Clondalkin Health House

Rowlagh Community Centre, Clondalkin Dublin 22 Eircode D22VY46.

Rowlagh Community Centre

About the Clondalkin Health Project.

Community wellbeing is the combination of social, economic, environmental, cultural, and political conditions identified by individuals and their communities as essential for them to flourish and fulfil their potential.

When we look at community, we find three attributes that play a large role in wellbeing:  connectedness, liveability, and equity.

We can explore each of these attributes for factors that contribute to community wellbeing.  By providing services that enhance community members participation.

We deliver programmes based on the needs of the community for example:

We run workshops which provide information which helps people make better health choices.  In turn we create networks within the community to share information and link people with appropriate services.

  • Antenatal/Postnatal classes such as Baby Weaning
  • Baby Music
  • Baby Yoga
  • Baby Massage
  • Pregnancy Yoga
  • Yoga for all ages
  • Dance Fitness
  • Meditation and Mindfulness programmes.
Fettercairn Commuity Health Project Health and wellbeing Results

What are the results?

Better health outcomes as people tend to become more aware of their health and ways to support it through attending workshops and health screening made available by the project within the community. The targeted approach maintains excellent participation and fulfils the main aim of the project which is to create awareness of good health and wellbeing and to deliver programmes that meet the identified needs of local people.  We empower people in the community to make appropriate health choices to suit their needs.

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Who is this project for?

Anyone from the Clondalkin Area who is looking to connect more socially, learn new skill, tips, or tools to destress and relax.

Learn more about their health and how to improve or look after it in the short and long term.

For people of all ages inclusive of babies with our Antenatal/Postnatal programme.

Who are the funding bodies?

The aim is to deliver a universal health service that offers the right care, in the right place, at the right time, at low or no cost

  • Health Promotion and Improvement- HSE
  • Healthy Ireland Fund/ SDCC / ICS