Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Inclusion Ireland News

Burren View Child Development Centre, Galway

An Taoiseach Mr Brian Cowen, TD formally opened the Burren View Child Development Centre in Galway on 25 September 2009. The centre provides a specialist educational service to children who have learning and physical disabilities, aged 3 to 6 years. It is run by the Brothers of Charity Services in Galway. When the centre was established in 1990 staff...

Brothers of Charity Services Galway receive council on Quality and Leadership (CQL) Accreditation

The Brothers of Charity Services in Ireland have been awarded the Council on Quality and Leadership Accreditation. CQL is a long.established international accreditation body for disability services. A team from CQL conducted a thorough and comprehensive review of the Galway services in June 2009. This involved an examination of all aspects of the services provided, and included interviews with...

Inclusion Ireland AGM,

31 March–1st April 2006 There was no 45th annual meeting of ‘namhi’ this year. Instead, phoenix-like, the newly registered company Inclusion Ireland held its first Annual General Meeting, at the Radisson Hotel outside Limerick, on 31 March and 1 April 2006. The limited-company status of the ‘new’ organisation called for some changes in procedures and terminology, but the ‘faces’ remained...