What is Frontline?
FRONTLINE was an Irish quarterly magazine published from 1989 to 2015 for people with intellectual disability, allied staff and families at the front line of intellectual disability.
What changes have been recently made?
In keeping with changes in society and technology FRONTLINE is now produced in this digital design accessed on the internet. That is the only change as FRONTLINE continues to do what it always has done.
What have we always done
Frontline provides a window on research and good practice, and a forum for people with intellectual disabilities and their advocates to exchange views and experiences.
What funds Frontline
FRONTLINE is a not-for-profit organisation with a voluntary editorial board of professionals and parents. In the past people paid a small fee for the paper magazine, whereas Frontline is now free on the internet, however frontline needs your donations and grant funding in this new development, “there is no free lunch”.