Your Health Singer Niall Horan supports the HSE and older people with two way communication MORE ARTICLES 18th June 2020Niall Horan generously pledged €100,000 specifically to provide mobile devices (tablets) for use by older people and staff in public long term residential care so residents can stay in touch with their families.Niall was inspired to do so when his cousins Patricia and Caroline sent him a photo of them talking on the phone to their granny outside her window and then decided to teach her how to use FaceTime.Seeing the positive impact it’s had on his granny inspired him to do the same for other older people. In this video, Geraldine Aspinall, Assistant Director at St. Ita’s Hospital, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick describes the enormous benefit the donation has meant for staff and residents during the pandemic. Your HealthChallenges of Leo’s Angelman Syndrome and innate curiosity 18th September 2022With World Patient Safety Day having taken place last Saturday, September 17th, the HSE National Quality Patient and Safety Directorate has shared a video compiled to illustrate the diverse and challenging nature of patient safety. Your HealthNew monitor helps staff and parents at Special Care Baby Unit18th September 2022HSE Staff at Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise (MRHP) are delighted to have been gifted a new “Sound Ear” monitor for their Special Care Baby Unit.