Play is more than playgrounds and it is not just for young children. An urban regeneration project in Tralee is making that their mantra as they rethink the idea of play and its role in developing social wellbeing.
As a paramedic Jason McKenna is used to being a lifesaver but he’s also the recipient of a lifesaving kidney.
One of the main attractions of becoming a public health nurse for Michael Power was the opportunity to look after patients in their own homes and communities.
An innovative parenting programme has been helping parents and children create calmer and happier households across the Midlands for nearly a decade.
Dental services and public health nurses in Waterford are working together to reduce dental extractions for children in their care.
Watch the video from the WellComm – Well Communities Connect event in Cork, held in January 2019.
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