‘Clear’ clinic, ‘Clear,’ will have new name and address, new logo and sign
A new clinic for people with cerebral palsy will be launched in Dublin, but its name and location will remain the same.
It will be the first in the country to offer a dedicated facility for the condition.
The new clinic, which is due to open in January 2019, will offer a range of services, including cognitive behavioural therapy, speech-language therapy, and mobility and speech rehabilitation.
It is being funded by a grant from the Department of Social Protection.
“We’re trying to find the right name for this facility,” said Dr Fiona O’Connor, clinical director of the Dublin Centre for Clinical Cognitive Services (DCCS), which is the organiser of the clinic.
“What we’ve done is we’ve looked at what the names are for centres across the country, and we’ve come up with a name that really captures what the clinic is about.”
The new name will reflect the fact that the centre will be located on the same land as the Mayo Clinic in Mayo, in the same building, and that it will be run as a separate charity.
Dr O’Connors clinic, located in the former Mayo Clinic site, is a clinical unit with a primary aim of supporting the development of a specialist unit for the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with the condition cerebral palsys.
It was founded in 2013 by Drs.
John MacLeod and Patrick MacLeod.
The centre is run by a team of clinicians, including clinical counsellors, speech pathologists, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.
It offers cognitive behavioural therapies to individuals with cerebral paresis, which involves difficulty in recognising the feelings of others, and other cognitive rehabilitation.
Dr MacLeod, who has also specialised in speech pathology, said the centre was the ideal location for the clinic because it is close to the Mayo campus, where he and Dr O-Connor were both born.
“This is a very close neighbourhood, and it’s a really lovely, sunny place,” he said.
“So I’m very excited about it.
I’m really looking forward to it.” “
It’s such a wonderful location, and the people that are coming in are so welcoming and supportive.
I’m really looking forward to it.”
Dr MacLods children are also part of the group.
He said he was keen to see what would happen with the new facility.
“I’m looking forward and hoping that it all goes well,” he added.
“You can be here and doing whatever you want, and you won’t be here any longer. “
“And you don’t have to have that disability to come and get your life back.””
And you don’t have to have that disability to come and get your life back.”