Irish Links

Aonad Resource Centre

Aonad Resource Centre opened its doors in February 2003. It has since become progressively busier as the rural community of North East Galway explore the supports and services that we can provide.

AONTAS

AONTAS is the Irish National Association of Adult Education, a voluntary membership organisation. It exists to promote the development of a learning society through the provision of a quality and comprehensive system of adult learning and education which is accessible to and inclusive of all.

Aphasia Ireland

Create awareness and support for people with aphasia and those around them. The Mission of Aphasia Ireland is to encourage public awareness and understanding of aphasia and provide support to all persons with aphasia and their caregivers. It is our aim to assist people with aphasia and their carers to lead a more fulfilling life by providing speech & language therapy, music therapy and art therapy.

ARC Cancer Support Centre

Standing for Aftercare Research Counselling, ARC Cancer Support Centre is a voluntary organisation and registered charity.

ARC House offers suppport to people affected by cancer and those who care about them. This suppport is holistic and complements the primary medical treatment with education and psychological care.

Artane Coolock Resource & Development Centre Ltd

Artane Coolock Resource & Development Centre aims to support and encourage active participation and community involvement, so that people can determine their own needs and develop suitable responses to
these needs.

We will strive to promote equality under the nine grounds of the equality legislation.

- Race
- Age
- Gender
- Family Status
- Sexual Orientation
- Disability
- Marital Status
- Religious Belief
- Membership of the Traveler Community

Ethos of the Resource Centre:

Arthritis Ireland

Arthritis Ireland (formerly the Arthritis Foundation of Ireland) was established in 1981. It is the only national charity dedicated to further Research and Education for this common condition.

The organisation relies entirely on voluntary contributions. The success of our programmes depends solely on the money raised.

ASH Ireland

ASH Ireland informs, educates and campaigns on tobacco use

ASH Ireland is focused on reducing the impact of tobacco use in Irish society. Approximately 5,500 Irish citizens die each year from the effects of tobacco related disease – and ASH Ireland is determined to reduce this staggering statistic. The organisation uses its independence to focus on “the issue” and ensures it is never compromised.

Website: https://ash.ie/

Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD)

AHEAD is an independent non-profit organisation working to promote full access to, participation in, benefit from and contribution to third level education by people with disabilities in Ireland, North and South. It is a registered charity (number CHY9999) and is funded by the Higher Education Authority, by members' subscriptions (members include all third level institutions on the island of Ireland and students with disabilities) and through European Union funding.