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Carers Week

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Ireland’s 360,000 Family Carers given opportunity to be recognised for their contribution to our society’s wellbeing. Thousands of Family Carers are taking part in events in every county this week as part of  Carers Week 2017 (June 12–18). Care Alliance Ireland, which is r...

Published by Care Alliance Ireland on Monday June 12 2017 11:00 AM

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National Carers Week

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St Patrick’s Cathedral ‘Lighting up Blue’ for the 10th National Carers Week in Ireland Family Carers will have the opportunity to take part in events in every county this week as the 10th National Carers Week (13–19 June) is launched in Dublin today by Nuala Carey. Nation...

Published by Care Alliance Ireland on Monday June 13 2016 11:01 AM

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National Carers Week 2016

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13th - 19th June 2016 The 10th annual National Carers Week will take place from June, 13th to 19th. Events are happening nationwide to celebrate and recognise the role of Ireland’s Family Carers.  There are 9 National organisations who are partners in the week and who will be organis...

Published by MS Ireland/Care Alliance on Monday May 09 2016 11:07 AM

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