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  • Play for All | DESSA
    Resources Publications Access Inside Out Play for All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Play for All Submitted by Dessa Admin on Wed 10 07 2013 17 35 Providing play facilities for disabled children You can also a pdf of this publication Play for All pdf Acknowledgements Foreword An Introduction to DESSA Introduction What is play and why is

    Original URL path: http://www.dessa.ie/publications/play-all (2016-02-07)
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  • Evaluation Report - DESSA’s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation: A Framework | DESSA
    All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Submitted by Dessa Admin on Fri 19 07 2013 12 00 A study commissioned by DESSA Disability Equality Specialist Support Agency Ralaheen Ltd Unit 21 Central Hotel Chambers 7 9 Dame Court Exchequer Street Dublin 2 March 20 2009 Dr Pauline Conroy

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  • DESSA | Disability Equality Specialist Support Agency
    1 DESSA TRAINING OPPORTUNITES DESSSA FETAC LEVEL 6 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND ADVOCACY TRAINING The training will be held in Dublin Venue to be confirmed Read more about DESSA TRAINING OPPORTUNITES Bachelor of Arts Disability Equality Studies In Partnership with St Angela s College Sligo we have now developed a part time BA Disability Equality Studies DESSA are the National Leaders in developing and delivering socail inclusion initiatives and effective mainstreaming

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  • Links | DESSA
    Unit Rooskey County Monaghan Tel 047 38918 Fax 047 38682 Email admin irishadvocacynetwork com Web www irishadvocacynetwork com Irish Deaf Society Head Office 30 Blessington Street Dublin 7 Tel 01 8601878 Email info irishdeafsociety ie Web www irishdeafsociety ie Mental Health Ireland Head Office Mensana House 6 Adelaide Street Dun Laoghaire County Dublin Tel 01 2841166 Fax 01 2841736 Email info mentalhealthireland ie Web www mentalhealthireland ie Headsup Roslyn Park Beach Road Sandymount Dublin 4 Tel 01 2057200 Email info headsup ie Web www headups ie Irish Wheelchair Association Head Office Blackheath Drive Clontarf Dublin 3 Tel 01 8186400 Email info iwa ie Web www iwa ie Dublin City Childcare Committee Distillers Building Smithfield Dublin 7 Tel 01 8733696 Fax 01 8734488 Email info dccc ie Web www childcareonline ie Disability Liaison Access Officer South Dublin South Dublin County Council County Hall Tallaght Dublin 24 Tel 01 4149041 Fax 01 4149203 Web www sdcc ie Deafhear 35 North Fredrick Street Dublin 1 Tel 01 8175700 Fax 01 8723816 Email info deafhear ie Web www deafhear ie National Council for the Blind Ireland NCBI Head Office Whitworth Road Drumcondra Dublin 9 Locall 1850334353 Fax 01 8307787 Email info ncbi ie Web

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  • Contact Us | DESSA
    Us Our Board of Directors Our Staff Who do we work with Supporting Families Programme Mainstreaming Participation Training Access Inside Out Accessible Facilities Disability Equality Proofing Disability Equality Training Programme Resources Publications Access Inside Out Play for All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Contact Us Your name Your e mail address Subject Message Alternatively you can visit our

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  • Photo Gallery | DESSA
    Disability Equality Training Programme Resources Publications Access Inside Out Play for All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Dessa DFI Graduation DESSA would like to congratulate the participants who completed the DESSA DFI joint advocacy initiative Practical Self Advocacy Fetac level 6 Community Development and Advocacy training The graduation took place on 24th September 2013 in the

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  • DESSA TRAINING OPPORTUNITES | DESSA
    Training Programme Resources Publications Access Inside Out Play for All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery DESSA TRAINING OPPORTUNITES DESSSA FETAC LEVEL 6 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND ADVOCACY TRAINING The training will be held in Dublin Venue to be confirmed The course will run over six days on the following dates 22nd 23rd October 5th 6th November 3rd 4th December

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  • Bachelor of Arts (Disability Equality Studies) | DESSA
    Programme Mainstreaming Participation Training Access Inside Out Accessible Facilities Disability Equality Proofing Disability Equality Training Programme Resources Publications Access Inside Out Play for All Evaluation Report DESSA s Steps to Mainstreaming Participation A Framework Latest News Links Contact Us Photo Gallery Bachelor of Arts Disability Equality Studies In Partnership with St Angela s College Sligo we have now developed a part time BA Disability Equality Studies DESSA are the National Leaders in developing and delivering socail inclusion initiatives and effective mainstreaming for and with disabled people and their families This partnership provides and opportunity to work with experts in the field and also creates a connection to community services and Disability Equality Networks facilitated by DESSA This programme will be delivered in a blended learning format This means that students will study independently at home supported by on line lectures and assignments and they will attend a small number of work shops which will be scheduled throughout the academic year from September to May Depending on the number and locations of students theses workshops may be offered in various geographic locations in Ireland DESSA and St Angela s College are also delighted that the programme will have a strong input

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