On the weekend of 24th to the 26th February 2012 - "Supports and Developments in Mental Health Care" is the title of a seminar being organised by Waterford County Council, in the Park Hotel, Dungarvan.
This online resource provides information on assistive technology and a directory of products available from Irish suppliers.
Respect, Solidarity, Inclusion for People with Intellectual Disabilities
National association for people with an intellectual disability
Welcome to the Good Practice in Accessibility website for Irish local authorities. This website is an initiative of the LGMSB Communications Subgroup of the LGMSB Disability Act 2005 Steering Group.
The national association for deaf people in Ireland
NCBI is an organisation providing practical support and services to people who are living with sight loss in Ireland. We also provide a range of services to public and private organisations to make sure that their services are accessible to people who are blind and vision impaired.
The National Disability Authority is the lead state agency on disability issues, providing independent expert advice to Government on policy and practice.
Since 1979, we have been campaigning against gobbledygook, jargon and misleading public information. We have helped many government departments and other official organisations with their documents, reports and publications. We believe that everyone should have access to clear and concise information.
Help on reading, writing or numbers. Help for organisations trying to use less jargon and to make their websites more understandable.