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Red Hill School
1 Day for Rehab
Rehab Lotteries Online
The ProMenPol project aims to support the practices and policies of mental health
promotion over the 2006-2009 period in schools, workplaces and older peopleâ€TMs residences. Rehab Group is a partner on the project
along with organisations from Germany, Austria, Ireland, Finland, Estonia, Greece
and Belgium. The project is Co-ordination Action funded by the European Commission
under the 6th Framework Programme.
The Chaseley Trust
The Citizens Information Board (formerly Comhairle) is the national support agency
responsible for supporting the provision of information, advice and advocacy on
Oasis provides frontline information on public services for use by the general public
National Disability Authority, on behalf of the state, promotes and helps secure
the rights of people with disabilities
Irish Government website will help you to find government organisations or information
by providing links, indices of recent publications and a search engine that searches
all government sites.
FÁS - the National Training and Employment Authority.
European Platform for Rehabilitation (EPR) is a network of leading European providers
of rehabilitation services to people with disabilities and others who are disadvantaged.
These services include vocational training and reintegration in the open labour
market, as well as medical rehabilitation and social care.
Workability International is the world's largest body representing providers of
work and employment services to people with a disability.
Rehabilitation International a federation of national and international organisations
and agencies working for "the prevention of disability, the rehabilitation of people
with disabilities and the equalisation of opportunities within society on behalf
of persons with disabilities and their families throughout the world".
Activelink is the online network for Irish Non-Profit Organisations
Headway is the National Association for Acquired Brain Injury. The organisation
provides community-based services to individuals and their families affected by
acquired brain injury in Ireland.
Brí (meaning strength and understanding in Irish) is a charity organisation that
provides support and information to people with brain injuries, their families,
carers and friends. It runs nationwide support groups and is dedicated to advocating
for all those affected by brain injury.