Inclusion Ireland and Down Syndrome Ireland to host 'Sanctuary'

Inclusion Ireland and Down Syndrome Ireland will mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities by jointly hosting the Blue Teapot production of 'Sanctuary' at Dublin's Liberty Hall Theatre in December. To book tickets please click here.

Respite Care Grant cross-party meeting

Inclusion Ireland addressed a cross-party meeting in Leinster House yesterday on the €325 cut to the Respite Care Grant.

The Best Will in the World

Inclusion Ireland is delighted to be participating in Best Will in the World Week. During this week solicitors across the country offer will consultations for a fee of €50. People interested in making their will, or updating an existing will, are asked to consider leaving a gift to their favourite charity (Including Inclusion Ireland and many other charities) once loved ones have been taken care of. Inclusion Ireland will also be holding 3 'Making a Will Workshops', to be held in Drogheda, Galway and Dublin. 

Budget 2015 offers little hope to people with an intellectual disability

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin announced Budget 2015 to Dail Eireann on Tuesday. Read below to view Inclusion Ireland's reaction to the Budget or click here to view it in PDF format.

National Disability Platform set out future goals

The National Disability Platform of Self-Advocates have set out their goals for the next three years after holding a two-day planning meeting in Dublin last Sunday and Monday, WRITES ADRIAN NOONAN.

Inclusion Ireland Autumn / Winter Training & Events

Following on from the popular training calendar earlier this year, Inclusion Ireland is launching the Autumn & Winter calendar. With events on popular topics such as Making a Will, Relationships & Marriage, HIQA Standards, Social Welfare Applications and Appeals and Financial Decisions to be held in Dublin, Drogheda, Kilkenny, Cork, Portlaoise and Carrick on Shannon.


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