Sunday, August 20, 2017
Frontline Issue 35

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On a holiday in Bratislava last summer, Mary de Paor visited two learning disability centre.

Post Office personnel in distant parts of the world sometimes confuse Ireland with Iceland, but Slovakia has a far worse identity problem: Slavic…Slavonic…Slovenian…Czechoslovakian. There...

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Reviewed by Maria Kennedy, Senior Occupational Therapist, Daughters of Charity Service, Blackrock, Co. Dublin

Lifeskills: a positive approach, by Monica Macnamara, an Irish occupational therapist, has been available since 1995. Over the last three years it has proven...

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by ‘Síle’ Carey

With the birth of the new group Borderline, an association for parents of persons with mild learning disabilities, I thought some of my worries...