Employment conferences and seminars
The National Disability Authority holds conferences and seminars from time to time on aspects of disability and employment. You can find links to papers, presentations or reports of these seminars on this page.
This seminar was held in November 2011.
Strategic approaches to employing people with mental health issues
This paper captures information on good practice approaches to support people with mental health issues to obtain and retain employment. It draws on the learning from a seminar held in the NDA in may 2011
Strategic approaches to employing people with intellectual disability: lessons from the UK
This paper captures information on good practice approaches to support people with intellectual disability to obtain and retain employment. It draws on the learning from a seminar held in the NDA in April 2011, and lessons from the UK's Valuing Employment Now programme.
NDA research conference on employment
The 4th annual NDA disability research conference took place on Tuesday 11 October 2005 in the Great Southern hotel, Dublin airport on the theme of disability and employment. This was a time when consultation was underway on the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment's outline sectoral plan in relation to disability. It presented key findings in Ireland and abroad in relation to the employment of people with disabilities.
Disability and employment - what the research tells us, includes the full 2005 conference proceedings.