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Deputy Jack Chambers asked the Minister for Education and Skills the status of funding regarding Caranua; the funding received by Caranua; the funding yet to be received; the number of survivors awaiting payment for services; when the Caranua fund is due to cease operations
Deputy Catherine Connolly asked the Minister for Education and Skills when the outstanding contributions from religious congregations amounting to €6.37 million to the residential institutions statutory fund will be collected;
Regarding medical cards, eligibility for a medical card is established primarily on the basis of financial assessment. There are currently no proposals to extend automatic eligibility for medical cards to survivors who have accessed Caranua.
We publish regular updates on applications to Caranua and this one provides information to the 30th April 2019.
We are happy to publish the minutes of our Board meetings so that Board activities and decisions are accountable.
On the 11th May 2019 Caranua came together with the Christine Buckley Centre and friends in the Edmund Burke Theatre in Trinity College for a conference called Facing the future together – Ireland’s lifelong responsibility to the survivors of institutional abuse. May...