News and EventsLeap is a family-led, non-profit organisation that works on behalf of children and adults with disabilities and their families. We work with people and families, their friends, supporters and allies who are in pursuit of an inclusive life.
Family Leadership Adventure Break 5th-7th April 2013
Leap are offering family leadership weekends for the whole family to come together in an inclusive, fun environment to begin to develop and share a vision of a good life for their son or daughter with a developmental disability and for themselves. These retreats are about friendship, fun, finding support and family leadership. Families will be introduced to a practical leadership programme featuring some of the more progressive initiatives families are taking part in from around the country.
Rachel Cassen and Claire Murphy of Leap awarded Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Elevator Award 2012
A COMPUTER CODING class for children, apps that help people with communication difficulties, and classes for young people to build self-confidence have shared the top prizes at the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland awards tonight. Coder Dojo, Neuro Hero and Soar were...
Leap announced as one of 8 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland finalists for 2012
The eight finalists in the 2012 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards have been announced. The finalists are George Boyle of Fumbally Exchange, Lucy Masterson of Hireland, James Whelton of Coder Dojo, Trevor White of City of a Thousand Welcomes, Aviva Cohen of Neuro Hero, Emma Murphy of The Turning Institute, Rachel Cassen of LEAP and Tony Griffin and Karl Swan of Soar Foundation.