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Our first Blog described our experience of navigating the early stages of the pandemic and the critical work streams that needed to be established to enable us to begin responding to the challenges of COVID-19. Now, as we move from the initial response into the phase of longer-term accommodation and slow easing of restrictions, ourContinue reading “The Impact of Covid-19 on a Disability Service – Part Two”
The past four months have seen inordinate change for the people with disabilities and families who use the services of St. Michael’s House. Widespread closure of schools, adult day and training services and respite have placed huge pressures on individuals and families. Clinical supports have been altered or ceased. Routines have been disturbed, much neededContinue reading “The Impact of Covid-19 on a Disability Service – Part One”
Sitting on board an Aer Lingus flight in January 1996, I noticed Jack Charlton across the aisle from me. This was a significant flight for Jack, his final, emotional farewell voyage following his retirement as Manager of the Ireland team after nine great years in charge and three unforgettable major tournaments. I resisted the temptationContinue reading “Jack Charlton’s Amazing Act of Kindness”
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