Disability Act 2005: A Response
Keywords:Disability Act 2005, GLD, General Learning Disabilities, SEN, Special Educational Needs
This article is based on the written submission of the National Parents’ and Siblings’ Alliance on the Disability Bill 2004 but is updated to reflect the changes to the Bill which occurred during the various stages of its passage through the Oireachtas. It deals only with Parts 1 and 2, services to people with disabilities, of what is now the Act.
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