Employment

There are several supported employment agencies operating locally.



National Learning Netwok

National Learning Network is the training and education arm of the Rehab Group. NLN specialises in helping those who are out of work because of accidents, illnesses or disabilities to get back into the workforce.  

Contact
Deborah Coughlan - 01 282 9643
Shay Hiney 01 - 282 9643
 
Employment supports

To find out about employment supports for people with disabilities, click here.

 
Bray Area Partnership Local Employment Service (LES)

The Local Employment Service Network is a service of the Bray Area Partnership. The aim of the service is to provide confidential information, advice and support to unemployed people within the community who wish to return to work.

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Carmona Supported Employment Service
St. John of God Carmona Services offers both sheltered occupational activities (in Loughlinstown) and supported employment services for service users only (people living in Little Bray area of Bray are eligible to apply for Carmona Services).
 
Connect Employment - Sunbeam House Supported Employment Service

Connect Employment is a part of Sunbeam House Services. Connect Empoyment supports Sunbeam House service users to access employment of their choice in their local community.

Contact
Catherine Murphy
Phone: 01 204 2971 or mobile: 086 803 9521
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