Graduates Hilary Cotter and Sarah Gavra Boland are pictured with self-defined collaborative catalyst and explorer Mark Pollock at the graduation ceremony for Enable Ireland’s Assistive Technology training programme in Microsoft Ireland’s campus in Sandyford. In addition to hosting the graduation ceremony, Microsoft also gave Enable Ireland a software donation worth €1.3 million. Photo Credit: Maxwells, Dublin

Graduates Hilary Cotter and Sarah Gavra Boland are pictured with self-defined collaborative catalyst and explorer Mark Pollock at the graduation ceremony for Enable Ireland’s Assistive Technology training programme in Microsoft Ireland’s campus in Sandyford. In addition to hosting the graduation ceremony, Microsoft also gave Enable Ireland a software donation worth €1.3 million. Photo Credit: Maxwells, Dublin

29/10/2014 NO REPRO FEE, MAXWELLS DUBLIN.
Pictured (l to r) 2014 Graduate; Hilary Cotter, Speaker Mark Pollock and 2014 Graduate; Sarah Gavra Boland.
Microsoft Ireland’s campus in Sandyford has played host to a graduation ceremony for Enable Ireland’s Assistive Technology training programme. The Foundations in Assistive Technology programme, which is accredited by Dublin Institute of Technology, is designed to meet the needs of adults with disabilities as well as their families and carers. It also targets employers, educators, Enable Ireland staff and representatives of other service delivery agencies together with programme funders. Microsoft has been supporting the programme for 13 years and since then 320 graduates have come through the programme. In addition to hosting the graduation ceremony, Microsoft also gave Enable Ireland a software donation worth €1.3 million. This brings the total value of software donated to Enable Ireland in the last three years to over €2.53 million. PIC: NO FEE, MAXWELLS.

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