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Issues of major non-compliance at three residential units in Donegal

May 25, 2021 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: ekyaaglzf.

first_img Previous articleGAA Programme – NFL Special with Barry O’Shea, Martin Carney & Liam DonnellyNext articleNew Sponsors for Donegal Ladies and Karen Guthrie named Captain News Highland Community Enhancement Programme open for applications News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA By News Highland – January 25, 2018 WhatsAppcenter_img The health watchdog has found issues of major non-compliance at three separate residential units in Donegal.The centres in question are James Connolly Memorial Residential Unit in Carndonagh, St Martin’s House Residential & Respite in Falacarragh and Inbhear Na Mara in Bundoran.Issues such as staffing, accessibility to facilities and staffing files have been highlighted.An inspection in St. Martin’s House Residential & Respite in Falcarragh found that although the centre was well-maintained, the provider had not addressed the previous inspection findings.Two out of the centre’s three bedrooms continued to provide shared accommodation to residents.The inspector observed that the provider had installed privacy curtains since the last inspection; however, due to the layout of the bedrooms they did not provide adequate private space for residents.A previous inspection highlighted that the ensuite bathroom was inaccessible to residents with the inspector told at the time that work was scheduled to provide increased access to the centre’s bathroom facilities in response to the findings.In James Connolly Memorial Residential Unit in Carndonagh it was noted that the staff skill mix did not consistently facilitate both access to community activities and the management of healthcare.For example, emergency epilepsy medication could only be administered by nursing staff; however, only one nurse was available on occasions, which resulted in planned community activities being postponed.Meanwhile in Inbhear Na Mara in Bundoran, action from the previous inspection was not addressed, as further improvements were still required in regards to staff files. Google+ Facebook Pinterest Facebook Homepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Issues of major non-compliance at three residential units in Donegallast_img read more

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Seventeen years of community service

September 26, 2020 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: egielqmer.

first_img Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share LocalNews Seventeen years of community service by: – September 14, 2011center_img 31 Views   no discussions Share Members of the Dominica Lions and Leo Clubs with Pastor Marcus Francis.The Leo Club of Dominica will be celebrating 17 years of providing volunteer service to the local community.On September 14, 1994, the Leo Club of Dominica was chartered under the guidance of Livingstone Cassel as President of the Dominica Lions Club with Mackie Breedy as the President. Since then the Club has continued to mold young minds in the spirit of volunteerism and community involvement through a number of activities.The Club can be best known for its organization of the Junior Calypso Monarch Competition, an activity which it has been organizing since 2000 when it was handed over by the then organizers, the Lions Club of Dominica.Over the years, a number of individuals has passed through the organizational hierarchy of the Club, from the 1st chapter which was chartered in the 1970’s to the 2nd chapter, which is celebrating 17 years, Individuals such as Dave Baron, Carlyn Roberts, Jhune Richards, Leroy Peters etc., Patrick Pemberton, Kathy Lander, among many others.This year’s celebration coincides with the Visit of Sub-District 60B Governor, Lion Lloyd Barker, MJF of Cricket Umpiring Fame, who will be conducting the Audit of the local Clubs on that evening followed by a social with our sponsor club – The Dominica Lions Club -.As part of the Anniversary Activities, the Leos attended church service at the Roseau Christian Union Mission Church, visited and made a donation to the Roseau Infirmary, held a leadership workshop among other activities.The Leo Club of Dominica is part of Lions Clubs International and consists of members between the ages of 16-29 The Club meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 6 pm at the Workshop for the Blind, Federation Drive Goodwill.For More information on the club you can e-mail us on [email protected] or visit our facebook page.Press ReleaseLeo Club Of Dominicalast_img read more

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