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Limited Places available for First Year in 2020

Local schools (in the Howth Deanery) have now applied through the Deanery form. However, each year there are a limited number of places for direct application to the school. Anyone may apply directly. The number of places is very limited, as Ardscoil La Salle makes a feature of small classes and an overall number which allows every student to know every other student. These 'extra' places are expected to be taken up very quickly. If you are interested please phone 01 848 0055 or email secretary@ardscoillasalle.ie .

Health Connectis designed with a mobile user in mind. It features clear design, short text, accessible menus, geolocation option for health services in Ireland, integration with Google Maps for an interactive and intuitive experience. Health Connect is for everyone yet it accommodates vulnerable minority ethnic - migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and foreign students users, who may not have easy access to a computer and may have difficulties with understating both the English language and the Irish healthcare system.

 

The project is developed by Cairde, an advocacy organisation working to improve ethnic minorities’ access to services in Ireland and funded by the National Social Inclusion Office, HSE under the Dormant Accounts Action Plan 2017.

Tonya Myles, Cairde’s General Manager says:

‘Cairde has almost 20 years’ experience in working with ethnic minority communities in the area of health information. It specialises in devising innovative approaches to providing appropriate and accessible information to migrants. Poor awareness about available services, pathways of access and rights and entitlements remains one of the key barriers to migrants’ integration in Ireland. Health Connect will enable users of ethnic minorities to better access health services in the most optimal way. Mobile phone usage has been identified as a medium used by a large number of migrant communities to communicate both within Ireland and with relatives beyond the country. This is the first phase of the project. The platform enables building on existing content and features improving users’ experience. It also allows adding new languages. At this point we also encourage health service providers to update their details on Google maps.’


Diane Nurse, National Lead, HSE Social Inclusion says:

‘This interactive mobile appHealth Connect will be really useful in supporting people from diverse ethnic backgrounds to access relevant information about health services and to use these services optimally. It is a practical and innovative way of providing information to people unfamiliar with our health services. I welcome this resource and look forward to phase 2 of this exciting initiative!’

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