DSI & FAI have organised the Kickstart 2 course, for men & women on Saturday the 15th and Sunday the 16th of June at Deaf Village Ireland, in Dublin.
The course has already been postponed twice (February & March) due to being short of participants but we now have reached the minimum of 18 participants for June. However, there are 6 places available.
This course is designed to help coaches in the development of player’s (aged 6-12 years) soccer skills. This is a great opportunity for anyone to increase their confidence in teaching simple football for all ages.
DSI is pleased to announce the first Summer Youth Activities Programme for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, CODA and Sibling participant. Full information can be read at below.
Find attached the application form.
Completed and signed application forms along with cash or cheque/postal (payable to Deaf Sports Ireland) must reach the address below before Monday 27th May.
Download: 130514 SYAP Application Form.pdf
DSI would like to thanks for those who join & renewal their 2013 membership.
DSI would like to remind people that the deadline has now passed for getting 2013 Membership for €20
However, the deadline has been extended until May the 8th (Wednesday).
To book your place, text Paul 087 1349877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deaf Sports Ireland is holding a sponsored 5km Fun Run in aid of the Irish Deaflympics Team on this Saturday 27th of April.
Whether you want to run it, walk it or are using it as a way to train for this summer’s mini-marathons and marathons, there is fun to be had for all!
Find attached of transcript from today air about DSI & Deaflympics.
Download: final DubSouthFM Interview Transcript.pdf
Deaf Sports Ireland would like to get a little feedback from people around the country about your views on sports and physical activities.
It’s a short survey, it only takes a few minutes to complete and your feedback will help Deaf Sports Ireland to provide activities that best meet the demand of its members.
We are interested in your opinions, to help us shape the development of our organisation over the next few years and to improve sporting opportunities for Deaf & Hard of Hearing people and people with Cochlear implants.
KickStart 2 Course (football) on 26-28th April at Deaf Village Ireland.
Click on poster for more information.
There are still places left and it is open to everyone. There will be an interpreter present on the day.
If anyone is interested in taking part in the event they should email Paul Ryder at: email@example.com
Leinster arrived Belfast and conquered all, bringing home two brand new trophies — at Belfast .
For DSI members in Dublin. Since DSI introduced the new fees for aerobics class, 25e for 10 weeks, we need at least 18 people to pay the fees but for the last 3 weeks, our target numbers have not reached. After discussing it with DSI EC, we agree to withdraw the Wednesday night activity due to financial reasons.