Table Tennis Ireland (Sligo and Limerick)

Table Tennis Ireland is the National Governing Body for Para Table Tennis. Para table tennis is the third largest Paralympic Sport in terms of athlete numbers and is practiced in more than 100 countries. Table tennis is one of the most adaptable and inclusive sports there is for people with all kinds of disabilities. Whether … Continued

Dr. Colman Noctor (Sligo and Limerick)

Colman Noctor is a psychotherapist, assistant professor of mental health, and author. Dr. Noctor is particularly interested in the impact of technology on our mental health – on things such as childhood development, wellbeing and relationships, but also on our work lives. Dr. Noctor became interested in child and teenage mental health after a period … Continued

Una Curran Yoga (Sligo and Limerick)

Una Curran and runs Finding Your Wings teaching Mindfulness and Well-being to children, teenagers, educators and parents. The programme she teaches in Pre-schools, Schools and family sessions is based on her own teaching experience in a variety of educational settings, being a parent and her professional training over many years.

The Rhythm Room (Sligo and Limerick)

Rhythm Room was set up in 2009 by Nicola Kealy and Mischa O’ Mahony in response to the need for an accessible training programme for Actors with an intellectual disability. Their work is inclusive, which means they work with non-disabled and disabled actors. The work they create focuses on the ability of all their actors … Continued

Padraig O’Callaghan (Limerick)

A student in Knockainey National School, 12 year old Padraig is probably best known for his role as the host of the Monday Motivation ‘Paudcast’. This series of 60 second motivational clips is now heading into it’s fifth season and has garnered worldwide acclaim. These clips of positivity are released every week on his website … Continued

Mark Smith (Limerick)

Mark is an award winning actor and founding member of Run of the Mill Theatre. Mark was nominated for Best Performer at the Dublin Fringe Festival in 2019 for his work on autobiographical, documentary theatre piece Making a Mark (winner of Judges Choice Award, nominated for Best Production). Mark has recently completed a nine venue … Continued

Ian O’Connell (Limerick)

In 2017, Ian was in a bike accident that resulted in him becoming paralysed from the shoulders down. He has appeared on the Late Late show and presents his own show on Radio Kerry called ‘Stand Out with Ian O’Connell’.

Ellen Keane (Limerick MC)

Ellen Keane is four-time Paralympian and a Paralympic Swimming Gold Medallist (Tokyo 2020) and Bronze Medallist (Rio 2016). The 27 year old Dubliner is also a multiple World & European Medallist. In 2022 she took on a new challenge and became the first ever contest with a disability to take part in Dancing with the … Continued

The GAA (Sligo and Limerick)

GAA for All is a family of initiatives in the GAA encompassing Wheelchair Hurling and Camogie, Football for all, Fun and Run, “All Star” Inclusive clubs, Cúl 4 All / Cúl Eile Camps and intercultural activities.

Bluestack Choir (Sligo and Limerick)

The Bluestack choir is a fun celebration of music for people of all abilities. The choir provides a safe environment for self-expression while building confidence, improving social skills, communication, and inspiring creativity. We pride ourselves on being inclusive and use Lamh signs for many of our songs, so we are also accessible to those who … Continued

James Casserly (Sligo and Limerick)

James Casserly believes that everyone should have an equal chance in life regardless of your ability. James is a football coach and currently travelling 32 county’s of Ireland on public transport. James has Cerebral Palsy and Polyarticular Juvenile Arthritis. He is a power chair user and attends Crumlin Children’s Hospital every second Wednesday for his … Continued

Jack Kavanagh (Limerick)

In 2012 Jack Kavanagh suffered a life changing spinal cord injury leaving him with 15% muscle function, in the years since Jack has challenged the perceived limitations of his situation. In 2014 Jack gave the acclaimed TEDx Talk “Fearless Like A Child, Overcoming Adversity” and in 2019 was awarded as one of “Ten Outstanding Young … Continued

IRFU (Sligo and Limerick)

At Beyond Limits, the IRFU will show you what rugby has to offer. The IRFU currently have over 850+ players in their disability tag teams around Ireland and a further 700+ players that access the game that have a disability in many different areas and roles.

Adam O’Brien (Sligo and Limerick)

Adam O Brien is a 28 year old hailing from the county of Dublin and who has Autism. Adam also has Dyspraxia and a generalised anxiety disorder. Adam has not let his difficulties hold him back. At Beyond Limits, Adam will talk about himself, some of his achievements and how he has managed to overcome … Continued

Music Generation (Limerick)

Music Generation is Ireland’s National Music Education Programme that gives children and young people access to high-quality, subsidised performance music education. Music Generation believes in every child and young person’s musical potential and their innate artistry that it is every child and young person’s right to have the choice of access and the chance to … Continued