Science and charity will come together in a revolutionary way at Narin & Portnoo Golf Club to help disabled people in Donegal take one giant step forward.
The No Barriers Golf Classic will take place on Saturday 26th May 2018. Your involvement in the event could be your first step in making a major contribution to help others walk again.
The Golf Classic at Narin & Portnoo which is being run by the No Barriers Foundation as a major fundraiser to help fund daily clinics for qualifying participants of a unique local rehabilitation programme.
Participating in the Golf Classic can be done by way of entering a team of 4 people costing €120 per team or by sponsorship of one of the 18 holes costing €50.
Sponsorship of individual team prizes is also very welcome.
See further details at www.nobarriers.ie or contact Ritchie or Noleen at Narin & Portnoo Golf Club Tel 074-9545145.
Walking is an essential component in our daily lives that most of us take for granted. Imagine the devastation to our lives if this vital gift of nature was removed and we had to seek alternative modes of mobility. Unfortunately, this happens on a daily basis to some of the people we love most in life.
As a community we can help, and hence the foundation of the No Barriers. The foundation is a voluntary group of people which includes experienced health professionals and concerned community people who have created a charity to help people walk again.
Recently the No Barriers Foundation took delivery of a “Robotic Rehabilitation Suit” costing €161,000.00. The purchase was made possible thanks to a very generous grant from the Leader Fund and money raised in the past 6 months by the No Barriers Foundation.
Dreams became a reality today as The No Barriers Foundation celebrated the introduction of a new Exoskeleton Robotic Suit to Donegal. Former Senator Jimmy Harte demonstrated this groundbreaking therapy tool, which will be transported to communities across the county in the coming weeks. For the full story, visit: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2018/04/26/watch-theres-no-stopping-jimmy-harte-on-this-historic-day-for-no-barriers/
Publiée par Donegal Daily sur jeudi 26 avril 2018
The Robotic Suit is revolutionary as it can be strapped to an individual and with the assistance of a specialised trained specialist, the participant will engage in taking the first step forward.
The individual participants must undergo a diagnostic health review before starting the programme to ensure they quality to use the suit. The programme will start mid- May at the JT Physio Clinic in Letterkenny and new satellite sites will be opened throughout the county in the latter part of the year.