Assessment of Need: Citizens Information Board explanation of assessment of need procedure
Frontline: Frontline is an online magazine which was established in print format in 1989 for people interested in issues relating to intellectual disability. It provides information on good practice, and a forum for people with intellectual disabilities and their advocates to exchange views and experiences. Frontline is a not-for-profit organisation with a voluntary editorial board of professionals and parents. For submissions to Frontline, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the Frontline Ireland website
NCSE: National Council for Special Education, including listing of Special Education Needs Organisers.
IATSE: Irish Association of Teachers in Special Education
Special Education Support Service: the role of the Special Education Support Service (SESS) is to enhance the quality of learning and teaching in relation to special educational provision. The SESS operates under the remit of the Teacher Education Section of the Department of Education and Skills.
Factsheets on Disability from Citizens Information Board (CIB):
Health charges were discussed at the Inclusion Ireland Capacity Seminar 2007
Moneycounts.ie: MoneyCounts is a free to use web based resource, which was developed by St. John of God Carmona Services & MABS. MoneyCounts is designed for people with an intellectual disability.
Mabs.ie: Money and Advice and Budgeting Service.