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Your Voice Your Choice

A new forum for people with disabilities
This event is the forum announced by Kathleen Lynch, TD, Minister for Disability, Equality, Mental Health and Older People.

The event is being organised by the National Disability Authority.

This event is about listening to your views on the issues that matter most to you in living with your disability

If you are:

- A person with a disability or a person with a mental health difficulty

- A parent/guardian/carer of a child or young person with a disability

- An advocate for a person with a disability

Your Voice Your Choice is for You. People will attend in an individual capacity and not as a representative of any group.

Places are limited. Make sure you book your place today. Download application form here. Further information is available about 'Your Voice Your Choice' at

11:30 to 15:30

Quiz Night

Put your thinking caps on! Quiz Night at Sober on Wednesday, 20th June. All proceeds raised are for the provision of services for People with Multiple Sclerosis in Cork. Raffle also on the night

All welcome, please come along and support this event. 

20:00 to 23:00

Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT): Body Conscious

Body Conscious, an inspiring exhibition by artist Dorothy Ann Daly, will be launched in Waterford Regional Hospital on Friday 29 June. The launch will be preceded by a free public talk by the artist on the same day at 12 noon in the WHAT Centre for Arts and Health in the grounds of the hospital.

Dorothy Ann is a Kilkenny born artist who now lives in Berlin. She studied fine art painting in NCAD and textiles in Glasgow School of Art. Since graduating in 1991, she has been making work and exhibiting in Ireland and abroad. She has been a member of the 62 Group of Textile artists since 1993.

Dorothy Ann suffers from multiple sclerosis and has been confined to a wheelchair for the last four years. She has continued making art despite living with a physically debilitating illness. However her work changed when she was diagnosed in 1999.

According to the artist, 'Much of my past work referred to self image. However I am no longer concerned about my size and body shape in terms of fashion. It is now more important to me to maintain what muscles I have and to strengthen my body.’

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12:00 to 18:00

Dublin Bus Awareness

Image removed.Would you like to be more confident using Dublin Bus?
Would you like to find out more about the new routes and new features on the Bus?

Ballyfermot/Chapelizod Access Group are organising an event to increase the awareness of Dublin Bus’s accessible services.

A low floor bus will be outside Cherry Orchard Hospital and a Disability Consultant will be on hand to assist and advise people with disabilities how to use the bus in a safe way.

A presentation will take place in the Rainbow Clubhouse, Cherry Orchard Campus to inform people on how the accessibility on the bus has improved over the years. Light Refreshments will be available.

12:00 to 14:00