Make Way Day, which took place yesterday, is a National Public Awareness Campaign held annually to highlight the issues people with disabilities face getting around their local communities. People with disabilities give the public gentle reminders to consider the needs of PWDs when using the public spaces we all share.
This year saw a strong contingent from Cork CIL campaigning on the streets of Cork, as reported in The Irish Times (see photo below).
The Change Guide features helpful and practical advice from practitioners, leaders, service users, and staff that focuses on people and culture. This Change Guide supports service and quality improvement, and is intended to complement the transformation work taking place within the Health Service Executive (HSE).
- Achieving a Right to Personal Assistance Report
- St Vincent de Paul Bundoran Holiday Centre
- Independent Living Movement Ireland (ILMI) Launches as New Disabled People’s Organisation
- Accessing the City
- Stella Young: I’m Not Your Inspiration, Thank You Very Much