Young people with disabilities in Roscommon to benefit from €634k funding

In Disability, Local Issues, News by Denis Naughten

Local Minister Denis Naughten is pleased to confirm that significant funding has been allocated by the Government to support young people with disabilities in Roscommon. Under the Government’s Ability Programme, €633,919 has been allocated to Roscommon Leader Partnership for services preparing young people with disabilities for the job market. Mentoring, further education and training are part of the services designed …

Naughten confirms €3.4 million to improve the homes of Older People and People with a Disability across Roscommon-Galway

In Disability, Local Issues, News, Older People by Denis Naughten

Local Minister Denis Naughten is pleased to confirm that €3.4 million will be made available to improve and adapt housing for older people and people with a disability living in private houses across Roscommon-Galway. This Government funding under the Housing Adaptations for Older People and People with a Disability Scheme will ensure older people and people with a physical, sensory …

€800k to improve local social housing for people with disabilities across Roscommon-Galway – Denis Naughten TD.

In Disability, Local Issues, News by Denis Naughten

€800k to improve local social housing for people with disabilities “Funding will allow for house extensions and improvements” Statement by Minister Denis Naughten TD September 13, 2017 People with disabilities living in social housing across Roscommon-Galway are receiving Government support of more than €800,000 under the Disabled Persons Grants Scheme for improvements to social housing according to local Minister Denis …

Naughten welcomes €1m allocation for housing grants

In Disability, News, Older People by Denis Naughten

Local Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed the allocation of €1m for housing adaptations for older people and people with a disability living in private houses in County Roscommon.  “These grants allow individuals to adapt their homes to be more suitable to their needs, particularly in areas such as mobility, and are hugely important in assisting people to remain living independently …

Local Minister Denis Naughten confirms Roscommon Arts Centre set to receive €276,615 to improve wheelchair accessibility

In Disability, News by Denis Naughten

Local Minister Denis Naughten is pleased to confirm that Roscommon Arts Centre is set to receive capital funding of €276,615 as part of more than €9 million in capital funding for arts and culture centres across the country which are being announced this morning by his Cabinet colleague the Minister for Arts Heather Humphreys. A total of 56 cultural organisations …