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Creating Inclusive Pathways for Students With Intellectual Disabilities to Access University.

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February 12, 2024

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Rebecca, James and Ketty from Avista T.E.E.S joined Minister Simon Harris TD at the launch of P.A.T.H (Programme for Access to Higher Education) on Friday last.

The programme of courses specifically designed for students with disabilities are to be delivered in 10 higher education courses across the country.

We are delighted to work alongside TU Dublin who are one of the 10 higher education colleges who received PATH4 funding. This funding will allow us to continue our collaborative work and greatly expand and improve the provision of higher education for students with intellectual disabilities across Ireland.

The Pathways Together Programme will roll out in Tallaght and Blanchardstown bringing inclusive education to many more students. Amy from Avista T.E.E.S spoke on the day and represented the voices of many of the fantastic students who will greatly benefit from this much needed funding. 👏

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