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What Happens At Baile Mhuire?

Community Involvement

Baile Mhuire was built by the community, and many People from all walks of life gave their time and skills willingly and voluntarily to bring these units up to residential standard.

Volunteers

Volunteers still play a pivotal role in the daily running of Baile Mhuire and we are fortunate that we have such wonderful volunteers who give of their time so freely and generously.

Fun and Entertainment

After lunch more activities and games such as bingo are played. Frequently speakers are invited to discuss subjects like; Exercise and Nutrition and Beauty Matters

Routine Day Services

  • Morning Tea, Mid-Day Meal and Afternoon Tea
  • Nursing services with associated Health Professionals
  • Musical/Social and Recreational Activities
  • Transport where required
  • Hairdressing, Chiropody and Reflexology

Available Monday to Thursday & Saturday

Stroke Day Service

  • Morning Tea, Mid-Day Meal
  • Physiotherapy Programmes
  • Nursing Care with associated Health Professionals
  • Physical and Mental Stimulation Programmes
Available Fridays Only Stoke Support Group occurs the last Friday of every Month

Better Balance Better Bones

A Physical Activity Programme to Improve your Strength & Balance
  • Do you want to improve your balance & co-ordination?
  • Do you want to increase your physical activity levels?
  • Do you want to improve your flexibility, bone strength and muscle power?
The duration of the programme is 8 weeks & each session 1 hour long

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Better Balance Better Bones Winter Timetable for 2022.

Better Balance Better Bones Winter Timetable for 2022.

Better Balance Better Bones Winter Timetable for 2022.

  • Cahersiveen Community Hall: Thursday 10am, 11.15am, 12.30pm
  • Fenit Parish Hall: Tuesday 7pm
  • Inch Community Hall: Wednesday 5pm
  • Kenmare GAA Club: Thursday 2pm
  • Killarney Spa GAA Club: Thursday 10am, 11.15am,
  • Killorglin CYMS Hall: Thursday 3pm
  • Listowel Community Centre: Wednesday 10.15am, 11.30am, 1pm
  • Rathmore Teach Iosagain: Monday 10.45am
  • Zoom Class: Tuesday 10.00am
  • Tralee John Mitchel’s GAA Club: Tuesday 11.30am, 12.30pm
  • Tralee St. Brendan’s Pastoral Care Centre: Tuesday 1:00pm
  • Tureencahill Community Centre: Monday 12.15pm
  • Ventry Hall: Wednesday 3pm

Radio Kerry Podcast

Radio Kerry Podcast

Baile Mhuire in Tralee provides a vital service for the elderly in the town and beyond every week, the bring about 30 seniors into their centre every day for food, medical care, and above all, a social outlet. Aiden Kelly explains how they’ve had to adapt their services in recent weeks.

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Testimonials

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George Galvin

First and foremost it gets you- out of the house, you meet people and that means a lot. My wife, Mary and I have benefited a lot from coming to Baile Mhuire.
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Mary Coglan

My husband died, I wouldn’t leave the house, my daughters told me about Baile Mhuire and I gave it a try and I am here 3 years. The staff are excellent.  
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Mary O'Dowd

From the minute you come in the door there is a great atmosphere. The staff and Matron make you feel very welcome and to be quite truthful I would be lost without Baile Mhuire.  

Bob Savage

We are very happy in Baile Mhuire and I have great friends here. We are treated very well here .The food and entertainment are very good here in Baile Mhuire. It’s home from home
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Mary Dowling

I love coming to Baile Mhuire. I have a lot of friends here and I enjoy the entertainment . The staff and management are fantastic here.
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Mary Thornton

I thoroughly enjoy it. I made lots of friends. The staff and management are all very nice.

If you have any questions call us on (066) 7123373