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Email Families in fear at a Limerick special needs centre Linkedin NewsHealthHealth inspectors find fault with Limerick residential centreBy Editor – January 12, 2018 1636 Previous articleFree sign language training for Limerick childcare professionalsNext article€1.59 million allocated for housing development in Abbeyfeale Editor Twitter Facebook University Hospital Limerick trolley count on double RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Print TAGSassessed needsBrothers of CharityDesmond Community Residential HousesfacilityHIQAinspectorspeople with disabilitiespsychological wellbeingshortcomings Brothers of Charity Services COVID-19 recruitment initiative WhatsApp Limerick patients included in Kerry hospital review Limerick Hospital Group had highest exposure to CPE superbug A LIMERICK facility for people with disability operated by the Brothers of Charity failed to meet Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) standards concerning the needs of residents.HIQA inspectors found that the shortcomings resulted in negative impacts on the physical and psychological wellbeing of residents.When they visited the Desmond Community Residential Houses in County Limerick, the inspectors found that the needs of residents in one house were “not compatible” and that the designated centre was not suited to meeting each resident’s assessed needs.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up There was evidence of action taken by the provider, including the allocation of additional staff supports since December 2016. While this had improved the situation somewhat, there was concerning evidence of negative impacts on residents’ physical and psychological wellbeing, according to HIQA.More health news here Children went missing from special care unit 35 times
The Real Good Food Group said it hopes for “a bit of stability” in 2006, after a busy 2005.Chief executive John Gibson told British Baker the company had set itself stretching targets for 2005 in its Bakeries division (Hayden’s Bakeries and Seriously Scrumptious Cakes). It was also challenged by integrating acquisitions Napier Brown Foods and its Renshaw business.Hayden’s Bakeries’ volumes were 50% up on 2004, when the business was acquired. However, it “didn’t quite meet” stretching targets. The process of getting products to market took longer than expected, he said. “Perhaps there was a bit of over optimism on our side”, Mr Gibson added. The Napier Brown dry ingredients division performed well against a background of a very competitive sugar market, with strong volume sales. But Renshaw “didn’t quite hit targets”, due to restructuring of manufacturing operations. “In the midst of change perhaps our eye was taken off our objectives a little. In a calm market things might have been handled differently”, Mr Gibson said. Two new senior managerial appointments have now been made at Renshaw.For RGFG 2006 will be “very much about sticking to our knitting”, he said. However the company will make more acquisitions in the food sector over the next five years as it grows.The £300m turnover RGFG said it expects to report a profit before exceptional items of £7m for 2005 in a trading update for the year to December 31 2005 this week. This is below its target of £7.7m. Interim results will be announced in March.
Get ready Rolling Stones fans, your dreams are about to come true. While in the middle of its successful run at Saatchi Gallery in London, England, the band’s incredible “Exhibitionism” has announced plans to come to New York City this fall. The Industria Superstudio, located in Manhattan’s beautiful West Village neighborhood, will host the 500-piece collection of music, art, design, film, and fashion alongside artifacts from the seminal band’s live performances starting in November.“Exhibitionism” is a collaboration with Australian-based iEC Exhibitions!, classic Rolling Stones members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Charlie Watts, and curator Ileen Gallagher. The event is an immersive look at the career of the Rolling Stones, with a full recreation of their old recording studio, complete with original instruments and an interactive mixing board. The exhibition also fully recreates the band’s “Edith Grove” flat in London’s Chelsea neighborhood, where you can see real clothes, personal diaries, recordings, home videos, photos, and much more. The show will give you an inside look at the Stones and will even provide visitors with a ridiculous 3D, simulated experience that will give you the feeling of being backstage with the band, then walking on stage with them.While viewing all this Stones history, you’ll also be surrounded by a selection of amazing pieces by some of modern art’s greatest contributors, such as Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, and Shepard Fairey, fashion designers like Alexander McQueen and Prada, film clips from Martin Scorsese, and much more.Mick Jagger had this to say when they announced the event:“We’ve been thinking about it for quite a long time but wanted it to be just right and on a large scale just like planning our touring concert productions. I think right now it’s an interesting time to do it…It’s not going to be like walking into a museum. It’s going to be an event, an experience. It’s about a sense of The Rolling Stones – it’s something we want people to go away talking about it.”Guitarist Keith Richards added:“While this is about the Rolling Stones, it’s not necessarily just about the members of the band. It’s also about all the paraphernalia and technology associated with a band, like as well as the instruments that have passed through our hands over the years, that will make the exhibition really interesting.”This exhibit sounds amazing, and we can’t check it out when it comes to New York in November. Tickets don’t go on sale until September, but you can click here to sign up for the mailing list that will let you know when more info is available, or click here to go to the exhibit’s website.