Roscommon Rapid Response will hold a public meeting in Boyle on Tuesday November 1st
The meeting is one of a series of public meetings throughout the county to inform community members and defibrillator groups about the Community Emergency Response System. They will also provide groups with a map of their defibrillator locations which will enable them to identify black spots and a draft outline of a proposal for Grant Aid.
The Community Response System enables a 4/5 minute medical response (quality CPR & Defibrillation) for Cardiac Arrest victims in your community. This 4/5 minute response time has been proven by medical research to achieve up to 75% survival rate for cardiac arrest victims. The current survival rate in Ireland is 5%.
The group say they can save lives in every community throughout Co. Roscommon with a very simple community emergency response system. Download the EmCall App to your phone for free.
Please attend any of the meetings listed below – all commence at 8.30 p.m. or 9 p.m. sharp and will last one hour. Individuals or Groups can, after meeting, discuss their individual issues:
Roscommon LEADER Partnership, Lanesboro Road, Roscommon 25th October 2022
Kilglass Gaels, GAA Clubhouse 26th October 2022
St Josephs Resource Centre, Boyle 1st November 2022
Castlerea O’Rourke Centre – 9 p.m. 2nd November 2022
Ballaghaderreen – The Shambles, Ballaghaderreen, 8th November 2022
Monksland- Community Centre 9th November 2022
Moore Community Centre – 9 p.m. 15th November 2022
Ballyleague/Lanesboro – Ballyleague Hall 16th November 2022
Community Emergency Response System – Cardiac Arrest
EmCall App report
Map of Defibrillator locations for Groups
Grant Aid Proposal – Black Spots in the County? Replacement AEDs?
Training for C.P.R.
Employment Investment Incentive Scheme – Community Fund
Community Emergency Response Systems Costs