Welcome to the Cork CIL CLG 2018 website. There are pages for leaders, staff, and jobs, as well as general information for people with disabilities, the general public, and students.
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- CIL CMH eBulletin, July 6th
- Global Wellness Monthly, July 2nd
- Beach Wheelchairs 2018
- DFI News Bulletin, May 29th
- SII Ezine, May 24th
- Cork CIL Annual General Meeting 2018
- Audio Described and Captioned Performance of Les Misérables at the BGE Theatre
- Seán’s Looking Straight Ahead After Spinal Surgery
- Accessing the City
Annual General Meeting 2018
On Tuesday 17th July 2018 Cork CIL held it Annual General meeting. A great thank you for all who attended and contributed to the meeting. The Annual Report 2017 and full Audited Accounts 2017 are available in our Publications section.
The Chairman’s Message 2017
In 2017 Cork CIL, with the support of the Board of Management, worked hard on its core services while also attending to difficult challenges and grasping promising opportunities.
With the future in mind, work was intensified on Cork CIL’s second strategic document. This document will set out our aims and objectives for the next 3-5 years and the way in which we hope to achieve them. We aim to build upon the successes of our previous strategic document and identify areas that need to be addressed. We have also consulted with people who use our services and all staff through the form of a survey to identify other key areas that need attending to.
We have identified that our focus of service delivery is somewhat narrow, as a result we have been exploring opportunities to diversify to support people with disabilities to enter the workplace. The Board of Cork CIL recognises that a lack of supports poses as a significant barrier to some highly educated and skilled people, who happen to have a disability, from entering the work force. While the issue of funding remains an obstacle, we are committed to exploring this further and testing its viability as a feasible strategic option for those with a disability who wish to enter the workplace.
The Board recognises the importance of a diverse representation from the professional and business sector to ensure sound organisational governance. We are proud that we have a comprehensive representation on the Board supporting our endeavours and we strive to improve our diversity in the coming year. In 2017 the Board was delighted to welcome James Conroy as a new member of the Board. James brings with him a valuable skillset from his work in IT and as a training clinical psychologist with the HSE, and as a former Personal Assistant with CCIL James’s experiences provide the Board with a unique viewpoint that the Board has not had before.
We Are Recruiting
We have a rolling recruitment campaign with a number of part-time opportunities. If you can make a difference, we want to hear from you. Visit our Working with CIL page for more information.
Cork CIL’s updated policies on child protection are now available.
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