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AstraZeneca Vaccine Information Easy Read

This leaflet will tell you: why it is important to get the COVID-19 vaccine who should not get the COVID-19 vaccine the side effects of...

HSE National Service Plan 2021

As per the Health Act 2004 (as amended), this NSP 2021 sets out the type and volume of health and personal social services to be provided...

After Your COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca

Thank you for protecting yourself and others by getting the vaccine. Now that you have had your vaccine, we ask you to read this document...

Important Information about COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca

This leaflet tells you about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) vaccine It tells you about:• what COVID-19 is• what the COVID-19 vaccine is• who...

COVID-19 Vaccine Easy to Read Information

This leaflet is about the Comirnaty Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. This leaflet will tell you what COVID-19 is. This leaflet will tell you: who...

Disability services are being overlooked

A Letter to the Irish Times by the following people, published on Thu, Jan 28, 2021, 00:11: SEAN ABBOTT, Chairman, National Federation of...

Welcome to Prosper Fingal

Prosper Fingal provides services and supports to adults with an intellectual disability in North County Dublin. The organisation is directed by its core purpose to “support each individual to live the life they choose, in the same way and same places as everybody else”. Today almost 500 individuals and their carers are supported by Prosper Group across County Fingal and County Meath.

Who we are and what we do

"Supporting each individual to live the life they choose"

"Treating each person as an individual"

"Supporting people to develop skills, talents and interests"

"Being person centred in how we think and what we do"

"Listening to the views of the people we support"

Group of young men Prosper Fingal

"Evolving friendships"

"I can and I will"

Planning for the future

Recruitment - Latest Jobs

Development Plan 2019 - 2023

Annual Report 2019