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27.8.2013 Ongoing concerns about cuts to disability services

Once again this week, cuts to disability services were to the fore with a number of representative groups coming out to highlight their concerns. » read more


20.8.2013 DFI highlights concern over Ministers letter

The Disability Federation of Ireland has highlighted its concern at the letter written by Minister of State, Kathleen Lynch to parents of a group of intellectually disabled children in Galway. » read more


20.8.2013 NAI Pre Budget Submission 2014 now available

The NAI has published its pre budget submission for 2014. » read more


19.8.2013 Minister acknowledges impact of cuts to disability services

Minister of State for Disability, Kathleen Lynch, has acknowledged that cuts to services are likely to impact on the availability of places to people with intellectual disability who are due to leave school this year. » read more


15.8.2013 Minister for Education to establish working group on resource teaching

Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn has announced the formation of a working group to develop a new model for allocating resource teachers in schools from 2013/2014. » read more


14.8.2013: HSE Deficit raises fears of cutbacks

The latest HSE performance report indicates that the HSE is currently running at a deficit of 50m. » read more


13.8.2013: Charities facing cuts at a time of increased demand

Funding cuts and a drop in public donations are forcing many charities to suspend or cut back on important services. » read more


9.8.2013: Disability CEO calls on the Government to honour its pre election promises.

Mr John Dolan, CEO of the Disability Federation of Ireland highlighted the ongoing impact of cutbacks on people with disabilities. » read more


7.8.2013: Continuing coverage of medical card issue

The issue of discretionary medical cards for people with neurological conditions continues to receive coverage in the media on an ongoing basis this week. » read more


1.8.2013 Concern over access to emergency medical cards for people with neurological conditions

The NAI is increasingly concerned at reports that people with terminal neurological conditions are having difficulty applying for a discretionary medical card. » read more


30.7.2013 NAI extends deepest sympathy to the family of Colm Murray

The Neurological Alliance of Ireland extends its deepest sympathy to the family, friends and colleagues of Colm Murray. » read more


30.7.2013 Concern over waiting list for nursing home places

Concern is growing over waiting lists and access to nursing home places. » read more

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