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A study by the National Disability Authority has found attitudes have become more negative in the past five years.
Oral Health and Disability the Way Forward; National Disability Authority.
The National Disability Authority Act, 1999, provided for the establishment of the National Disability Authority which is a statutory agency dedicated to disability policy and practice.
But the National Disability Authority study found none of the local authorities were obliged to carry out inspections and the regulations were inadequate for the needs of disabled people.
Disability is defined in the National Disability Authority Act 1999 as 'disability, in relation to a person, means a substantial restriction in the capacity of a person to participate in economic, social or cultural life on account of enduring physical, sensory, learning, mental health or emotional impairment.
THE National Disability Authority recently launched its 12 Essential Principles for effective strategic partnership with people who have experience of mental health difficulties The report is based on research and review of good practice in response to the recommendation of a NDA statutory committee, the Mental Health Advisory Committee (MHAC).
The National Disability Authority survey found 40 per cent of people with disabilities are not able to use public transport.
EOIN O'Herlihy, the Access Co-ordinator at the National Disability Authority (NDA) advises on designing buildings that are accessible to everyone based on recommendations in the NDA publication Building for Everyone - Inclusion, Access and Use.