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Purpose-built community for dementia sufferers to open in Limerick

Called CareBright Community, it is situated on a four-acre site and will contain three individual bungalows that will each house six people

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
24th December, 2017
CareBright’s business development manager, Majella Murphy

Ireland’s first purpose- built community for people with dementia will open in early 2018. Located in Bruff in Co Limerick, the project is being developed by the social enterprise organisation CareBright.

Called CareBright Community, it is situated on a four-acre site and will contain three individual bungalows that will each house six people. As well as having communal and individual living and outdoor spaces in each of the bungalows, the community will also have...

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