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Please support the National Federation’s (NFVB) publicity campaign when politicians call to your door canvassing. Please print and hand to them this message, it will go a long way to supporting people with disabilities, their families and the section 39 pay restoration. Thank you #disabilityfundingcrisis Click here to download the message.

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Autism Favourable Environments

A person’s environment can be demanding. People experience their environment in different ways. One person may take in their environment visually, another using their sense of smell. It may matter to a person what part of the room they sit in, it may matter that there is space to run around. Here is a guide

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New Partnerships

We are delighted to announce that Gheel have partnered with Aldi in Maynooth and they will soon commence autism friendly quiet shopping hours at this store. Darragh Byrne of the Autism Practice Team met with the staff and provided autism awareness training over 2 days. The team at Aldi were very enthusiastic and keen to

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Shared Learning

It’s great to get the opportunity to develop links with other companies as there is value in shared learning. We had a great opportunity to visit a company in a very different field and see what we could learn from their processes and bring back to Gheel. We attended a workshop on “design thinking” at

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Giving Back!

Paul visited The Friends of St. Brigids Hospice and presented Ena Hanlon (Chairperson of St. Brigids) with a generous check of €413 which he raised by hosting a coffee morning in September. Paul was accompanied by Ann who helped Paul run the event.

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Physical Activity Education Programme

Gheel has been selected alongside 9 other organisations to roll out the Physical Activity Education Programme in 2020. This programme is for people with disabilities with a targeted delivery through adult day care services. Developed in partnership with the HSE, Cara (Sport Inclusion Ireland) and Sport Ireland, the aim of the programme is to increase

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