Welcome to The ACLD



The ACLD, Dublin, Ireland

Overview of Organisation:

The ACLD (Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities) incorporates the Dyslexia Association of Ireland.

It is the parent organisation for 20 branches set up by groups of parents of children with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD). See Map of Ireland (currently under preparation).

The aims of the branches are generally the same - to set up a local support group to help children and adults with SLD. The branches operate weekly workshops for children who require remedial tuition for Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD)

All enquiries about the workshops should be directed to the local workshop coordinators. Contact names, addresses and phone numbers for your locality are available from Anne Hughes, co-ordinator of the ACLD head office, located at Suffolk Chambers, 1 Suffolk Street, Dublin 2.

Find out more about the ACLD from Anne via EMAIL at ACLD@IOL.IE, or call 01-6790276 or FAX:01-6790273

Branches in Athlone, Ballina, Carrick-on-Shannon, Cavan, Clondalkin, Cork, Donegal, Drogheda, Dublin Northside, Dublin Southside, Fingal, Galway, Kildare, Kilkenny, Monaghan, Mullingar, New Ross, Tallaght, Tullamore.

Other Dyslexia links on the World Wide Web - see the BDA pages at BDA Home Page

The ACLD home page is maintained by John Owen-Jones of the Galway Dyslexia Association. Feedback comments to John at JOJ@IOL.IE