Our 2021 Connect Family Network Information Sessions started yesterday with an introduction to the UNCRPD presented by Guillaume Jacquinot and Barry Lynch, Inclusion Ireland Team. Thank you to all who attended.
Our next 2 presentations will be on Education – Advocating for your Child. Due to the current restriction both sessions will be online via Zoom and in the evening time which we hope will suit families busy during the day with home-schooling. All are welcome.
The first session, in partnership with Involve Autism (Dublin 6, 6W and Surrounds) will be on Wednesday 3rd March 7pm – 8pm. You can register in advance by clicking here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Full details here.
The second Education – Advocating for Your Child presentation, in partnership with Parent Led Autism Network PLAN Dublin 15, will be on Wednesday 24th March 7pm to 8pm. Please Register in advance by clicking here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Alex at email@example.com or 01 8559891 for information or support with registration. Full details are available here.
For more information about future 2021 Information Sessions click here.
We have partnered with family support groups around the country to organise and share information about events. With their help we can reach a wider audience and give people with disability and their family members a stronger voice. Thank you to our 2021 event partners.PDF Download All News
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