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Hearing Loss Ireland

Hearing Loss Ireland

Hearing Loss Ireland is an association for people who acquire a hearing loss after developing their verbal communication skills.

We are a small Irish charitable and voluntary organisation who campaign for greater awareness about hearing loss, greater access to services and who generate support for each other.

Hearing Loss Ireland provides links to a range of supports and services for people with a hearing loss.

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www.calledi.ie

www.calledi.ie

The purpose of the Employer Disability Information service is to provide employers with an expert peer source of advice and information on employing staff with disabilities, with a view to enhancing the confidence and competence of individual employers to employ, manage and retain staff with disabilities. The ultimate aim is to promote increased employment of people with disabilities.

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Irish Deaf Kids

Irish Deaf Kids

Irish Deaf Kids (IDK) is a for-impact venture aimed at supporting inclusive mainstream education for deaf children in Ireland.

For parents, educators/teachers, deaf people and others, irishdeafkids.ie is an online web-based resource for guidance and discussion on best practice...

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National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS)

National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS)

The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) is the national charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people.

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Irish Deaf Youth Association

Irish Deaf Youth Association

The Irish Deaf Youth Association was set up on the 18th October 1976 by a group of Deaf youths in Athlone, Co. Westmeath. This midland location was chosen to allow youths from all over Ireland to attend a

conference to set the IDYA up on the road of representing Deaf youths in Ireland.

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Simply Signing

Simply Signing

Simply Signing’s mission is to promote the education of Irish Sign Language to all children, to provide a colourful access through our publications, devoted to early intervention and educational work with infants, children, educators and their caregivers.

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Sharing the Journey

Sharing the Journey

The origins of Sharing the Journey can be traced to March 2010 when its founding members, Theresa Eccles, Teresa McDonnell and Janet Rose, attended a conference on the future of Deaf Education in Ireland at Croke Park.
All three women are mothers of d/Deaf sons.

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Irish Deaf Society

Irish Deaf Society

The Irish Deaf Society as the National association Of the Deaf are proud to provide services from Deaf people for Deaf people.

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CIDP

CIDP

The mission of CIDP is to promote core Christian values by working with, enabling and serving the Deaf people of Ireland by...

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The Cork Deaf Association

Cork Deaf Association

The Cork Deaf Association is committed to the empowerment of Deaf and Hard of Hearing people in Cork city and county through the provision of information, advocacy and support services.  We aim to achieve a more inclusive society, where Deaf and Hard of Hearing people enjoy equality of opportunity, independence and full citizenship.

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Kerry Deaf Association

Kerry Deaf Association

To ensure Deaf adults, children, and their families have full access to services and information which are available in the Kerry region so they are able to be self determining, independent and able to participate at all levels in the Kerry Community.

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National Chaplaincy for Deaf People

National Chaplaincy for Deaf People

The NCDP believe that Deaf People like all people are called to know the Good News of Jesus Christ and to share fully and actively in the life of the Church. To support this belief and recognizing the distinctive need of Deaf People the Chaplaincy works with the Deaf Community to achieve its aim in the following ways.

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Deafblind Ireland

Deafblind Ireland

Deafblind Ireland is a new organisation being set up by deafblind people, their families and professionals working in this specialist field. It seeks to raise awareness of the uniquely disabling consequences of the combined loss of sight and hearing and to provide a source of support for people who are deafblind and their families and information and guidance to professionals.

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St Joseph’s School for Deaf Boys

St Joseph’s School for Deaf Boys

The Management , Staff and Pupils welcome you to our school website.
Our mission is to develop a safe, supportive, educational environment which meets the needs of our pupils and encourages positive social interaction and communication skills.

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St Mary’s School for Deaf Girls

St Mary’s School for Deaf Girls

St Mary’s School was founded in 1846 in the grounds of the Dominican Convent, Cabra, Dublin and is under the trusteeship of the Catholic Institute for the Deaf.

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Irish Deaf Sports Association

Irish Deaf Sports Association

belives that through recreational opportunities, sports training, and competition, deaf and hard of hearing people can benifit...

 

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Dublin Deaf Scouts

Dublin Deaf Scouts

191st Dublin Deaf Scout Group was founded in 1994 catering for Deaf children run by Deaf adults leaders. We communicate through Irish Sign Language (ISL) and our programme is designed to suit our Deaf scouts. There are plenty of photo albums to look at taken by some of the scouts during the years back.

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Assist Ireland

Assist Ireland

Welcome to assistireland.ie. This website is provided by the Citizens Information Board. It contains information on assistive technology and a directory of products available from Irish suppliers for people with disabilities and older people.

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RNID

RNID

The Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID) is charitable organization working on behalf of the UK’s 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people. The head office of RNID is in Islington, Central London (19-23

Featherstone Street, London EC1Y 8SL). Its President is Lord Ashley of Stoke. The Chief Executive is Jackie Ballard. Its Patron is the Duke of Edinburgh

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British Deaf Association

British Deaf Association

Welcome to the British Deaf Association
You’ve found your way to the BDA’s official website and to the home of the largest UK Deaf organisation run by Deaf people for Deaf people.
You’ll find all the latest news and information here, along with a list of the BDA Board of Trustees and a regular monthly feature from our Chair, Terry Riley.

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British Tinnitus Association

British Tinnitus Association

The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) was formed in 1979, became a fully registered charity in 1992 and has grown steadily since. From its base in Sheffield, the BTA helps and supports the public, professionals and organisations to achieve better tinnitus awareness. The BTA currently employs 6 members of staff.

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Forest Books

Forest Books

The Uk’s leading resource for Books, Dvd’s, CD-roms & other learning material relating to Deafness and Deaf issues.
Established in 1988 we have have built our reputation on knowledge and customer service. If you have any questions...

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