Please write to your local TD’s to ask them to reverse the funding cut decision made by Phil Hogan. It is a much-needed service for the Deaf community. Cork East TD’s Sean Sherlock email@example.com Tel: 022 53523 Address: Davis (Flemings) Lane Rear Main Street Mallow, Cork David Stanton firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 021 4632867 Fax: 021 4621133 […]
The Cork Deaf Association have developed an online newsletter so if you would like to receive it in the future can you please give your email address to Catherine at email@example.com. It will be sent out once a month and it will contain information about services, events and upcoming news from the Cork Deaf Association.
There will be a Job Training Workshop in the Cork Deaf Association on Thursday 12 June from 10 am until 1 pm. The following areas will be covered: Interview Techniques Preparing a CV Career guidance Letter writing Applying for jobs Guest speaker Dermot Crosby (FAS) Venue: Cork Deaf Association, 5 Mac Curtain St, Cork […]
Bad Neighbor will be screened with subtitles in The Reel Picture, Blackpool on Thursday 5 June 2014 at 9 pm. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2004420/
A quick reminder about our Parent’s Forum Talk taking place in the CDA on Thursday evening 22 May 2014 at 7.30pm. Willie White, Manager of the Kerry Deaf Resource Centre and our very own Susan O’Callaghan will be talking. You don’t want to miss this talk! Willie and Susan have a huge amount of expertise […]
Please keep the 14 June 2014 free!!!! The Cork Deaf Association is having a FAMILY FUN DISCO in The Elm Tree, Glounthaune, Cork on 14 June 2014 from 6-9 pm. Tickets: Single – €5 Family Ticket – €20 Tickets can be purchased from the Cork Deaf Association, MacCurtain Street. FINGER FOOD IS INCLUDED!! There will […]
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The final meeting of the Cork Tinnitus Support Group was held in December 2013 at the CDA, 5 MacCurtain Street, Cork. While the support group will no longer be meeting, we want assure anyone who needs support with their tinnitus that services other than the support group will continue to be provided at the Cork […]
The people of Clonakilty, Co. Cork are determined to make their town as accessible as possible for members of the Deaf Community. Read more by clicking here to read an article from the Irish Examiner.
The 2011 Census revealed that a total of 595,335 persons, accounting for 13% of the population, had a disability in April 2011. Limerick city had the highest rate of disability with 18.2% of persons disabled, followed by Cork at 17.7%. A total of 92,060 people -(2%) of the Irish population – were Deaf or had, […]