Posts Tagged ‘access’

Usher Syndrome Awareness Night

Usher Syndrome Awareness Night

Did you know that everyone with Usher Syndrome is born deaf or hard of hearing? There are three different types of Usher Syndrome. It is the main cause of deafblindness! The IDYA are holding an awareness night for you to find out more about Usher Syndrome. You will have the opportunity to find out what […]

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Deafhood Workshop

Deafhood Ireland have teamed up with the IDYA to provide Deafhood workshops only for those 18 – 35 and at once off special reduced rate. Deafhood Ireland have been very successful in running these workshops and there is currently a waiting list with over 100 people on the waiting list but you as an IDYA […]

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WAM – Paid Work Placements with ESB & Abbott Ireland

The AHEAD WAM Programme now has 10 work placement opportunities available for graduates with disabilities with ESB & Abbott Ireland. The placements are for a full time working week, are paid, mentored and for a period of 6 months. The placements are available across a variety of disciplines and in the following companies: ESB (Dublin) & […]

Guide for Parents of Deaf Children

On the 16th June 2011, the Irish Deaf Society had a launch of their published Guidebook for Parents of Deaf Children in Mansion House with Eamon Gilmore launching the book. The book was funded by St.Stephen’s Green Trust. If you would like to download a soft copy of the Guidebook in pdf format, click on; Guide […]

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WAM Opportunities with IBM Ireland

        Hi Everyone, I hope you are enjoying the summer break! Here at WAM, we currently have 3 work placements available for graduates with disabilities with IBM Ireland based in Dublin. I’m attaching the flyer for further information. I would be most grateful if you could forward the attached information to your […]

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3 New WAM Opportunities with Covidien & Abbott Ireland

Hi Everyone, I hope you are enjoying the summer break! Here at WAM, we currently have 3 work placements available for graduates with disabilities. I’m attaching two flyers, one outlining the opportunity available with Covidien and based in Dublin and the other which outlines the opportunities available with Abbott Ireland in Clonmel, Tipperary. I would […]

The “Very Proud” Board Members of IDYA

The “Very Proud” Board Members of Irish Deaf Youth Association | IDYA. From left to right: Ronan Dunne (Board Member), Paul Ryder (Treasurer), Carmel Duggan (Board Member), Robert Archer (Vice-Chairperson), Ronan Lowry (Secretary), Caroline McGrotty (Chairperson) and Sally Byrne (Member). The Irish Deaf Youth Association has finally launched its brand new website (www.irishdeafyouth.com). The launch […]

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DS3 Project Summer School 2011

DS3 Project have a summer school 2011 which it’s held on the 29th and 30th of June. This is a fantastic opportunity for all students who will be completing or completed their Leaving Certificate recently. We would recommend you to go ahead to DS3’s workshop to find out more about the 3rd Level services and […]

Remote Interpreting Service

Three organisations in the Deaf sector, DeafHear.ie, the Irish Deaf Society (IDS) and the Sign Language Interpreting Service SLIS, have come together to develop a remote Irish Sign Language (ISL) interpreting project called IRIS. Remote interpreting involves the delivery of sign language interpreting services through the use of a webcam and video software transmitted over […]

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Citizen’s Information – Live Advisor Online

The Citizen’s Information Centre is a great source of information about almost anything and everything you want to know. Be it for grants, Social Welfare Benefits, looking for jobs, unsure about your tax, absolutely anything! So now there’s an easy way to contact the CIC without having to go into their office or trying to […]