Make Way Day returns to Clare

Make Way Day, the campaign that brings the disability and wider community together to consider the needs of people with disabilities in the public...

Afterparty For Ireland’s First Festival for Disability

An after-party event for Ireland’s first Disability Pride and Power Festival will take place this Friday at Cloughleigh Community Centre.

Make Way Day returns to County Clare

Led by the Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI), Make Way Day returns this year on Friday, 24th September.

Enjoying the sites of Clare on an equal basis

Clare Leader Forum in partnership with Clare Public Partnership Network are launching two surveys among people with disabilities this month.

Clare disabled unite for ‘Together We Are Visible’

Tomorrow, (December 3rd), Clare disabled people will come together to mark International Day of Disabled People 2020.

‘Make Way Day’ is back for 2020

The Mayor of Clare, Cllr Mary Howard, will host representatives and guest speakers from a number of disability organisations such as Clare Leader Forum, Shine and the Irish Wheelchair Association in a virtual meeting on ‘Make Way Day’, on Friday, 25th September, at 11am.

New Freephone number for community response Helpline

Clare County Council has added a Freephone number to support the community response Helpline. The existing number will continue to operate fully in an integrated way.

Clare Leader Forum to host Clare’s General Election candidates

The Clare Leader Forum will host Clare's General Election 2020 candidates to discuss issues of importance to disabled people across the county. 

Event will discuss Disability Act 2005

The Clare Leader Forum is calling on all stakeholders: architects, engineers, planners, local authority staff, elected representatives, the public and organisations interested in the mobility rights of everyone including parents, children, older people and disabled people to come together in the Temple Gate Hotel Ennis to examine “Is the Disability Act 2005 Working for Us?”