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Disability Access Route to Education Overview Better Options DCU 28 th November 2012.

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1 Disability Access Route to Education Overview Better Options DCU 28 th November 2012

2 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

3 DARE & HEAR Information Sessions

4 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

5 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in The Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) is a supplementary admissions scheme which offers places on reduced points to school leavers with disabilities.

6 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

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8 Key dates This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in Apply to the CAO by 1st February Disclose your disability and apply to DARE via your CAO account no later than 17:15 on 1st March Return Section B (academic reference) & Section C (evidence of disability) to CAO – April 1st ‘Change of mind’: 6th February (12:00 noon) to 1 st March (17:15); 6th May (12:00 noon) to 1st July (17:15)

9 Key dates This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

10 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

11 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

12 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

13 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

14 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

15 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

16 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

17 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

18 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

19 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

20 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

21 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

22 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

23 This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in 2010.

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25 DARE statistics 2012: unconfirmed data This year saw a significant rise in eligibility for both DARE (+322) and HEAR (+899) applicants. There were 2551 online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% 243 applicants were screened (i.e. supplied supporting documents) for both DARE and HEAR as against 40 in There were 2941 (+390) online applications for DARE through the CAO of which 2160 (84.7%) provided supporting documentation and were screened. This year saw a rise in eligibility for DARE (+203). IneligibleEligibleTotal Screened DARE % 51% DARE % 58% DARE % 62%

26 Primary Disability *% Increase / Decrease Asperger's Syndrome/Autism % ADD / ADHD % Blind / Vision Impaired % Deaf / Hearing Impaired % Dyspraxia % Mental Health Condition % Neurological Conditions % Other Disabilities04 Physical Disability % Significant Ongoing Illness % Specific Learning Difficulties (including Dyslexia) % Total %

27 Post-entry Supports for Students with Disabilities All students with a disability can register with the Disability Support Service, irrespective of whether they come through DARE or not. A needs assessment is conducted to identify your specific support requirements. Supports may include: –Orientation Programmes –Learning Support –Assistive Technology –Library Support –Exam Support –Note-taking/Support Worker –Academic Tuition –On Campus Transport –Educational Assistant or Personal Assistant if student has profound physical needs


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