What’s worked? Tell us about innovations or adaptations in services and supports used by people with disabilities during Covid 19

The National Disability Authority is the independent statutory body that provides information and advice to the Government on policy and practice relevant to the lives of persons with disabilities. We have a role to assist the Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth in the co-ordination of disability policy www.nda.ie.

We are currently working on a project researching innovations or adaptions to supports or services across all sectors that have supported persons with disabilities during Covid-19. We are particularly interested in innovative practices that will, or have the potential to, remain in place post pandemic.  We are looking for innovations across all sectors that are used by persons with disabilities, for example, employment, education, day-services, residential services, healthcare.  We aim to produce a report collating these innovations that will be shared widely to relevant stakeholders.

If you have an example to share please contact us at research@nda.ie

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
26th Jan, 2021
Expiry Date
26th Mar, 2021