SII to raise €1m for spinal injuries rehab house

Spinal Injuries Ireland is seeking to raise €1 million to build a transitional house for people with a spinal injury.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
9th August, 2008

Spinal Injuries Ireland is seeking to raise €1 million to build a transitional house for people with a spinal injury.

The eight-bed house will be situated on the site of the National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) in Dublin and will support people rebuilding their lives after they leave the NRH.

Philip Quinlan, fundraising manager with Spinal Injuries Ireland (SII), said the facility is ‘‘badly needed’’ as there was a lack of suitable accommodation for people with...

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