We have gathered a selection of relevant links below, from charities and other groups to government and state agencies. We hope you will find them useful.

Arch clubs aim to enhance and enrich the lives of people with special needs and their families by providing choices, opportunities and  respect for all those who have special needs in community-based Arch Clubs.

Catholic Youth Care (CYC) is a leading provider of youth services in the Archdiocese of Dublin.

The role of CDYSB is to promote, support and co-ordinate development of voluntary youth clubs, community-based youth projects and youth services in the city of Dublin.

Dublin City Council is the democratically elected body that governs Dublin City.

Shifting Persepectives 

An expansive photography exhibition from the United Kingdom aims to change the way people see Down Syndrome. Shown at the Dublin Arts Council

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Ballymun Regional Youth Resource is a youth work organisation working for the welfare and development in Ballymun.

Ballymun Regeneration Ltd (BRL) is a Dublin City Council company, set up in 1997, to plan and implement a regeneration programme, working with the community to develop and implement the physical, economic and social regeneration of Ballymun.

Foróige is the leading youth organisation in Ireland, working with approximately 50,000 young people aged 10-18 every year through volunteer-led clubs and staff-led youth projects.

Down Syndrome Ireland aims to help people with down syndrome to make their future as independent as possible.

The citizens information board supports provision of information onservices for voluntary organiztions advocacy services and training services.

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This is the national supporting agency for voluntary organizations in Ireland who provide services to people with an intellectual disability.

Promoting the rights of people with intellectual disability in society.

This is a parenting forum which includes parent to parent advice and support on coping with special needs and special education in Ireland.

Lamh provides information and training to parents on a manual communication system for  people with an intellectual disability and communication needs in Ireland.

This website provides parents with up to date advice with regard to common speech and language disorders.

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