New appointment for Brain Injury Chair Frank Dolaghan

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Frank Dolaghan, Chair of the Brain Injury Foundation, has been invited by the Public Health and Social Care Board to represent the Southern Trust area on the Northern Ireland Carers Strategy Implementation Group.
Frank pictured with his wife Aileen

Frank pictured with his wife Aileen

The Carers Strategy Implementation Group is responsible for driving the implementation of the DHSSPS strategy, “Caring for Carers” through the collaboration of key stakeholders. This covers carers of older people, of those who have a physical or mental disability, of those with a sensory impairment or of those with mental health problems. Membership of the group includes representatives from the Health and Social Care Trusts, DHSSPS, Health and Social Care Board, local Commissioning Groups, the voluntary sector and the Public Health Agency. There are also five carer members. Commenting on his appointment, Frank Dolaghan said, “I consider this to be a recognition of the innovative work of the Brain Injury Foundation to provide support to carers and family members as well as brain injury survivors.
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10131 Longwalk Campaign Newry Times_2 400pxX400 v02“The Foundation has always stressed the crucial role of carers in the lives of brain injury survivors. He added, “Carers are a hugely undervalued resource and considerably more recognition needs to be taken by statutory bodies of their needs. I look forward to having the opportunity to contribute to that agenda.”

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