AHEAD (Association for Higher Education Access and Disability)
Works to promote full access to and participation in further and higher education for students with disabilities, and to enhance their employment prospects; includes resources, information about their programmes and research, training services, and contacts.
Arts and Disability Directory
A database of resources and contacts, produced as a collaborative effort by the two Arts Councils on the island of Ireland for people with an interest in disability and/or arts.
An online resource with information on assistive technology and a directory of products available from Irish suppliers.
Formerly the National Association for Deaf People formed to promote the welfare of deaf people and their families. Includes information about their network of resource centres, sign language and lip-reading classes, news, and contacts.
Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland
Describes this organisation for disabled drivers in Ireland and offers information on its driving school, plus background information on car adaptations and equipment.
Offers a variety of support systems for children and adults with disabilities, based on principles of access, inclusion, and equality; includes a description of their services, news, events, and a history.
A national voluntary organisation promoting the rights of people with an intellectual disability; includes details of their campaigns, advocacy, publications, and a library of resources.
Irish Deaf Society
The national representative organisation of Deaf and hard of hearing people; includes details of membership, services, advocacy, projects, resources, and contacts.
A comprehensive resource and directory with details of products. employment, education and services for the deaf community of Ireland.
Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind
Providing information about the guide dog programme and the organisation's services, plus details of how to volunteer and ways to assist.
Irish Wheelchair Association
Provides of assisted living and mobility services to people with limited mobility; also has an advocacy role. Includes information about their services, facilities, and volunteer network.
National Disability Authority
Promotes and helps secure the rights of people with disabilities and includes policy development, research and advice on standards.
National Federation of Arch Clubs
Aims to enrich the lives of people with special needs and their families. Provides a national listing of their clubs and contacts, with information about their activities and news.
Provides a wide range of training, employment, health and social care for adults and young people with disabilities; describes their programmes and services, with contacts and a directory of local centres.