Dublin & Cork Talks – Helping children with developmental difficulties

Talk & Open Mornings: We have worked with a significant number of children and teenagers who have benefited from programs at Cluas which have helped to remediate a wide range of developmental difficulties and delays – enabling them to more fully achieve their potential to learn and progress.

Cluas will be continuing its series of talks in August 2012:

Open Morning and Talk in Dublin and Cork

on how Cluas can help children and teenagers with developmental difficulties and delays

In August 2012 (DATES TO BE FINALISED), on Saturdays from 10am to 12 noon 

Presented by:

Pascal Maher
Psychologist and Clinical Director Cluas


Ronan Maher
Programme Director Cluas

There will be a presentation at 10am, describing how Cluas can help children and teenagers with developmental difficulties and delay, followed by a Question and Answer session, and an opportunity to meet our staff to discuss any individual queries you may have.

These open mornings will give parents an opportunity to see the Cluas centres, talk with staff and find out more about the work we do.

The Talks and the Open Mornings will be held in the Cluas Centres at Tallaght, Dublin and Victoria Cross, Cork.

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To Register your interest in the August or later events:

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For further information please contact Cluas on

01-4940210 or dublin@cluas.ie

021-4347221 or cork@cluas.ie

Information will also be available on how Cluas can help children and teenagers with the following difficulties:

Auditory Processing Difficulties,

Speech and Language delays and difficulties,

Aspergers Syndrome and Autistic Spectrum Disorders,

Dyslexia, Dyspraxia,

ADD and ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorders).