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23/06/2016 - 09:35

The report, developed by Mental Health Reference Group, details the way in which mental health services will ensure the views of service users, family members and carers are taken on board to influence the design and development of those services in Ireland.

21/06/2016 - 14:40

When working with people with intellectual disabilities, providing information in accessible formats is a cornerstone of all activites. John O'Brien translated the Theory U Process in easy-to-read language, to facilitate the understanding of all people involved in 'The New Paths to Inclusion Network' project, regardless of their disability.

17/06/2016 - 14:36

This report puts together evidence to support the development of peer support roles across health and social care services. It has been designed to increase understanding of peer support and how it benefits people using services, those in peer support roles, other practitioners and the service itself.

17/06/2016 - 10:47

This guide offers practical advice about consulting with people with disabilities and reducing barriers to full participation in their communities.

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23/06/2016 - 09:35

The report, developed by Mental Health Reference Group, details the way in which mental health services will ensure the views of service users, family members and carers are taken on board to influence the design and development of those services in Ireland.

21/06/2016 - 14:40

When working with people with intellectual disabilities, providing information in accessible formats is a cornerstone of all activites. John O'Brien translated the Theory U Process in easy-to-read language, to facilitate the understanding of all people involved in 'The New Paths to Inclusion Network' project, regardless of their disability.

17/06/2016 - 14:36

This report puts together evidence to support the development of peer support roles across health and social care services. It has been designed to increase understanding of peer support and how it benefits people using services, those in peer support roles, other practitioners and the service itself.

17/06/2016 - 10:47

This guide offers practical advice about consulting with people with disabilities and reducing barriers to full participation in their communities.

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The UCD Centre for Disability Studies will celebrate their 20th anniversary with a one-day seminar with a selection of experienced practitioners speaking about key issues in the disability field. 

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This is a not-for-profit event which aims to present a unique opportunity to campaigners for social change to gain insight and learning of key skills from a panel of over fifty five experts.
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From July 22-28, 2016 in Toronto, Canada, the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference will take place. People will have the opportunity to join international investigators, clinicians and care providers as they gather to share the latest study results, theories and discoveries that will help bring the world closer to breakthroughs in dementia science.

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Theory U - A Way to Change Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities

When working with people with intellectual disabilities, providing information in accessible formats is a cornerstone of all activites. John O'Brien translated the Theory U Process in easy-to-read language, to facilitate the understanding of all people involved in 'The New Paths to Inclusion Network' project, regardless of their disability.

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