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Cleaner Staff at Deaf Village Ireland

DVI Community Employment Scheme looking for a Cleaner Staff (Male/Female) to work for Deaf Heritage Centre (DHC).

Please send in your CV to pryder@deafvillageireland.ie or Post it to Paul Ryder, Deaf Village Ireland, Ratoath Road, Cabra, Dublin 7.

Deadline for applications is on Friday 25th April 2014

10th May – Information Session for Parents

From: Deaf Education Centre

We will hold an information session for parents of deaf children about the Shared Reading Programme in Cork city on Saturday 10th May from 2-5pm.

More details to follow, but pop it in to your diary and email info@deafeducation.ie if you’d like to attend.

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Deaf elderly man ‘had to walk home from hospital’

A woman whose elderly sick brother had to walk home from Wexford General Hospital in the middle of the night said she is ‘disgusted’ at how he was treated.

Nancy Pitman of Brendan Corish Gardens said her brother Patrick (67), who is deaf, was brought to hospital by ambulance a week ago.

The Wexfordman who lives in Maudlintown had been vomiting for weeks and his GP arranged for him to go into hospital.

Further read at: www.independent.ie/regionals/wexfordpeople/news/deaf-elderly-man-had-to-walk-home-from-hospital-30165612.html

1st June – Women’s World 2014

Women's World 2014

42nd Inter-Provincial Championships

42nd Inter-Provincial ChampionshipsThis weekend will see the 42nd Inter-Provincial Championships taking place in DVI.

Come along and show your support, it’s set to be a great day for everyone

Full details including a social event, download: Interpro-Brochure-2014.pdf

Deaf baby set to hear for first time

A BABY who was born deaf is set to hear sound for the very first time.

Little Amelie Ring’s mother Vicky said it is going to be an emotional and amazing experience to see her daughter react to noise in a little over a fortnight’s time.

The tot has undergone gruelling surgery to get to this stage and at the end of last year came close to death while being prepared to go on the operating table.

Further read at: www.newsnorthwales.co.uk/news/132472/deaf-ffynnongroyw-baby-set-to-hear-for-first-time.aspx

6th Sept – Party Celebration for Irish Deaf Channel Swimmers

IDCS 2014 SPIT ROAST BBQ MENUThe Irish Deaf Channel Swimmers have done many fundraisings and hard trainings in nearly two years and this is the final event we will host – nothing better than hosting a party at DVI, where we had our first meeting! At this event we will also announce how much we have raised from those fundraisings… Exciting time ahead, make sure to get your ticket!

  • Date & Time: 6th September 2014 at 5:00pm
  • Place: Deaf Village Ireland, Ratoath Road, Cabra, 7 Dublin, Ireland

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E-Info 273

Download: E-info 273.pdf

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Kerry Deaf Resource Centre 21.04.14

HAPPY EASTER.
We are sending our newsletter out a few days early with it being Easter
weekend. On behalf of our Board, staff and supporters, we would like to wish
you all a very Happy Easter.

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Subtitled cinema! Ireland North & South

Calvary subtitled (15) 1 hour 41 mins

Dark comedy drama. Father James Lavelle (Brendan Gleeson) is a priest in a small parish in the west of Ireland. Things are far from rosy for the well-meaning cleric who is frequently abused and tormented by the angry local residents. When one neighbour threatens his life in the confession box, the negative force of the community begins to close in around him.

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