Crann’s A Moment for Me programme was the focus of a recent piece in The Echo.
Two participants, Roy O’Mahony and Dolores Foley, spoke of their experiences with the wellbeing programme, highlighting the unique qualities of the innovative initiative
A Moment for Me is a programme developed specifically around parents and carers. It offers a safe space for them to explore the challenges they face and identify techniques to help manage stress and build a toolbox for success and wellbeing.
The programme has been running with small group sessions at the Crann Centre for two years. It recently moved online to facilitate parents and carers unable to attend due to Covid-19 restrictions.
At Crann we work with all age groups (New-borns, Children, Teens, Adults) and their families living with a neuro physical disability. Our services are focused on, but not limited to, people who have Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Childhood stroke and Spinal Cord Injury. Crann will launch a comprehensive new programme of services and supports in September.