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St. Cronans Annual Audited Accounts

September 4th, 2021
St. Cronans Annual Audited Accounts

St. Cronans is a registered charity and as such transparency is important to us.  It is St. Cronans policy to publish our annual accounts on our website.

To view our 2020 signed accounts please click on the following link

St. Cronans Services have the following vacancies

March 11th, 2021

St. Cronans have the following vacancies. More details here http://www.cronans.ie/vacancies/

St. Cronans Annual Audited Accounts

September 11th, 2020
St. Cronans Annual Audited Accounts

St. Cronans is a registered charity and as such transparency is important to us.  It is St. Cronans policy to publish our annual accounts on our website.

To view our 2017, 2018 and 2019 accounts please click on the following links

2017 Signed financial statements pwc

St. Cronans Services have the following vacancies

September 1st, 2020

St. Cronans have the following vacancies. More details here http://www.cronans.ie/vacancies/

“Tipperary Teddy Predicts a win!”

August 16th, 2019

On Friday 16th August 2019, the Tipperary Teddy paid a visit to St. Cronan’s Roscrea. The people in St. Cronans take great pride in their communities and in their county as they gather in their county colours ahead of the All Ireland Final on Sunday. The people of St. Cronans would like to wish the Tipperary hurlers the very best of luck on Sunday.

Up the Premier!

St. Cronans Community Employment Vacancies

July 4th, 2019

St. Cronans services have the following Community Employment vacancies.

More details here.  www.cronans.ie/vacancies

Community and Fire Safety talk

March 5th, 2019

Community and Fire Safety talk at St. Cronans

RT Group with Senior Fire Officer at the recent Community and Fire Safety talk

On the 15th of February Senior Officer Martin Moore from Tipperary Fire & Rescue Services gave a presentation to the R.T group on community safety and safety in the home.  This is important information to support maximising independence within the home and community.  The session was delivered under Support Number 5 of New Directions – Support for maximising independence.

St Cronans use an evidence based assessment tool “This is how I manage” with all RT participants. The results of this assessment tool identify where people require additional supports and the results are used to formulate the annual curriculum for the Rehabilitation Training programme, so that the programme is tailored to meet the actual needs of those who study with us. This curriculum consists of three core strands of focus:

  1. Life at home
  2. Relationships, Work & Leisure
  3. Health, Safety & Wellbeing

Each core strand consists of many modules and as part of Health, Safety & Wellbeing 2 main areas were highlighted and covered by the Fire and Rescue Services.  

  • Identifing dangerous situations.
  • Calling for Help.   

The talk/presentation presented by Martin Moore supported this learning goal and the information presented was visual in content so that it was accessible and easy to understand.

Thanks to Martin and the Tipperary Fire and Rescue Service for supporting our work.

St Cronan’s Association Nenagh raise money for North Tipperary Hospice

October 22nd, 2018

St Cronan’s Association Nenagh raise money for North Tipperary Hospice

St Cronans Service, Melrose, Nenagh held a Coffee Morning on Thursday September 20th for North Tipperary Hospice. Present at the event are Board of Directors,Service Users, Families, Staff & Volunteers, Neighbours and Friends of St Cronans Service Nenagh. Photograph: Bridget Delaney

More than 50 members of the public attended our recent coffee morning held to raise money for the hospice in our services in Melrose, Nenagh.  Mary Frend (Service Co-ordinator) was delighted with number of people who attended.  Visitors included parents and their friends, people using services at RehabCare and Riverdale Nursing Home, Melrose neighbours and many people who staff and those using the Nenagh services have engaged with in the local community in recent years.  A total of €561 was raised for North Tipp hospice.  Mary explains “Days like this are so important as they allow us to reach out to the community, give something back and also empower the people who use our services to be active citizens and support local causes, in line with national policy New Directions.”  We extend our thanks to The Thatch in Ballycommon for lending us many cups and plates to make the event possible and thanks to photographer Bridget Delaney who captured the event on camera.

St. Cronans Services ROOTS ABILITY Project Co-ordinator Required

July 26th, 2018

ROOTS ABILITY Project Co-ordinator (Specified Purpose Fixed Term 33 month contract)

POSITION NOW FILLED

Golf Champagne and Strawberries…and all for local charities

July 11th, 2018