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# Disability

All time
Column: 'I'm challenging the decision makers here to spend 24 hours in my wheelchair'
Sean O'Kelly
Groundbreaking science allows paralysed man use his brain to control his arms again
85% jump in number of complaints received about HSE care of vulnerable adults
After nine-year wait, Ireland to strengthen rights of people with a disability
'Stupidity is not a handicap': Minister warns motorists to stop parking in disabled designated spots
Column: 'I don't have the same civil rights as other Irish women. I have a disability'
Ann Marie Flanagan
Thoughtless parking and designated driving: Life behind the wheel as a disabled driver
'If he has a major seizure in the night, we need to know the car will start'
'Utterly appalling': Anger expressed at waiting times for carer's allowance claims
Access for wheelchair users isn't just about putting in a ramp
Louise Bruton
'Breaking my back taught me what was worth fighting for in life'
'No one should be excluded because of their disability': Irish MEP welcomes tech bill
Parents fear son will miss hospital appointments as they can't afford to replace van
President leads tributes following death of 'inspirational' disability rights campaigner
Ireland has the highest rate of young people receiving benefits across 35 countries
Teenage boy awarded €5,500 after management stops him bringing assistance dog to school
'There's no prospect of my brother improving, he can't be moved into community living'
Minister demands meeting with HSE after being "appalled" at care of disability patients
'I was told I'd never write with a pen - and now I'm a teacher'
James Cawley
Mother fears son won't get respite care until she dies
Dublin Airport named the most accessible airport in Europe
Children with disabilities: Over 70 claims of abuse received by health watchdog
Republic of equals? My son, on a waiting list, twists in a wheelchair too small for his body
Tom Clonan
Intellectually disabled man left in care home with alleged abuser for two years - report
'My classmates are twice as likely to get a job as I am when I graduate'
FactCheck: Is Fine Gael right to say it has "maintained disability spending"?
HSE confirm that people were left in a foster home after allegations of sexual abuse
How the government took 10 years to bring in a new law
Robbie Gilligan
Looking for a job when you're disabled can be difficult, but it shouldn't be impossible
Rachel Creevey
'I had no choice but to sit in the cold and conduct my private garda business on the street'
Vivian Rath
Trump says he didn't mock disabled reporter and 'doesn't even know what he looks like'
The unusual case of a woman found guilty of raping a severely disabled student
Parents stunt daughter's growth to make disability 'more manageable'
'My son will never live independently. I fear for his future when I'm dead'
'We don't want to be told when we can go to the toilet, or eat or sleep'
'The street is a cold place' Enda Kenny gives coffee to man protesting outside Dáil
French woman gets €200/week disability allowance for controversial 'gadget allergy'
As many as 17,000 people in Ireland could have this disability... but no one knows for sure
Residents at disability centre locked in unit because of staff shortages
'A carer, what is that?' I am a weight lifter. I am a nurse. I am a specialist. I am exhausted.
Geraldine Renton