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Inclusion Ireland is a national rights-based advocacy organisation that is committed to the promotion of the rights of people with an intellectual disability and their families.

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Driver of Change

Connect Family Network section

We are connecting parent and family disability support groups and helping them to share concerns, keep them informed and ensure that their voice is heard. This Network also brings about greater participation of persons with a disability and family members in the design and delivery of services and supports.

Changing Places section

We are looking to introduce fully accessible toilets (which include both a hoist and a changing bench) to public places such as shopping centres, libraries and sporting arenas around Ireland. These facilities save families from the indignity of having to use toilet facilities that are not suitable to the needs of their loved ones.

Self Advocacy Resource Unit section

Inclusion Ireland is striving to share information on rights, services, training and law which affect persons with disabilities and we hope that by sharing information and connecting with like-minded people we will help strengthen self-advocacy work across Ireland.

Aras Attracta section

We have comprehensive information about individualised supported living that includes the Government’s new Personalised Budgets Task Force, our submission to the Department of Health and our ‘Tools for Independent Living’ seminar in Dublin.

Capacity Legislation campaign section

Find out the most updated information on the progress of the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act 2015, the long-awaited repeal of the Lunacy Regulation (Ireland) Act 1871 and the Ward of Court system in Ireland.

Useful information

We are committed to the development of Easy to Read materials. Easy to Read means that everybody can read and understand something. We have worked with HSE and Hiqa and also Government departments to produce documents.