What was 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. Frontline continued as an online publication until June 2021 & then voluntarily wound down as an organisation.
As there is still a large degree of interest in the articles, a decision was made to keep the print & online archive of articles live.
What Frontline did?
Frontline provided a window on research and good practice, and a forum for people with intellectual disabilities and their advocates to exchange views and experiences.
What funded Frontline?
FRONTLINE was a not-for-profit organisation with a voluntary editorial board of professionals and parents.