National Disability Organisations


National disability organisations

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland

AHEAD (the Association for Higher Education Access and Disability) 

Aiseanna Tacaíochta 

Alzheimer Society of Ireland

Anne Sullivan Centre

Arthritis Ireland

Arts & Disability Ireland

Asperger Syndrome Association of Ireland (ASPIRE)

Ataxia Foundation Ireland


Brí – Acquired Brain Injury Advocacy Association

Care Alliance Ireland

CASA – Caring & Sharing Association

Cavernoma Ireland

Central Remedial Clinic


Cystic Fibrosis Association of Ireland

Debra Ireland

Diabetes Ireland

Disability Federation of Ireland

Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland

Disabled Women Ireland

Down Syndrome Ireland

Dyslexia Association of Ireland

Dyspraxia Association of Ireland

Dystonia Ireland 

Enable Ireland

Epilepsy Ireland

Family Carers Ireland

Fighting Blindness

Genetics & Rare Disorders Organisation



Huntington’s Disease Association of Ireland

Independent Living Movement Ireland

Invisible Disability Ireland

Irish Deaf Society

Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind

Irish Haemophilia Society

Irish Kidney Association

Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association

Irish Society for Autism

Irish Wheelchair Association


Mental Health Reform

Migraine Association of Ireland

Multiple Sclerosis Association of Ireland

Muscular Dystrophy Ireland

National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities

National Council for the Blind of Ireland

Neurofibromatosis Association of Ireland

Noonan Syndrome Ireland

Polio Survivors of Ireland

Prader Willi Syndrome of Ireland

Rehab Group

Special Olympics Ireland

Spina Bidifa Hydrocephalus Ireland

Spinal Injuries Ireland


National Disability News

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Webinar: Autism & Sensory Processing at Christmas

December 1, 2021AsIAm and SuperValu are holding a webinar: Autism & Sensory Processing at Christmas on Tuesday 7th December from 7-8pm. The webinar will focus on adjustments and adaptations you can make to…... Read More
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DADA Coffee Morning #IDPWD21

December 1, 2021DADA are hosting a coffee morning on Saturday 4th December at 11.30am in honour of International Day of Persons with Disabilities. If you are a disabled person working or training…... Read More
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Everything you wanted to know about disability but were afraid to ask!

April 23, 2021Independent Living Movement Ireland (ILMI) invite you to their webinar “Everything you wanted to know about disability but were afraid to ask!” via Zoom at 3pm on Wednesday 5th May…... Read More
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Webinar: Autistic Women & Girls

March 5, 2021ASIAM are holding a Community Support Webinar on ‘Autistic Women and Girls’ at 7pm on 10th March 2021, in association with SuperValu Ireland. See or register here:…/reg…/WN_HffwUNU6SHWYaVe82kz2Bg
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Research invitation: Impact of Family Caregiving on Lives of Disabled People

March 2, 2021The Independent Living Movement Ireland (ILMI) are seeking disabled people to participate in research into the impact that forced reliance on family carers has / has had on the quality…... Read More
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Purple Lights 2020

November 13, 2020On December 3rd, you can help turn Ireland purple and join the annual worldwide celebration to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This year’s theme ‘Not all Disabilities are…... Read More
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World Brain Day: #onewordforcovid

May 20, 2020On World Brain Day on 22nd July 2020, the Neurological Alliance of Ireland are asking people to share one word that sums up what it’s like to to live with…... Read More
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Enable Ireland Wheel 100 Challenge

May 20, 2020Enable Ireland is asking people to take on the Wheel 100 Challenge this June. To raise funds for Enable Ireland, wheel 100 times in your own way, in your own…... Read More