DCCC IN THE MEDIA

Over 200 children in Donegal with special needs receiving supports – Highland Radio

Hundreds of children in Donegal are now attending pre-school services which are more inclusive and in tune with individual needs. Figures show that 255 Donegal children have received supports including specialised equipment to support learning and development. The data is contained in a review undertaken by Donegal County Childcare which assessed the impact of government…

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NEW SUPPORTS SHOW PROGRESS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN DONEGAL – Donegal Daily

Donegal County Childcare have undertaken a review of the impact of government supports for children with special needs in the county. The Access and Inclusion Model (AIM) was launched last year by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone and has delivered real benefits across County Donegal. Hundreds of children now attend…

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Donegal County Childcare give warm welcome to childcare services funding

Donegal Now – 19th July 2017 Donegal County Childcare have expressed their delight with today’s announcement from the Minister for Children Katherine Zappone that almost €317,000 has been allocated to 18 of Donegal’s 151 early childhood services. This represents a welcome increase of €72,000 on last year’s capital grant allocation. Over 60% of all Donegal…

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DONEGAL PARENTS: ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR ADDITIONAL CHILDCARE SUPPORTS? – Donegal Daily

DONEGAL DAILY – 19/06/17 Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC) are encouraging parents to check out their entitlements for childcare supports at a new website www.affordablechildcare.ie. From September 2017, parents of 70,000 children all over Ireland will qualify for enhanced childcare supports. The government launched a new information campaign to inform parents of what supports they could…

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