Links to lots more useful information
Where to go if you are a parent and you think that your child may have a disability?
The where, when and how of getting from A to B with public transport.
Local pre-schools, primary and secondary schools, special schools, educational supports and continuing education and training.
The local Citizens Information Centre offers information, advocacy and advice on a range of issues.
It's what it sounds like: daytime services for adults with disabilities. Activities are chosen to fit the interests of the clients. Focus of the service is to help people develop skills and engage in the community.
Find services that help people with disabilities find jobs and that give support at every stage of recruitment and beyond.
Local Authority housing, housing associations and housing entitlements.
Share with people asking the same questions and find solutions and encouragement.
Respite is like gold dust. Here are some opportunities.
Find out about fun things to do in Bray and surrounding areas. You can also join groups that go, see and conquer!
Find out how law governs various aspects of a life of a person with a disability and their family.
Share your ideas on how to improve this website.
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