Holy Spirit Senior Primary School

Additional Supports

Useful contacts and Support Services

Tel. 1800 80 48 48
KARE Social Services
Tel. 01 8058433
Age Action Ireland - We have trained information officers providing information over the phone, email and social media on issues facing older people.
Tel. 01 475 6989
Friends of the Elderly - Friends of the Elderly works hard to provide a wide range of social programmes for older people who would benefit from a friendly chat or a social outing. With the help of our many dedicated volunteers and donors we provide companionship, support, social engagement, inter-generational activities and community-based services.
Tel. 01 8731855
ALONE - ALONE provides Housing with Support, Support Coordination, Befriending, BConnect training and technology, and Campaigns for Change to hundreds of older people every week, who are homeless, socially isolated, living in deprivation or in crisis.
Tel. 0818 222 024
St Vincent de Paul - There are a wide range of supports we can offer you, from practical help and advice, to a friendly ear all in the strictest of confidence.
Tel. 01 8848200
Senior Line - Confidential Listening Services for Older People
Tel. 046 9557766
Samaritans - You can get in touch about anything that’s troubling you, no matter how large or small the issue feels.
Tel. 116 123
Unemployment Payments During COVID-19
People who have lost employment
The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP) has announced a new COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment.
This new payment will be available to all employees and the self-employed who have lost employment due to a downturn in economic activity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The payment has a simple one–page application form and will be paid for a period of 6 weeks at a flat rate payment of €203 per week for jobseekers. It is designed to quickly deliver a social welfare payment to people who are unemployed as a result of the pandemic and give income security during this 6-week period.
You can get the application form on gov.ie
If your employer reduces your hours to 3 days or less per week from your normal full-time hours, you can apply for a payment called Short Time Work Support which is a form of Jobseeker’s Benefit.
Find out more about your employment rights during the COVID-19 restrictions.
(2) People who are ill
There are changes to the Illness Benefit and Supplementary Welfare Allowance rules to help prevent the transmission of coronavirus. These changes require legislation which is expected shortly.
If you are diagnosed with COVID-19 or are medically required to self-isolate, you can get enhanced Illness Benefit or Supplementary Welfare Allowance. When the legislation is completed, workers will be entitled to any arrears due from 9th March when the new payment rates begin.
Jun 03
June Bank Holiday
Jun 28
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Limekiln Ln, Greenhills, Dublin 12, Ireland
01 450 6019
Opening hours: 8:50AM - 2:30PM
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