An Interview with: DALE BLOUNT Q1. Tell me a little about yourself? https://caracentre.ie/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/video-1493731202-1.mp4 I’m Dale. I’m 21 years old. I live in the centre of Dublin city with my family. I’m an Uncle to my 4 nieces and my gorgeous nephew.
An Interview with: SARAH HEWITT – Leisure Centre Manager, St Michael’s House First of all, can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m from Drogheda and working in St. Michael’s House in Dublin. For me, sport and exercise have
Kerry’s own dancing with the stars Aidan O’Mahony Launches National fit4all Week and Expo CARA announced that they will host the first ever National fit4all week and National fit4all Expo. The fit4all week will run from the 8th May to
Pictured: Kevin Minton Plant Director Transitions Optical Tuam and Christopher Watts Dublin based camper Transitions Optical gives Camp Abilities Ireland a long term vision! Camp Abilities Ireland offers a week-long residential sport and physical activity camp for children with vision
Planning. Travelling. Stories. Voices. Challenges. Overcoming. Strength. Understanding. Helpful. Surprising. Support. Achievement. Success. Rewarding. Fun. Friends. Living. Chatting. Belonging. Choices. Joy. Impact. Stars.
Sports Development Coordinator: The CARA Centre is delighted to partner with Vision Sport Ireland in the recruitment of a Sports Development Coordinator who will be responsible for delivering on Vision Sport Ireland objectives with a specific focus on the long term planning and implementation of Camp Abilities Ireland.
The CARA Centre is delighted to announce the delivery of two new vehicles sponsored by Hyundai Ireland through the local dealership Adams of Tralee. The new Hyundai Tucson and i30 vehicles will be used to increase the impact of our work throughout the country in facilitating active and healthy lifestyles for people with disabilities. Managing Director for the CARA Centre, Niamh Daffy acknowledges the “importance of the continued sponsorship from Hyundai Ireland that has facilitated CARA to grow since the start of our partnership in 2011”.
It’s a feeling only a few in a lifetime will encounter. The lights, the crowds of people, and you. It’s a feeling that Irish para-sailor, John Twomey, will experience after ten consecutive Paralympics. 7th September in Maracana Stadium, Rio, Brazil.
Hi, My name is Phelim Mannion, I am from Cork. I am 17 years old and I am visually impaired. I have been involved with Camp Abilities Ireland since its beginning (2010 – present). I started off as a camper
My name is Amy. I am 17 and I am visually impaired. For the past couple of years I have attended CampAbilities in County Kerry. For those of you who don’t know what CampAbilities is, it is a sports camp