Active Disability Ireland has announced the appointment of Brian O’Callaghan as the organisation’s new Chairperson, succeeding Jon Morgan, who served as Chairperson for the past four years. A native of Limerick, Brian brings a wealth of experience in the areas
Active Disability Ireland are pleased to announce the appointment of Brenda O’Donnell as interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Brenda, who currently holds the position of Strategic Operations Manager, will take over as head of the organisation with immediate effect, following the departure of
What a month it has been for Active Disability Ireland. Our recent rebrand and the unveiling of our new strategic plan have been met with such positive feedback and we would like to thank everyone for their encouragement and support.
An exciting opportunity to join an adventurous and ambitious organisation striving to impact change through effective leadership and meaningful challenge. Active Disability Ireland (formerly Cara Sport Inclusion Ireland) is seeking to appoint a Chairperson to the Board of Directors. This
Barretstown Castle hosts celebration of 15 years of Cara as they launch bold new identity CARA Sport Inclusion Ireland today celebrated the launch of their five-year Strategic Plan by revealing a bold new name and brand identity. Now known as
Jon Morgan Jon Morgan will step down as Chair of Cara Sport Inclusion Ireland in July, following a successful four-year spell at the helm. He will remain in his post until the organisation’s AGM on the 13th of July and
Calling all Graduates Graduate Programme Are you a recent graduate from a Sport and Physical Activity Degree or Masters Programme that would like the opportunity to participate in an 11-month employment graduate programme with us? Cara Sport Inclusion
Cara, through the support of the Health Service Executive (HSE) Health and Wellbeing Department are looking for a full time Health and Wellbeing Coordinator to coordinate the development, delivery, and evaluation of a national education programme for adult day services.
Sarah Hewitt and Lynn Conroy at St Michael’s House Leisure Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill When it comes to the joy of exercise, too often those with disabilities are left on the sidelines, as a survey co-ordinated
HSE and Cara Sport Inclusion Ireland launch ‘Active Healthy Me’ “If you want to exercise, regardless of what your body looks like, whether you have an impairment or not, that is your right, you should be able to do