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Today was a great day as we launched a booklet of stories written by parents who attend the Parent & Toddler Group in the CRC. The Group was started in 2000 as most parents felt that when they attended parent & baby groups in their local area their children were singled out as ‘special’ and ‘different’ to other children. The stories are very powerful and detail the surge of high and low emotions that come with being a new parent to a child that is born with health issues.
Our Autumn edition of CRC Scene newsletter is now out with lots of news about our Summer Project, our refurbishments and upcoming events.
Our Civil Rights work by Rachel Glennane and Adult Services has been commended for being a champion for cerebral palsy from the World Cerebral Palsy Awards. While our project was not one of the award winners, we are delighted that our work was recognised with a Certificate of Participation. The Gait lab also received a […]
The Spring issue of our CRC Scene newsletter is out now!
These bulletins are in response to the Family Presentations which took place in January and February 2016. Summer 2017 PDS bulletin February 2017 PDS bulletin November 2016 PDS Bulletin July 2016 PDS Bulletin Progressing Disability Services is a national project for Children and Young People established by the Health Service Executive (HSE) The first bulletin […]
This Strategic Plan sets out the CRC’s mission, vision, values, and strategic objectives for the coming five years. Strategic Plan CRC Plain English Summary Version
View the presentation on: ‘Changes in Disability Services for Children and Young people 0-18 years in Dublin North City and County’ which was given by the Family Communication Strategy Group CHO9 in Jan./ Feb. 2016
The Central Remedial Clinic supports the Disability Federation of Ireland, Inclusion Ireland, Age Action, the Centre for Independent Living, Down Syndrome Ireland and the National Federation of Voluntary Bodies in asking members of the public to sign a petition called ‘Fool Me Once’ asking for the Government replace the Lunacy Regulation Act (Ireland) 1871. […]