye to Dan McSweeney who has worked for Spinal Injuries Ireland as a regional administrator for the last two years. Dan is returning to college and we wish him the best of luck in his studies and future career! This means that we are now recruiting for the CE

Spinal Injuries Ireland is recruiting

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We currently have two Community Employment (CE) vacancies: 1. Administration support – reception cover and admin support. Some admin experience an advantage. (Reference No: ES 982509) 2. Experienced Bus Driver with a D1 licence – to drive patients to and from SII activities. (Reference No: ES 382510) Both positions are 19.5 hours per week. As

Good News Friday

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Thanks to the Off the Ball team on Newstalk who auctioned a signed Irish rugby jersey for Spinal Injuries Ireland on air last night. It raised €3000 euro which will go towards our Community Connect programme which offers a person centred service nationally. Looking forward to next week as we have been nominated for a

Rugby’s Wheelchair Challenge

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Set a reminder to watch TV3 at 10.30PM this Friday, the 9th of October, to watch “Rugby’s Wheelchair Challenge”, the show is set to raise awareness about wheelchair transport and access issues in a fun and entertaining way. Rugby’s Wheelchair Challenge asks some of Ireland’s top rugby players to sit into a wheelchair and experience

Regional Meeting – Ballina

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There is a regional meeting in Ballina, this Thursday the 8th of October. The meeting will start at 6PM in the Ballina Family Resource centre. The topic is Positive Mental Health with a talk by John Lonergan (Ex-Governer of Mountjoy Prison and patron of www.GROW.ie)

Regional Meeting – Galway

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There is a regional meeting in Galway, this Thursday the 8th of October. The meeting will start at 1PM in the Westwood Hotel in Galway. The topic is Positive Mental Health with a talk by John Lonergan (Ex-Governer of Mountjoy Prison and patron of www.GROW.ie)

Welcome to the new Spinal Injuries Ireland website

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Welcome to the new Spinal Injuries Ireland website which was launched during our inaugural national fundraising day “Colour Me Friday”. Please take a look around and feel free to send us feedback on the website, as we iron out the wrinkles. If you have any photos or stories about your journey with a spinal cord