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Saint John of God Community Services Liffey Region shared Mobility Mojo's photo.

Enjoy your #Travel Experience by planning #AccessiblePlaces in advance with Mobility Mojo!
#AccessibleTravel #DisabledAccess #Accessible #Accessibility #Inclusion #AccessibleAdventures

Saint John of God Community Services Liffey Region shared RTÉ News's video.

"It’s not suitable and it’s not fair." Campaigners are calling for more fully accessible 'Changing Places' toilets in public places in Ireland.

Saint John of God Community Services Liffey Region shared Center for Independent Living, Ireland.'s post.

"Public Consultation for new National Action Plan for Social Inclusion 2018 - 2021

The National Action Plan for Social Inclusion 2007-2016 (NAPinclusion) identified a wide range of targeted actions and interventions to support the overall objective of achieving the National Social Target for Poverty Reduction (NSTPR). The Plan adopted a life-cycle approach with goals set for each group: children; people of working age; older people and communities.

The Plan was updated for the period 2015 - 2017 to reflect the current issues and interventions to tackle poverty. There was a greater focus on modernising the social protection system, improving effectiveness and efficiency of social transfers and strengthening active inclusion policies. The Programme for Partnership Government includes a commitment to develop a new Integrated Framework for Social Inclusion, to tackle inequality and poverty.

The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection is in the early stages of developing the new National Action Plan/Integrated framework and would like to hear your views.

If you would like to take part in the public consultation process which is accessible online through Surveymonkey, please click OK to start. Please note that the consultation period is for 4 weeks ending on Friday 16 March 2018. "

If you would like this email sent to you with the live link for the survey get in touch with me on

Saint John of God Community Services Liffey Region shared a link.

Saint John of God Community Services Liffey Region updated their cover photo.

Saint John of God Community Services Liffey Region updated their cover photo.

Day 2 of the DIT SJOG Co-Design sessions and it was all about design today. Starting to look at names and logos for the apps and working with paper and mock prototypes on mobile devices.

Great video done by Dublin South East Services

Saint John of God Community Services Liffey Region shared Employer Disability Information's post.

Join us on March 27th at 10.00am till 13.00 in @CrokePark for our #WorkABLE Future 2018 event. The day will focus on bringing disability to the fore in the diversity conversation. Bigí Linn! #AskeEDI #InclusiveBusiness

Dublin South East

Learners Michael Salacan, Corinne Lindhar and Sean Basquille received their QQI awards for their 2 year EOP course with Dun Laoghaire ETB in the Royal Marine Hotel. Everyone had a great evening, celebrating their achievements with many other ETB students.

They are pictured with their tutor James. Michael and Sean continued their learning experience with the L.I.F.E Programme.

Liam McEntee, Barry O’Riordan, Megan Reynolds and Gary Breen completed Level 2 and 3 QQI modules on the 2 year L.I.F.E Programme in General Learning.

Emma Buckley has bid farewell to her manager Monica and colleague Patricia in McDonald's Blackrock. Emma has been part of the team in Blackrock for 10 years and is now ready for a change! McDonald's would like to thank Emma for her service and commitment to her role with them. They now have a vacant position which they hope we will help them fill! Good Luck with new endeavors Emma.

Thomas Murphy has been working in Peter Marks in Bloomfield Shopping Centre, Dun Laoghaire since January 2016. He recently wrote the attached letter of appreciation to his manager Roisin and all the team. His mother Patricia also wrote a letter on how positively the work experience has been for Thomas. Thank you to Peter Mark Hair for their ongoing support!

Lesley Blood has been volunteering with Saint John of God Dublin South East for over 30 years. She has worked in many different areas within the service. Last night at our Volunteers Evening, Lesley received a presentation in recognition of her 30 years of service. Madeline O'Keefe also received a presentation for 25 years service. We would like to acknowledge the huge contribution that both Lesley and Madeline have made over the many years; and we would also like to thank all the volunteers who contribute so much to the service that we provide on a daily basis.

St. Valentine's Day is fast approaching - hand made cards & gifts available from The Artisan's, 167 Glenageary Road Upper

Congratulations to Amanda MacAllister who has been offered an increase in her working hours in her employment in Communicorp Ltd in Digges Lane, Dublin!
Amanda is really enjoying this new opportunity of gaining extra hours as a result to her hard work and commitment she has put in since joining Communicorp in January 2017.
Congratulations Amanda & thank you Communicorp for their support!

Book your place for card-making workshop. Venue: Cabinteely Library Dates: Wednesday 28th February & 21st March Time: 3.30 - 4.30

Saint John of God Dublin South East updated their cover photo.