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Team leader James Crosby has worked at Rehab Logistics in Limerick for 21 years. Photograph: Liam Burke/ Press 22

More than 30 workers with disabilities are calling on the Government to save their jobs after Rehab announced proposals to make them redundant as the (...)

“Approaching employment through the lens of inclusion and diversity not only benefits persons with disabilities but also benefits employers,” says Adam Harris from AsIAm. Photograph: iStock/Getty Images

Four partner organisations have created an online training programme to support employers in becoming “disability confident”. The organisations, Not S(...)

The post-primary school is to have capacity for 1,000 students while the primary school will contain 24 classrooms.  File Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin City Council has approved new plans for a two-school campus at Sandymount in spite of strong local opposition. The council has granted plannin(...)

Former Rehab boss, Angela Kerins. Photograph: Collins Courts

The president of the High Court has urged the Dáil to reconsider its refusal to enter a non-binding mediation of a claim for damages by former Rehab C(...)

Ethan O’Brien and Luke McLoughlin at the results of an art competition for  the International Day of People with Disabilities. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Rising insurance costs are among a number of issues threatening the future survival of disability organisations providing vital services to tens of th(...)

A Google Earth view of  Roslyn Park  on Strand Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4

The Department of Education paid € 4 million or nearly 25 per cent more to the Rehab Group for a site for schools in Sandymount, Dublin 4 than the amo(...)

Students and advocacy groups  protested on Thursday outside Leinster House, Dublin, over the axing of a  students’ allowance which enables people with disabilities to attend training courses. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Students with disabilities are “angry” and “shocked” following a decision by the HSE to axe a €31.80 training allowance. Advocacy groups and students(...)

Polio survivor Josephine O’Reilly at home in Glenageary, Co Dublin with her husband Thomas. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Ageing polio survivors are “furious” and hurt, saying they have been “abandoned” by the Rehab Group more than 30 years after the Polio Fellowship of I(...)

People with disabilities gather outside Leinster House on Tuesday ahead of final talks with the  Minister for Health, Simon Harris, to save RehabCare. Photograph: Justin Farrelly

The Government has agreed to increase funding for the Rehab Group, which provides services for people with intellectual and physical disabilities, by (...)

Representatives from Rehab met  Minster for Health Simon Harris on Tuesday afternoon. File photograph: Dara McDonaill/The Irish Times

The Rehab Group has said it will delay notifying the HSE that it is going to terminate contracts for the care of approximately 3,000 people with disab(...)

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