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Common Myths and Misconceptions About Disability

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Enabling Access across Generations winning poster 2012

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National Accessibility Week 2012

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National Accessibility Week 2012 posters

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Accessible Implementation Plan

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Accessible Implementation Plan Part 2

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A tactile guide of Kildare County Council and Naas Town Council is available to assist visitors to Áras Chill Dara.  The layout has been designed so that it can be used in the 'folded' format and easily carried in one hand to be referenced as required.  Please contact the main reception on Level 1 for details.

DeafWatch User Guide

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A Fire Alert Pager System has been installed in Áras Chill Dara. The DeafWatch fire alarm system for Deaf and hard of hearing people is triggered by the fire alarm and sends a warning to a personal receiver which will vibrate and display a message to the user.

Personal receivers are available for staff members and members of the public with a hearing impairment. If you are visiting Áras Chill Dara and wish to use a pager for your visit please contact the Main Reception on Level 1.

National Accessibility Week 2013 will take place from Monday, 2nd December. The week-long campaign will coincide with International Day of Disabled Persons which occurs each year on the 3rd December. National Accessibility Week (led by local authorities across the country), is an important opportunity to encourage all people to focus on issues of accessibility and universal design.
Disability is defined as a physical, sensory, learning, mental health or emotional impairment that affects someone's ability to take part in normal day-to-day activities. You may have been born with a disability or you may have developed it at some point during your life.

There are around 400,000 people with disabilities in the Republic of Ireland; that's about 10% of the population.