Inclusion Ireland's Changing Places campaign

Inclusion Ireland is currently working on a Changing Places Ireland campaign that aims to introduce fully accessible toilets to public places such as shopping centres, libraries and sporting arenas around Ireland. Please click here to see why Changing Places facilities are so important.

Changes to resource teaching hours for children with education needs

Resource teaching hours are allocated to schools in two ways - an allocation is given to a pupil with a diagnosis that is listed in Circular 02/05 or a school is allocated resources under the general allocation model (GAM).

Contact details for Confidential Recipient Leigh Gath

The contact details for Confidential Recipient Leigh Gath are now available. Ms Gath will take complaints about disability services from whistleblowers following revelations relating to the Aras Attracta care home in Swinford, Co Mayo and similar facilities. 

Pathways to Possibilities training bound for Limerick

Pathways to Possibilities is an exciting training course run by parents for parents alongside professsionals as allies. Parents and staff will work together on the course. The course is structured in collaborative workshops with practical outcomes. The course takes six days, over one month. Inclusion Ireland is hosting this popular course in Limerick on January 19th, 20th, 21st and February 4th, 5th, 12th.

Inclusion Ireland launches new self-advocacy resource unit

Inclusion Ireland has launched a new dedicated webpage called Self-Advocacy Resource Unit which will provide news, information and materials to self-advocacy groups around Ireland. To view the new section please click here.

Inclusion Ireland welcomes appointment of confidential recipient

Inclusion Ireland has welcomed the newly appointed confidential recipient who will take complaints about disability services from whistleblowers following revelations relating to Aras Attracta care home in Swinford, Co Mayo and similar facilities.

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