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Children are being left “rotting on waiting lists” in Ireland and it’s a “national disgrace,” according to a 13-year-old autism campaigner.

Cara Darmody from Tipperary has decided enough is enough and began a protest outside Leinster House yesterday, which she promises to continue every week until her demands are met.

How Autistic people can be supported accessing employment in Ireland

New research finds that transitional programmes can help Autistic people move into the world of work more successfully

Join Us for Skydive For Life 2024: Support Youth Suicide Prevention

We are excited to share that a member of the Coral Care Services staff, is taking part in the County Louth Skydive For Life 2024! This thrilling event is more than just an adventure—it’s a crucial effort to support Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland (YSPI) in their fight against youth suicide.

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Children are being left “rotting on waiting lists” in Ireland and it’s a “national disgrace,” according to a 13-year-old autism campaigner.

Cara Darmody from Tipperary has decided enough is enough and began a protest outside Leinster House yesterday, which she promises to continue every week until her demands are met.

How Autistic people can be supported accessing employment in Ireland

New research finds that transitional programmes can help Autistic people move into the world of work more successfully

Enhancing Patient Care with the Roper–Logan–Tierney Model of Nursing

The Roper–Logan–Tierney (RLT) model of nursing, established in 1980, stands as a cornerstone of patient care in the United Kingdom. Named after its developers—Nancy Roper, Winifred W. Logan, and Alison J. Tierney—this model emphasizes promoting maximum independence through comprehensive assessments and targeted interventions.

Join Us for Skydive For Life 2024: Support Youth Suicide Prevention

We are excited to share that a member of the Coral Care Services staff, is taking part in the County Louth Skydive For Life 2024! This thrilling event is more than just an adventure—it’s a crucial effort to support Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland (YSPI) in their fight against youth suicide.

Cultivating Curiosity: Introducing The Herb Patch Project

The Herb Patch Project gardens provide a multi-sensory experience that captivates young minds, encouraging them to explore, ask questions, and discover the joys of growing plants.So far, the project has successfully established sensory herb gardens in nearly 500 primary schools throughout Ireland. 

Sligo Social Services

Sligo Social Services strives to empower individuals, families and communities in the Sligo region in improving their quality of life through the promotion of social justice, equality and the dignity of the human being.

Unlocking Nursing Career Opportunities: Tips and Advice for Success

Unlocking Nursing Career Opportunities: Tips and Advice for SuccessOne of the most extraordinary things about Nursing are the endless opportunities that lay at your feet the second you enter the profession. Here are some tips and advice to set you up for success in your Nursing career.

The Vital Role of Teamwork and Collaboration in Nursing

Teamwork is a fundamental aspect of the Nursing practice and is essential for providing safe and effective patient care. In healthcare, Nurses collaborate with a diverse team of professionals, including other Nurses, Physicians, Therapists, Pharmacists, and support staff.

Recharge and Reconnect: Nature’s Influence on Nurse Mental Health

A recent paper in Science Advances reveals the value of nature experience for mental health. Nurses are no strangers to long shifts and hectic work environments where the stakes can often be life or death.

Yes, Nurses Can Take Naps on Their Break – Here’s How

Naps are known to be restorative for anyone who takes them, but this proves to be true for nurses. A 2021 study reports that nurses who took short naps during their 12-hour shifts produced better quality care, had less fatigue, and felt more energized.

As Your Nursing Resume Gathers Dust

Your nursing career has a unique narrative that propels it, and your resume is one place where it’s essential to get the story right if you want prospective employers to notice you or other opportunities to come to fruition.

Decoding Critical Care Jargon: Common ICU Abbreviations for Nurses

The most common ICU abbreviations for nurses. We will go through the abbreviation, what it stands for, a definition of the term, and an example of how it could be used in a sentence on a nursing unit.

The Importance of Mindfulness for Nurses

In this article, we will explore the significance of mindfulness for nurses and how it can enhance both their well-being and the quality of patient care.

Steffen’s Interview with Claire Ronan on OceanFM

Listen to Steffen's full interview on up and running with Claire Ronan on OceanFM on September 24, 2022, where he explains the benefits of Life Coaching and tells us about coralcareservices.ie

How Palliative Care Helps

During many stages of illness, palliative care can ease strains and provide additional support.

Complementary, Alternative, or Integrative Health: What’s In a Name?

We’ve all seen the words “complementary,” “alternative,” and “integrative,” but what do they really mean? This fact sheet looks into these terms to help you understand them better and gives you a brief picture of the mission and role of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) in this area of research. The…

Communication Skills Every Nurse Should Know

On an average day, Nurses interact with many patients, their families and friends, and exchange information with numerous healthcare staff. It is critical to be a good communicator because medical errors will occur if providers aren't all on the same page about patients' diagnoses, treatment plans, etc.