Who are we?
We are the Union on the Hill Self-Advocacy Group.
We are a group of self-advocates who want to make a difference for people with a disability.
We have a supporter, but we are independent!
What does the Group do?
We meet every couple of weeks in Dublin on a Monday evening.
We talk about problems in our lives.
We share stories.
We support each other.
We give each other advice.
We follow up on problems that people bring to the group.
We organise events – we will be soon be doing an anti-bullying seminar.
Who can join the Group?
Any person with a disability!
Any person with a disability who wants to learn how to speak up for themselves!
Any person with a disability that needs support!
Any person with a disability that wants to be more independent!
What the Group wants to gain
We want to make sure people with a disability have their rights respected.
We want to help people with a
disability build their confidence. We want to support each other. We want to let people with a
disability know that bullying is wrong. We want to give people a voice! We want to give people a chance! We want to get people to listen!
Other information about Union on the Hill
We are open to all people with a disability! Everything we speak about is private and will go no further- Everything that is told in the group
is confidential. We will listen to everybody’s story. We are completely independent!
WE WANT MORE PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY TO JOIN OUR GROUP!! DO YOU WANT TO JOIN?
If so, contact Phil Davy, Chairperson of the Group (Tel: 086.3797165) or Clíona Ní Chualáin, Support Person to the Group (Tel: 01.8559891)