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  • FÁS - Listen to this Website with BrowseAloud
    difficulties It offers a practical website access service to people who find it easier to listen to rather than read the content of our website We have teamed up with Texthelp Systems to provide their Browsealoud service which gives our visitors the chance to listen to our web content How does it work When you move your mouse over the text on a website Browsealoud will read that word sentence or paragraph to you highlighting the text on the screen as it reads Once installed it can be customised to allow you to choose a male or female voice and change the speed pitch and volume of the reader If desired it can also read an entire page from where your cursor points Other features include a Text Magnification Display option and Talking Dictionary Browsealoud makes using the Internet easier for people who have low literacy and reading skills English as a second language dyslexia and mild visual impairment Please note it is not designed as a screen reader for the blind or anyone with a severe visual impairment If you need this technology there are commercial third party products available such as JAWS and SuperNova How to install and use Browsealoud Browsealoud is free to use All you have to do is simply install the free Browsealoud software Step 1 Download the software from the Browsealoud website Note You only need to do this ONCE and the software is FREE Step 2 Once the software is installed on your computer you will be able to listen to any website offering the Browsealoud service Other websites where you can use Browsealoud User guide The Browsealoud user guide is available on the Browsealoud website for PC and for Mac users Also have a look at the Browsealoud FAQs on their website

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  • FÁS - The Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005
    Statement The Re use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 Freedom of Information Help Forms Useful Links Social Media Acceptable Usage Policy General Information home General Information The Re use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 The Re use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 Statutory Instrument 279 of 2005 FÁS complies with the Regulations on the Re use of Public Sector Information The Regulations are available at http www psi gov ie psi documentation background information Information and documents obtained from this website may be reproduced and or re used free of charge subject to the latest PSI licence available at http www psi gov ie psi documentation background information Re use includes copying issuing copies to the public publishing broadcasting and translating into other languages It also covers non commercial research and study All of the information featured on this website is the copyright of FÁS unless otherwise indicated FÁS produces other data reports and analyses from time to time which may not be published on our website These documents may be available under the terms of the Regulations SI 279 of 2005 by written application to Mandy Osborne FOI Unit FÁS 27 33 Upper Baggot Street Dublin

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  • FÁS - Foras Áiseanna Saothair
    Opportunities Search Home Accessibility A Z Forms Home Training About Us Contact Us Oops Page Not Found We re sorry unfortunately this link is not in operation right now Please refer to our homepage www fas ie to be redirected to your area of interest If you typed the address make sure the spelling is correct If you clicked on a link the link may be outdated or broken Visit

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  • FÁS - Help
    Skills Certification Scheme eCollege Employment by occupation Freedom of Information Publications Resources Safe Pass Social Inclusion Equal Opportunities Search Home Accessibility A Z Forms Home Apprenticeship Training About Us Contact Us Disclaimer Privacy Statement for FÁS A Z Index for FÁS website Accessibility Statement The Re use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 Freedom of Information Help Forms Useful Links Social Media Acceptable Usage Policy General Information home General Information

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  • FÁS - Foras Áiseanna Saothair
    Opportunities Search Home Accessibility A Z Forms Home Training About Us Contact Us Oops Page Not Found We re sorry unfortunately this link is not in operation right now Please refer to our homepage www fas ie to be redirected to your area of interest If you typed the address make sure the spelling is correct If you clicked on a link the link may be outdated or broken Visit

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/General/Help/selectedValue; (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Assistive Technology
    353 work National Technical Support Number 1850 923 060 work fax Fax 353 0 1 830 7787 stuart lawlor ncbi ie http www ncbi ie Centre for Inclusive Technology part of NCBI Focuses on designing testing and using accessible information and communication technologies ICT work Tel 353 0 1 882 1915 info cfit ie Central Remedial Clinic CRC Client Technical Services Vernon Avenue Clontarf Dublin 3 work Tel 353 0 1 805 7400 lmccormack crc ie http www crc ie National Association for Deaf People NAD Deaftec Department 35 North Frederick Street Dublin 1 work Tel 353 0 1 872 3800 work Minicom 353 0 1 817 5777 work Text Messages 353 0 1 878 3629 work fax Fax 353 0 1 872 3816 nad iol ie http www nadi ie Media Conversion Service MCS The MCS converts information and documents into formats accessible to people with vision impairments for a range of public and private clients The MCS provides 3 specific services conversion into Braille and audio formats audio description and MCS consultancy and QA services For more details on MCS rates and general information contact Lina Kouzi NCBI Library and MCS Manager Unit 29 Finglas Business Centre Jamestown

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Useful+Links/Assistive+Technology.htm (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Disability
    Schizophrenia Sensory Difficulties Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Stroke Visual Impairment Blind Irish Government Depts State Organisations Labour Market Research Social Inclusion Vocational Guidance Useful Links home Useful Links Disability Disability Government Departments Government Department Listing Dept of Social Family Affairs Dept of Health Children Dept of Education Science Revenue Commissioners Dept of Enterprise Trade Employment Dept of Justice Equality Law Reform Agencies National Disability Authority Citizens Information Board Equality Authority Action for Mobility tel 353 0 1 837 8633 AHEAD Central Remedial Clinic Centre for Independent Living Disability Federation of Ireland Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland GROW tel 353 0 21 277 520 Irish Wheelchair Association NAMHI National Federation of Voluntary Bodies National Council for the Blind in Ireland Polio Fellowship of Ireland The Rehab Group Create Disabilities Associated Organisations AIDS HIV Alcoholism Alzheimer s Disease Arthritis Arthritis Ireland Asperger Syndrome Asthma Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD Autism Cancer Cerebral Palsy Coeliac Disease Colitis Crohn s Disease Cystic Fibrosis Depression Diabetes Drug Abuse Dyslexia Dyspraxia Eating Disorders Epilepsy Fibromyalgia Friedreich s Ataxia Haemophilia Head Injuries Health Difficulties Deaf or Hard of Hearing Heart Disease Intellectual Disability Kidney Disease Mental Health Disorders Migraine Motor Neurone Disease MND Multiple Sclerosis MS Muscular Dystrophy

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Useful+Links/Disability/default.htm (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Irish Government Depts & State Organisations
    Government Depts State Organisations Labour Market Research Social Inclusion Vocational Guidance Useful Links home Useful Links Irish Government Depts State Organisations Irish Government Depts State Organisations Irish Government Departments of Agriculture and Food Arts Sports and Tourism Communications Marine and Natural Resources Community Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs Defence Education and Science Enterprise Trade and Employment Environment Heritage and Local Government Finance Foreign Affairs Health and Children Justice Equality and Law

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Useful+Links/Irish+Government+Depts+and+State+Organisations.htm (2015-10-29)
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