Parents Of Children With Disabilities Invited To Online Meeting

Parents and guardians of children with disabilities have been invited to an online meeting  organised by
The organisation is campaigning for services and supports for children and young adults with disabilities.
On Tuesday August 8th  it will hold an online meeting via zoom that will be jointly hosted by Edwina McElhinney and Rachel Martin.
To get the zoom link please email 
The organisation wants action on long waiting lists for assessments and treatment in addition to better information for parents, guardians and young adults with disabilities.
The group are currently promoting an email campaign that calls on the Secretary General of the Department of Health to deliver on the reform of  Children’s Disability Services  which is to be moved from the Department of Health and also asking Robert Watt to ensure vacant posts in the Children’s Disability Network are filled as soon as possible.                    

FUSS Ireland is dedicated to improving access to Disability Services and appropriate Educational Settings in Ireland and was founded by the parents of neurodiverse and disabled children who have experience spanning over 6 years of interacting with services providers.

The group have also announced plans for a public protest in Cork on August 20th. 

Edwina McElhinney, based in Cahir,  can be contacted at