Sunday, August 20, 2017
Frontline Issue 39

To learn more about supported employment in practice, Maryvonne Galleau spoke with young office worker Suzanne Lyons, her mother Valerie, her work supervisor Marie Griffin of Aon Insurance Managers (Dublin) Ltd., and Catherine Kenneally, Coordinator of Employment Support Services at STEP Enterprises.

STEP Enterprises, a service of the Hospitaller Order of St John of God, provides a variety of work options to approximately 140 men and...

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Steve Williamson, IT & Information Officer, MENCAP NI

The number of organisations within Ireland, both voluntary and government, which offer a service for people with learning disabilities and their families is often...

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Mary de Paor travelled to the end of the Oregon Trail and returned with the story of a small training centre in rural America.

Mount Angel is a small town in west coast Oregon, USA. Land in the Willamette Valley is fertile, with prosperous market-gardens and nurseries; most...

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The NAMHI AGM Plenary Session featured panel of seven speakers. Below are extracts from the speeches of three participants whose roles are not always given prominence in the complex partnership equation by Seamus Mannion, Regional Manager, Community Services, Western Health Board

SERVICE FUNDER For some years the Western Health Board (WHB) has recognised the value of working closely with service providers and recipients of the service....

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by Mary de Paor

Borderline National Association of Ireland held its first Annual General Meeting on 25 April 1999, in Barry’s Hotel in Dublin. The association, which aims...