Posts Tagged ‘useful’

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WAM Programme – 21 Paid Work Placements Within Civil Service

If you are a graduate with a disability/specific learning difficulty seeking valuable work experience, the AHEAD WAM (Willing Able Mentoring) Programme, which offers a six month, paid, mentored work placement, may be the opportunity you have been waiting for!     What is WAM? WAM (Willing Able Mentoring) is an initiative of AHEAD funded by the Department […]

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Sharing the Journey – Summer Project 2012

Sharing the Journey have arranged their upcoming events for this summer 2012. This is aimed at children and teenagers. We have included a link where you can view the poster. We would enourage you to check it out. Please feel free to forward the poster to your members, families, friends and many more. You can […]

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Placement available in Dell, Limerick

Work Placement Opportunity for Graduates with Disabilities/Specific Learning Difficulties in Dell, Limerick. If you are a graduate with a disability/specific learning difficulty seeking valuable work experience, the AHEAD WAM (Willing Able Mentoring) Programme, which offers a six month, paid, mentored work placement, may be the opportunity you have been waiting for. Applications are currently being […]

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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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) & […]

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Working Abroad USIT Information Workshop

Are you interested in working abroad but don’t know where to start? USIT will be giving an information night where they will talk about all your working abroad options in Canada, USA, Austrailia, New Zealand etc… You will have the opportunity to ask questions you may have and get a goodie bag! Location: DDA (Deaf […]

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The Remote Interpreting Service (RIS) is looking for a logo!

The Remote Interpreting Service (RIS) is looking for a logo!  RIS is a new service from DeafHear, IDS and SLIS- it’s being rolled out throughout the country in the public services. We’re looking for a logo that can be put up in the offices to show Deaf people that RIS is available there without them […]

Deafhood Congress Click here to attend the event on Facebook

Deafhood Congress

Keynote speaker: Dr. Paddy Ladd – Author of “Understanding Deaf Culture” and lecturer in Bristol University Two Irish presenters: John Bosco Conama and Teresa Lynch with other few guests. Opportunity to discuss isssues related to Deaf experience To Talk about past actions and future actions that impact the Deaf community. Check out on Irish Deaf […]

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Important Announcement – IDYA XXV Anniversary

Hello everyone,The Irish Deaf Youth Association will be having their 25 Years Anniversary in the Radisson Hotel, Athlone this November 12th. Tickets cost €55 which must be paid in full by 21st October. Ticket can be paid in installments by placing a non-refundable deposit of €20. **PLEASE NOTE:** This event is not just for 18-35, […]

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Irish Deaf News 98

Eddie Redmond signs the news for this week: 1. Irish girl from Leitrim received liver transplant in London 2. Presidential Election – Sinn Fein to nominate this weekend and David Norris may return 3. Swansea Valley miners trapped – one dead 4. Travellers in UK used slaves at their sites 5. David Cameron and Nicolas […]