This article was written by Hugh Bulfin, Rachel McLaughlin, Tara Ferry and Siobhan Quirke who are 3rd year occupational therapy students from National University Ireland Galway. They are currently completing a project about public transport for people with a visual impairment. It is interesting to read the team’s perspective and conclusions following their study. Studying …Read More about NUIG Students complete project on public transport in Galway
Sadly, since our last inSight magazine our good friend and colleague Paul Traynor has passed away. Paul died suddenly at his home in Carrickmacross on the morning of April 16th. Paul worked with NCBI since 1999 as our chief technical support officer. Ever patient and always ready to work on the most complex of technical …Read More about Death of our Colleague, Paul Traynor
Kim Wulff has recently been appointed as Manager of NCBI’s National Rehabilitation Centre, Sally McEllistrim reports, Originally from Canada, Kim says that she decided to pursue a career as a Rehabilitation Worker when she experienced first hand the progress a close relative made in becoming independent. Kim says “I was very young when I watched …Read More about Get to Know Us in NCBI!
In March, despite the snowy conditions, a Fundraising dance took place in aid of NCBI. Thanks to the organisation of Mary Madden, a great crowd flocked to Fitzpatrick’s Country Club, Clonmore, Templemore to dance to The Brendan Lee Band. Organiser Mary Madden, who is well known in her home village of Clonmeen Co. Laois, said …Read More about Fundraising dance in Tipp for NCBI
By donating to NCBI regularly, you will be contributing to the provision of NCBI’s life changing services. Our practical and emotional advice and supports help 8,000 people and their families face their futures with confidence every year. We help people deal emotionally with the diagnosis of an eye condition and the impact it will have …Read More about Becoming a Regular Donor To NCBI