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  • History of St. Michael's House

    Unable to secure schooling for her son, Patricia Farrell, the mother of a young boy with Down Syndrome placed an ad in the Irish Times in 1955: "Association for Parents of Mentally Backward Children. Lady wishing to form above would like to contact anyone interested. Box Z 5061 Children."

    From this grew St. Michael's House, an organisation which set out to develop new community services and bring about a change in how people with an intellectual disability were viewed. Today we provide services for 1,663 people with an intellectual disability and their families in the Greater Dublin Area and Navan Co Meath.

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    Service users who completed the Advocacy and Leadership programme in the Dublin Institute of Technology received their graduation certificates at a ceremony in DIT, Mountjoy Square.

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