Together Cafe Review: “This could be a template for cafes across Ireland to occupy clubhouses and pubs that sit empty and give heart back to communities.”

Something wonderful is happening in the bar on the first floor of the Wanderers clubhouse in the green heart of D4. An idea from Therese Coveney and Cathy Smith became a reality earlier this year, and while I was dying to visit their Together Café – a training café affiliated with the social enterprise Together Academy and also located in the same building – I’ve held out until now .

Herese and Cathy are both mothers to young people with Down Syndrome, and while their children probably don’t spend all that much time worrying about making a living and having a good life as adults, their parents do certainly. Over 90 percent of adults with DS are unemployed, many spending their days in time-filling activities that do little to enhance meaning and well-being. And then there’s the little thing of earning a wage.

https://www.independent.ie/life/food-drink/food-reviews/together-cafe-review-this-could-be-a-template-for-cafes-all-over-ireland-occupying-clubhouses-and-pubs-that-lie-empty-putting-heart-back-into-communities-42042663.html Together Cafe Review: “This could be a template for cafes across Ireland to occupy clubhouses and pubs that sit empty and give heart back to communities.”

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