Amanda Kehoe

Amanda
Kehoe

Amanda was born in 1976 and grew up in Ballinteer, a suburb of Dublin. She studied Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations in Dublin Business School and worked for several years in Marketing and subsequently as P.A. to the Chairman at Nissan Ireland. Amanda is also a qualified Montessori Teacher and SNA. In 2009, Amanda gave up work to take care of her son Tadhg on a full time basis, after he was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Global Developmental Delay in March 2009, at the age of 10 months old. Amanda currently lives in Newbridge, Co. Kildare, with her husband Greg and three children, Emily, Tadhg and Dylan.

Author's books

TJ and his Wheelable Chair

Synopsis

TJ cannot walk or talk, but he still loves to listen and play with his friends. Join him as he shows that disabilities are no barrier to a happy and fulfilling life...

Author's News

Amanda Kehoe, and her son Tadhg, had a wonderful morning at Child's Play Creche in Newbridge

Amanda Kehoe, and her son Tadhg, had a wonderful morning at Child's Play Creche in Newbridge

Amanda Kehoe, and her son Tadhg, had a wonderful morning at Child's Play Creche in Newbridge on April 26th.

Amanda Kehoe - TJ and his Wheelable Chair

Amanda Kehoe is a Guest Blogger on 'Life as a Cerebral Palsy Student'

Amanda Kehoe is the guest on the blog 'Life as a Cerebral Palsy Student'. Chloe Tear is 18 and is studying psychology and child development, and her blog is a brave account of the hurdles she faces on a day to day basis.

Amanda Kehoe - news2day

Amanda Kehoe Appears on news2day

Amanda Kehoe has made an appearance on news2day. You have the opportunity to meet Amanda and all her children, especially star of her novel, Tadhg.

Amanda Kehoe's Visit to Lightwoods Primary

A Couple of Photos from Amanda Kehoe's Visit to Lightwoods Primary

Here are a couple of photos from Amanda Kehoe's recent visit to Lightwoods Primary school as she reads from her book TJ and his Wheelable Chair. This unique and staggering new novel helps children understand that children with disab

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