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Category: Pregnancy & Birth

Service Providers

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West Be Well

0877848837
Voluntary, community and statutory groups involved in wellbeing, mental health promotion, and suicide prevention initiatives in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon have developed this resource. Fáilte chuig an suíomh idirlín seo, bain tairbhe as.
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Helplink Mental Health

0818998880
A Charitable Organisation Providing Accessible Counselling, Information and Education Mental Health Services Locally (West of IRL), Nationally and Internationally
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Ballinasloe-Portumna Family Services

090-9646200
Work directly with children and young people at individual and group levels Provide support to parents and guardians through home visits
Loughrea Gort Family Services

Loughrea-Gort Family Services

353 (091) 881860
We provide a service to children and their families within their own homes and communities to build on their strengths and overcome difficulties.
Down Syndrome Ireland - Galway Branch

Down Syndrome Ireland - Galway Branch

087-1861914
We aim to provide information, support and friendship to people with Down syndrome and their families in Galway City and County, working towards an improved quality of life with respect and acceptance of people with Down syndrome as valued members of their community.
AIM - Access & Inclusion Model

AIM Access and Inclusion Model

The Better Start Access and Inclusion Model (AIM) is a child-centred model of supports which is designed to ensure that children with disabilities can access and participate in the Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Programme. Most children with disabilities can fully participate in preschool without additional support. Full information on the supports offered is available at http://www.preschoolaccess.ie
Muscular Dystrophy Ireland

Muscular Dystrophy Ireland

086-6066106
MDI is a support agency for adults and families with children with muscular dystrophy and other allied neuromuscular conditions. We promote, through practical empowerment, independent living for people with disabilities. We raise awareness of neuromuscular conditions & advocate on behalf of our members & encourage practical self-advocacy. We have a Family Support Worker and a Youth and Respite Worker who work in the Western Region (Galway, Mayo & Roscommon).
Domestic Violence Response

Domestic Violence Response (Oughterard)

091-866740

Domestic Violence Response (DVR) is a community-led organisation responding to the issue of domestic violence in Galway County. Our aim is to identify and respond to the needs of women and children who are subjected to violence and abuse in the home and to develop long-term responses that work towards the elimination of domestic violence. The principles that inform the work of DVR include:

Domestic Violence Response
091-866740

Domestic Violence Response (DVR) is a community-led organisation responding to the issue of domestic violence in Galway County. Our aim is to identify and respond to the needs of women and children who are subjected to violence and abuse in the home and to develop long-term responses that work towards the elimination of domestic violence. The principles that inform the work of DVR include:

Cope Galway

COPE Galway - Waterside House

091-565985
Waterside House offers safe and confidential Refuge accommodation for women and their children experiencing domestic violence.• An Outreach service covering Galway city and county is available for women to meet with a worker at a safe location where they can receive support and information on their options.• The service operates on a 24-hour basis 365 days a year including Telephone support 091 565985• We operate a children’s service for children who are experiencing domestic violence.• We offer a Drop-in service for all women seeking information and support in relation to domestic violence and related parenting issues.• We offer support and guidance to women currently experiencing domestic violence and abuse or difficulties after separation i.e. managing partner contact relating to access.

Events

Baby abd Toddler Group - Down Syndrome Ireland - Galway Branch

Baby and Toddler Group – Down Syndrome Galway

Tea and Chat for parents and carers of Down Syndrome babies and toddlers.

East Centre Claregalway & West Centre Moycullen

Choosing A Strong Password

Chains of words, make passwords easy to remember and harder to crack.

 

To create a password that meets our strength requirements, it’s recommended to use a mix of at least three random words along with a number (not a birthday or 123 etc., just random) and one or more symbols and capitals, but don't capitalize the first letters of the words, e.g.:

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This password style might not be very common, and it will be much more difficult for computers/bots to crack. It also allows for your passwords to be memorized more easily. Though a password vault may help with that.