Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Mental Health, Disability & Special Needs Colm Keaveney is calling on the Government to postpone charging school transport fees for families who are still waiting on the outcome of their medical card review. Some families are facing bills of as much as €650 for school transport costs, because their medical card entitlement is still under consideration. Read More |
Poor levels of hygiene at Grove House Centre completely unacceptable Read More |
Government continues to take medical card from seriously ill pensioners. No consultation with IMO symptomatic of haphazard approach to health system
Read More |
5,000 deaf people will lose advocacy service.
Decision needs full explanation from Minister.
Read More |
Fianna Fáil’s spokesperson on Mental Health Colm Keaveney says the continued increase in outpatient waiting lists is further proof that James Reilly is failing patients. Deputy Keaveney was responding to new figures which show that almost 339,000 people are on outpatient waiting lists for an appointment to see a consultant. Read More |
Mental Health Services not being adequately resourced Read More |
Mandatory reporting guidelines not being followed Read More |
Minister not heeding warnings from frontline staff Read More |