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Information for Families

This section of our website provides general information for families on topics such as Entitlements and Benefits and Early Information.  

This information is useful for families whose child has been given a diagnosis, and for those who have a concern about a possible diagnosis.      
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To find translated versions of our content, click on the links below:          
Français (French)                                                 Română (Romanian)
Lietuvių (Lithuanian)                                            Русский (Russian)
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Português do Brasil (Brazilian Portuguese)
                        

Information for Professionals

This section provides information that professionals can print for families at the time of diagnosis of a child's additional needs, disability or developmental concern. It also contains helpful information to directly support you in your communication with families.

 

 

 

What's New

Click on the 'What's New' link above to see all of the news stories from the Informing Families Project

Information Booklet launched for parents of children with special educational needs

Oct-20-2011

Information Booklet for Parents of Children with Special Educational Needs launched providing information on the full range of educational supports available in schools for children with special educational needs.



HSE Review - Progressing Disability Services for Children and Young People

(12 Jul 2011)

The HSE are currently carrying out a review of children and young people's disability services. A bulletin describing the work of this review has been issued. Parents are invited to put their names forward as representatives on local implementation groups.



Informing Families Training delivered to 150 nursing students in University College Cork

(06 Apr 2011)

Nurses from University College Cork received training in the Best Practice Guidelines for Informing Families of their Child's Disability today, delivered by parent and Chairperson of the Informing Families Project in Cork, Katherine O'Leary.



About our Project

The Informing Families Project developed best practice guidelines for informing families of their child's disability, and supporting families receiving this news. The guidelines were developed through consultation and research with families and professionals. In this section of the website you can: 

Booklet

Our website has been translated into six languages in collaboration with the HSE Social Inclusion Services.Click on the languages below to find the translated content:
          Français (French)
          Lietuvių (Lithuanian
          Polski (Polish) 
          Português do Brasil (Brazilian Portuguese) 
          Română (Romanian)
          Русский (Russian)

 

 

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  • Informing Families Project, National Federation of Voluntary Bodies,  Oranmore Business Park,  Oranmore, Galway
  • Phone: +353 (091) 792316
  • Fax: +353 (091) 792317
  • Email: info@informingfamilies.ie
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