Welcome to the Cork CIL CLG 2018 website. There are pages for leaders, staff, and jobs, as well as general information for people with disabilities, the general public, and students.
We welcome your feedback and suggestions. Please visit the Contact Us page for information on how to get in touch.
Deirdre O’Reilly, who suffered a devastating stroke in 2013, completes the Evening Echo Mini Marathon.
Disability Services Newsletter
This edition repeats the links to the documents developed by the NQIO earlier this year. There is also a feature on the Workshops that the NQIO are holding in early October across the country, which includes dates and venues, as well as instructions on how to book a place.
Flu Vaccine Campaign 2018
Healthcare workers prevent the spread of flu and save lives by getting the flu vaccine. The best way to protect you, your family and your service users is to get this year’s vaccine. You can pass on the flu virus to somebody you care for even before you know that you are sick.
Healthcare workers are at an increased risk of exposure and infection. At least 20% of healthcare workers are infected with flu every year and many continue to work while being ill. This increases the risk to family, colleagues, and service users.
All employees are urged to visit the Staff Portal to find out where you can be vaccinated and how to reclaim the cost from Cork CIL.
- CIL CMH eBulletin, September 7th
- Global Wellness Monthly, August 7th
- DFI News Bulletin, August 7th
- Active Leadership Training Presented by Dublin CIL
- Dublin CIL Launches Independent Voices Video Campaign
- SII Ezine, May 24th
- Norma Murphy Wins RDAI Award
- Audio Described and Captioned Performance of Les Misérables at the BGE Theatre