Technology Specialist/Founder

James completed his undergraduate studies in UCC obtaining a BSc in Business Information Systems. and worked in IT roles with UCD, Accenture and PA Consulting. He then went on to complete a MSc in Disability and Rehabilitation Studies in UCD.

James has Dyslexia and understands the challenges that people can face. He works with students and parents across all of UrAbility's training programmes.


Training Coordinator

Claire teaches Business and IT in Malahide Community School. She has a Bachelor of Business (honours) from the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, a PDE (HDip in education) from Trinity College Dublin and a JEB/EDIT Teachers' Diploma in ICT training.
Since the introduction of iPads into her school Claire has taken a huge interest on how assistive technology can help students with everyday learning in the classroom and at home.


Technology Trainer

Ella studied at the University of Limerick and graduated with a Professional Diploma in Education. Ella also has a certificate in the Promotion of Social Communication Skills to Pupils with Autism.
She currently holds a full time teaching position, and works with UrAbility to assist students to reach their full potential using assistive technology.


Technology Trainer

Ciara is in her final year of primary teaching in St. Patrick's college in Dublin. She loves working with children, both young and old. She would like to do further education when she finishes college to learn more about learning disabilities.

Ciara loves to travel. Last year she was on an international year away in the Netherlands where she taught English to different age groups of Dutch children.