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RehabCare have centres across all 26 counties in Ireland. Find a service closest to you by clicking on your county below.

Cavan

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Bailieborough Resource Centre

Shercock Road,

Bailieborough

Cavan.

Telephone: 042 967 5819

This is a hub service which provides services to a number of people in Cavan. Service provision includes social integration and community inclusion projects and programmes led by New Directions. Service users avail of programmes including independent living training, healthy lifestyle programmes, sport leisure activities. Some service users are in part-time supported employment positions with ongoing support from the service as part of New Directions project. Social integration and community inclusion activities form an ongoing part of supports provided at the centre on a daily and weekly basis.

 

Cavan Resource Centre

Drumalee,

Cootehill,

County Cavan.

Telephone: 049 433 1161

Based at  Drumalee Cavan, the resource centre provides services to 50 service users including part-time supported employment, social integration and community inclusion and independent living training. This is a very active service with ongoing development in New Directions type programmes. 

Cavan Resource Outreach Centre

River Street,

Cavan

Telephone: 049-4331161

This is a second HUB service opened in the town centre of Cavan in 2016. Supporting a number of service users to engage in the local community with projects and programmes based on person-centred planning aims and goals.

Carlow

 Carlow RehabCare Centres

Carlow Resource Centre

Killeshin Road,

Graiguecullen,

Carlow.

Telephone: 059 913 2266

RehabCare's community-based resource centres in Carlow assists people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

Clare

RehabCare services Clare

Shannon Day Service

8/10 Caiseal Daire,

Brú Na Sionna,

Shannon,

County Clare.

Telephone: 061 719 500

This centre has capacity for 36 people in total. It houses a meeting room, relaxation room, a kitchen/dining area all downstairs. The programmes on offer are meditation, ladies group, men’s group, bingo, quizzes, current affairs, communication class, go for life, one-to-one cooking classes, computers, monopoly, board games walks, general knowledge, pool, library, skittles, arts and crafts, service user activity choice and games. Service users get the chance to gain independence by participating in programme along with partaking in the courses run by the VEC and Rehab Group's learning division, National Learning Network. The service users can go on to college level after the VEC and NLN training if they so wish.

Cork

RehabCare Cork
Bantry Resource Centre

Drumleigh South,

Bantry,

Cork.

Telephone: 027 514 14

The service is open 8.30am -5.15pm Monday to Friday and operates a drop in one evening a month and supports adults with a disability aged between 18-65 years. The service operates a variety of activities both centre and community based with options of two or three activities morning and afternoon timetable is available upon request. Activities are reviewed and change according to clients requests 

The service links in with local charity shops for volunteer work and other establishments for work experience, employability for employment opportunities and local colleges and schools for further education courses and is part of the social farming programme in West Cork. 

Bruach Resource Centre

Bruach,

Bachelor’s Quay

Cork.

Telephone: 021 490 7610

RehabCare's community-based resource centres in Cork assists people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

Douglas Resource Centre

Dosco Industrial Estate,

South Douglas Road,

Cork.

Telephone: 021 436 2701

Servicing  the Cork City and county area RehabCare Douglas offers services across  a wide range of activities and programmes tailored to meet the needs and wishes of service users including education, social integration and independent living skills programmes.

Bantry Respite 

Droumleigh South

Bantry Co Cork

Telephone: 027 55429

Bantry Respite Service aims to provide a break for service users, in a home from home setting whilst providing professional care and support to those using the service. Bantry Respite Service provides a three night respite service (Monday – Thursday or Tuesday - Friday) to any persons both male and female with a physical and/or sensory disability who live in West, North Cork & South Lee Care Area and are between the ages of 18 & 65 years old, at the time of referral. This service is not available for children (under 18 years old) or those who are referred following their 66th birthday.

Physical and Sensory Day Service, Bantry and Castletownbere

The day centre in Bantry is open Tuesday to Friday 9am -5pm to male and female clients with a physical and sensory disability aged between 18 to 65 at the time of application.  We deliver an outreach service to clients in the Castletownbere area on Mondays. Door to door transport is provided to clients who attend the Physical and Sensory Day Centre. The day service offers a wide range of activities within the day service and local community such as yoga, shiatsu, reflexology, art, computers, drama and music, educational courses with local education centres, volunteer work and links in with employability.  

Donegal

 Gaway RehabCare services

Lifford Resource Centre

Finn Valley Enterprise Park

Lifford,

County Donegal.

Telephone: 074 914 143

This resource centre, located in Lifford caters for more than 30 people spanning a wide variety of ages and backgrounds which makes it a lively, busy and fun environment.  The centre operates a programme of different activities and modules based on people’s expressed wishes or desired outcomes. In addition there is a significant focus on one to one work in order to ensure that each person has a chance to explore fully the areas that they would like support and development with. 

Seaview Respite Centre

Dromore Lower

Co Donegal

Telephone: 074 973 5925

Seaview House in Mountcharles provides critical respite services to a number of families in South Donegal. This high-quality nurse-led respite service operates five days a week providing welcome respite for families. A person-centred quality service is guaranteed for the adults and children accessing this service.

Dublin

 RehabCare Dublin

Dún Laoghaire Resource Centre

Clarence House,

Clarence Street,

Dún Laoghaire

County Dublin.

Telephone: 01 202 0440

RehabCare Dun Laoghaire Resource Centre provides social care services for 33 people over 18 years of age with intellectual disability. Service users may also present with other support needs due to, for example, mental health issues or Acquired Brain Injury. This is a person-centred community based service that focuses on developing coping skills, social skills and independent living skills. Service Users are supported to engage in meaningful activities in the resource centre and in the community in a way that enhances their quality of life.

Dun Laoghaire Outreach Centre

RehabCare Dun Laoghaire Outreach Service provides social care services for people over 18 years of age with mild intellectual disability, who may also present with other support needs.  The Service is delivered primarily in the community with some independent living skill facilitation.  We strive to provide a level of support that enables service users to engage in their own lives as independently as possible. Key worker support is available at regular times each week.  The focus is on supporting people to develop coping skills, social connections and achieve Person centred outcomes that enhance their quality of life.

HOPS Resource  Centre

Block 7,

Unit C,

Westland Square,

Dublin 2.

Telephone: 01 673 0150

HOPS is a RehabCare Resource centre that provides supports for people who experience mental health difficulties. It is a centre of wellness and recovery where people can provide support for one another and build new relationships. We provide a variety of activities and wellness programmes.Our mission is to support people to be in charge of their health and wellness, and to be included in their communities.

Staff in HOPS work collaboratively to impart skills, create awareness and meet social needs. We promote open positive relationships, trust and fun. Through the recovery model we endeavour to meet individual needs- physical, mental, emotional and spiritual - in consultation with all stakeholders. We seek to empower others and to reduce stigma. People interested in attending HOPS can ask a GP, a community psychiatric nurse or Psychiatrist to make a referral on their behalf.  

Ballyfermot Resource Centre

Kylemore Life House,

Kylemore Road,

Ballyfermot,

Dublin 10.

Telephone: 01 626 9979

Rehabcare Ballyfermot is a day resource centre that provides activities and programmes to promote community integration and opportunities for people with disabilities. We promote choice and individual empowerment as well as good health and overall physical and mental well-being. We provide a social space to support people to learn new skills and to access the workforce where required in an atmosphere of camaraderie and friendship.

Park House Day Centre

Park House,

Stillorgan,

County Dublin.

Telephone: 01 288 5463

Park House is a day service that caters for people with physical disability. Our centre is located close to Stillorgan village in south Dublin. We provide a person-centred approach to create a warm and welcoming environment for all. Park House promotes the enhancement of a service users' quality of life through social and  leisure activities such as Art and crafts, photography, ceramics, bridge classes, computers and many more. Park house provides a space for friendly relaxed socialising as well as many opportunities for community inclusion.

New Horizons Resource Centre

Park House, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin

Telephone: 01-2108 567

New Horizons is a resource centre for school leavers with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities. We are located on the outskirts of Stillorgan village in south Dublin. New horizons is a space for socialising, learning and having fun.  We follow the New Directions model by actively promoting community inclusion and  offering a high quality individualised service. Our team is also trained in methods of non-verbal communication such as Lamh, PECS and Assistive Technology. We offer both group and individualised programmes based on service users interests, wishes and goals.

Dublin Home Based Respite

Beach Road,

Sandymount,

Dublin 4.

Telephone: 01 205 7238.

Galway

 Gaway RehabCare services

Galway Resource Centre – Unit 9B

9B Liosban Business Park,

Tuam Road,

Galway.

Telephone: 091 755 6861

Galway Resource Centre offers a personalised service in line with the HSE's New Directions policy. Our adult service provides individuals to work towards a meaningful and valued life in their community.

Casla Resource Centre

Unit 7 Costello Industrial Estate,

Costello,

County Galway.

Telephone: 091 572 210

Casla Resource Centre is a bilingual centre offering personalised service in line with the HSE's New Directions policy. Our adult service provides individuals to work towards a meaningful and valued life in their community.

Galway Aspergers Outreach Support

Unit 5b Liosban Business Park,

Tuam Road,

Galway

Individuals needing additional support following the Compass programme are directed to our Community Outreach Support service in Galway.  

Rise

Westside Resource Centre,

Seamus Quirke Road,

Galway

Telephone: 091 528325

Rise service is a community service which provides supports for individuals with an Intellectual Disability, Autism and/or a physical or sensory disability to be more connected, active and included in their community.

Galway Outreach Service

5b Liosban Business Park,

Tuam Road,

Galway 

Telephone: 087 340 5506

This an individual service-user service which is community based. The service supports the individual with community and social skills and personal living skills.  Personal living skills include (but not limited to) budgeting skills, support with grocery shopping management and in-house supports.

Oasis Outreach Day Service

Odeon House,

7 Eyre Square,

Office 2, 3rd Floor Unit, 7

Galway

This is an outreach day service for school leavers who have been diagnosed ASD or sensory and physical disabilities. The service provides one-to-one community support and group workshops. The service supports individual's on a one-to-one basis with personal living skills and community/social supports. Workshops cater to a wide range of needs including; nutrition and health, budgeting skills and cyber bullying. 

Galway Acquired Brain Injury Community  Support

Unit 5B Liosban Business Park,

Tuam Road,

Galway

Telephone: 091 764 079

The Galway Acquired Brain Injury Service is a neuro outreach service providing individuals with MS or those who suffered a traumatic or acquired brain injury and/or other neurological conditions. Individuals are guided through our various rehab programmes, some of which are ABI management and awareness, personal and behavioural development with life skills management, individually goal focused plans, delivered by ABI specialised community support workers out in the community.  The Rehabcare Outreach Service is overseen by a Neuropsychologist and a Neuro Occupational Therapist.

ABI Home Based Service

Telephone: 091 764 079

Rehabcare provides a bespoke 24 hours acquired brain injury residential service within an individuals own family home.  This enables the individual to remain in familiar surroundings, supported by family, friends and the wider community while receiving rehab from specialist social care workers. 

Kerry

 Carlow RehabCare Centres

Blennerville Resource Centre

Blennerville,

Tralee,

County Kerry.

Telephone: 066 719 0559

This resource centre provides a variety of programmes to service users which support independent living skills, community inclusion  and supporting mental health. Programme choices depend on the interests of individuals. FETAC Courses and Educational training programmes are also offered. Those who avail of the service are referred through the HSE, are aged 18 and over, and present with mild to moderate intellectual disability. The aim of the service is to empower those who use it to reach their potential in a warm, welcoming environment. Staff support service users through person-centred planning. The service encourages and supports healthy lifestyles, advocacy, employment, volunteering and active citizenship.

Kildare

 RehabCare services

Kildare Resource Centre

Unit 2C,

Kildare Enterprise Centre,

Melitta Road,

Kildare.

Telephone: 045 530 310

RehabCare Kildare Resource Centre is situated in the heart of Kildare and delivers a person-centred approach in ways that match the choices, aspirations and needs of people with mental health issues, physical and learning disabilities. The aim of the service is to promote the enhancement of service user’s quality of lives through increasing community inclusion, personal development, health, educational, recreational and occupational programmes within the centre and local community.

Kilkenny

RehabCare Kilkenny

 

Kilkenny Resource Centre

Regent House,

William Street,

Kilkenny.

Telephone: 056 779 7555

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life.The Resource centre provides a service to individuals who may need medium to low support on a daily basis. Many of the service users are supported in areas such as work/employment, independent living, social skills and relationships, education, training and many more.  Each person will have the opportunity to access a ‘one of a kind’ service that they have created for themselves

Laois

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Portlaoise Resource Centre

22 Lower Main Street,

Portlaoise,

County Laois.

Telephone: 057 868 2524

RehabCare Portlaoise Resource Centre is located in the heart of Portlaoise town. The service also extends to the provision of Community Hubs in Laois including Portlaoise, Mountmellick, Potarlington and Abbeyleix which cater primarily for individuals with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities or for individuals with dual diagnosis.  The focus of this centre is to facilitate service users to participate meaningfully in their own communities in line with the HSE's New Directions policy by providing person-centred support in social, community, independent living, education, employment and personal development activities.

Leitrim

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Ballinamore Resource Centre

New Golf Links Road,

Ballinamore,

County Leitrim.

Telephone: 071 964 4132

RehabCare Ballinamore is a day service which is person-centred focused with emphasis on the New Directions policy as set out by HSE. The centre supports 37 adults with learning difficulties, mental health issue and physical disabilities. The service is divided into two different areas with a day service in Ballinamore town which operates five days a week, a Hub unit based in Carrick On Shannon which operates four days a week. In line with New Directions we also use the opportunity whilst in this Hub unit for community involvement and for maximising independence. Service users are involved in a variety of programmes to suit their individual needs.

Bayview Respite Centre

Tullaghan,

Co. Leitrim

RehabCare's centre-based respite care services provide adults and children with disabilities with the opportunity to take a holiday, while at the same time providing the families/carers with a break from full-time caring.

The presence of a respite service is key in helping a person to remain in the family home for as long as possible. The philosophy of our centre-based services is to provide a home-from-home setting, making it an enjoyable and relaxed time for the individual in an environment where the family can be confident that their family member's needs are being well catered for.

Ballinamore Outreach Service

Telephone: 071 964 4132

We also run an Outreach service which provides support to individuals outside the hours of 9am-5pm. This is an evening /weekend service depending on the needs of our service users and is very much social inclusion focused. We run a variety of programmes to met the individual needs of each person who attend the service.

Limerick

Limerick Resource Centre

Parnell Place,

Parnell Street,

Limerick.

Telephone: 061 312 876

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life.

Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

Red House

Limerick Autism Respite Service

Red House,

Red Hill,

Patrickswell,

County Limerick.

Telephone: 061 320 049

Red House is the Children’s Respite Service located in Limerick. The service strives to provide a holistic service, supporting both child and family, in a home-from-home environment. Red House aims to support children with autism, and their families, through the provision of both residential and day respite services. By providing respite, families are empowered to continue to support their family member within their own home and local community. For many families the service will give them a break, their child is well cared for, happy and they are in a position to do activities or social events that otherwise they have to forgo.

Limerick Physical and Sensory Respite

Cairdeas,

Clough Keating,

Patrickswell,

County Limerick.

Telephone: 061 498 079

Cairdeas is a physical and sensory respite service. The service provides respite breaks to people with a physical and sensory disability and is based on a social model of support, responding to the individual needs of the guests. The service is available to any person, male or female, with a physical and/or sensory disability who resides in the Mid-West Area and is between the ages of 18 and 65 years old at the time of referral. The philosophy of our centre-based services is to provide a home from home setting, making it an enjoyable and relaxed time for the individual in an environment where the family can be confident that their family member's needs are being well catered for. Our service is designed to meet individual needs. We therefore consider people individually and can accommodate people with varying levels of support needs. A respite break may be any length of time but usually a 5 day or 7 day stay depending on the individual’s needs.

Longford

RehabCare services
Longford Autism Day Service

Highfield House,

Knockloughlin,

County Longford.

Telephone: 043 334 4043

Highfield House provides individuals with a safe home from home environment, while supporting a service user based service. A number of service users from the locality are supported by a team off staff who support their identified needs through support and care. 

 

Red Leaf Resource Centre,

Unit 1 & 2,

Redleaf House,

Towns Park Road,

County Longford.

Telephone: 043 334 2563

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

Louth

Dundalk Resource Centre

Dundalk House,

Carroll Village,

Church Street,

County Louth.

Telephone: 042 932 8769

Dundalk House provides a person-centred service for adults with intellectual disabilities open from Monday to Friday with a focus on supporting persons to achieve a greater level of independence. If you are interested in taking a look at our service, please contact your local HSE office. RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life.

Dundalk Resource Centre

Block 3,

Ground Floor,

Quayside Bus Park,

Mill Street,

Dundalk,

County Louth.

Telephone: 042 933 4726

Quayside is an adult resource centre within walking distance to the town centre of Dundalk with easy access to public transport. This service offers a wide range of programmes such as IT skills, cooking, crafts and many others. It also offers the service users the opportunity for work experience out in the community. RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. 

Dundalk Horticultural Unit
Mounthamilton House,
Carrick Road,
Dundalk,
County Louth.
New Visions 

Day Service

30 Clanbrassil Street, 

Dundalk

Co. Louth

New Visions is a Resource Service that provides a person-centre service to young adults between the ages of 18-25. This service focuses on supporting the giant leap from being a young teenager to adulthood in a fun and goal focused environment. If you are interested in taking a look at our service, please contact your local HSE office. 

Maria Goretti Children's Respite Centre

Lordship,

Dundalk,

Co Louth

Telephone: 042 937 6094

Providing a holistic service, supporting both child and family, in a home from home environment for children, male and female, with Autism, intellectual disability or physical and sensory disabilities. The children, who currently range in age from 6-18yrs, are referred to the service by the Louth HSE Respite Referral Team. The service currently provides respite care for up to 12 children each week. The service follows the social model of service provision with minimal nursing intervention. 

Mayo

 

Castlebar Resource Centre

Breaffy Road,

Castlebar,

County Mayo.

Telephone: 094 904 3055

This resource Centre provides high support and one-to-one services to 20 young adults delivering many person-centred, community based activities including work experience. Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

 

Castlebar Community Resource Centre

3 Spencer Street,

Castlebar,

County Mayo.

Telephone: 094 905 1270

Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

Mayo PA Service

Breaffy Rd,

Castlebar,

Co Mayo

Telephone: 087 349 3227

PA Service providing supports to individuals to engage in their local community in relation to activities, house shopping, appointments etc. It also provides home supports, personal care or daily living.

Meath

 RehabCare

Dunboyne Resource Centre

Rooske Road,

Dunboyne,

County Meath.

Telephone: 01 825 5641

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. Rehab Care Dunboyne Day Resource Centre provides a range of services to people with physical and sensory disabilities in the south of County Meath. Located within walking distance of the town of Dunboyne and based in the Primary Care Centre at Rooske Rd. Dunboyne. Community Integration, community based programmes, complimentary programmes, person centred planning are the core focus of the Dunboyne resource centre.

 

Navan Resource Centre

Mullaghboy Industrial Estate,

Athboy,

Navan,

County Meath.

Telephone: 046 907 0497

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life.

Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

Located in Meath, RehabCare Day services include the Navan Resource centre and Hubs in Ashbourne, Ratoath, Kells and Navan. Taking a person-centred approach to providing goal based programmes based on the needs and wishes of service users. In line with New Directions the centre aims to support the empowerment of service users to become active members of their local communities. 

Navan Children's Respite

The Meadows, 

Philpottstown, 

Trim Road,

Navan, Co. Meath

Telephone: 046 907 6629

The Meadows Children's Respite Service provides respite and outreach services to children with intellectual disability, autism and physical and sensory disabilities between the ages of six and 18 years in County Meath.  The centre also runs a weekend club for young people between 14 and 18 years and 18-21 who are more independent and require social support.  This runs on a Saturday from the resource centre in Navan.

Monaghan

 

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Monaghan Resource Centre

Canal View Court,

Mall Road,

Tirkeenan,

County Monaghan.

Telephone: 047 811 15

Monaghan Resource Centre offers a personalised service in line with the HSE's New Directions policy. Our adult service provides individuals to work towards a meaningful and valued life in their community.  RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life.

Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. Each person who attends our resource centres is supported to increase their independence and confidence, enabling them to improve their quality of life. This is done through person-centred planning.

Offaly

 RehabCare

Tullamore Resource Centre

Tus Nua,

Tanyard,

Tullamore,

County Offaly.

Telephone: 057 932 4613

Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

  

Tus Nua Resource Centre

Tanyard Lane, Tullamore,

Co. Offaly

Telephone: 057 935 2314

Tús Nua Resource Centre is a day service for adults with a mild or moderate intellectual disability.  We are situated in the heart of Tullamore within walking distance to all the local amenities and good access to public transport. The resource centre follows the New Directions model of service delivery and all activities are tailored to each person's individual need.  Activities offered come under the following categories: meaningful social roles, inclusion in local community, personal expression and creativity, vocational training and employment opportunities, health and well being, personal and social development, maximising independence, education and formal learning, transitions and progression, choices and plans, influencing service policy and practice, bridging programmes to vocational training.

Eiscir Meadows Day Service

Tullamore 

Co Offaly 

Eiscir Meadows is situated on the outskirts of Tullamore town and is focused on promoting a person-centre approach by supporting each person to exercise choice while availing of the local resources within the community. A strong emphasis is placed on assisting all attendees to reach their full potential in an unstructured and enjoyable way using the New Directions philosophy while embracing a culture of positivity.

Canal View Resource Centre

Grand Canal House,

Columcille Street,

Tullamore,

County Offaly.

Telephone: 057 932 5825

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. 

Canal View’ opened in August 2018 on the main street of Tullamore, and service users currently attending are encouraged to access the resources of the town in a flexible and creative way using the New Directions philosophy. Community inclusion, independence, choice and rights are inherent elements of the multiplicity of supports provided. The main objectives of Canal View are to improve the quality of the lives of all the attendees, while increasing their opportunities for true inclusion within society.

Charleville Cottage Respite Service,

Charleville Road,

Tullamore,

County Offaly.

Telephone: 057 932 9991

 

Tullamore Autism Outreach Service

Charleville Road,

Tullamore,

County Offaly.

Telephone: 057 932 9991

This service is provided in conjunction with Charleville Cottage respite service and is a community-based service provided to individuals who live at home and are supported to utilise community facilities through the outreach service. All referrals come through the HSE and an assessment of needs is carried out by the service to determine the capacity of the service to meet the individual needs.

Tullamore Autism Resource Centre

Kilcruttin Business Park,

Kilcruttin,

Tullamore,

County Offaly.

Roscommon

 Knocklofty

Castlerea Resource Centre

Church Road,

Castlerea,

County Roscommon

Telephone: 094 962 2972

Castlerea Resource Centre offers a personalised service in line with the HSE's New Directions policy. Our adult service provides individuals to work towards a meaningful and valued life in their community.

Castlerea Outreach Service

Telephone: 094 962 2972

This Outreach service provides support to individuals in a rural setting, aiding them to access services and leisure activities within their local community in keeping with New Directions policy.

Ross House 

Fallon Avenue,

Lanesborough Street,

Roscommon

Telephone: 090 666 5740

Established in 2016, Ross House is a school leaver's service facilitating school leavers to transition to adult life through social and independent living skills.  Currently there are 20 individuals availing of this service. 

Sligo

 Carlow RehabCare Centres

Sligo Resource Centre

Unit 6 Cleveragh Retail Park,

Cleveragh,

County Sligo.

Telephone: 071 915 0385

Sligo resource Centre is a day service which runs from Monday to Friday providing opportunities for service users to access and engage in their wider communities with regards community inclusion, personal choice, meaningful activities. The centre offers a person-centred approach and provides internal and external programmes to suit the needs of those who avail of the service. We are currently in line with New Directions.

Tipperary

Knocklofty
Cluain Glas Respite Service

Cluain Glas is a Thurles-based Respite Service which provides respite for both male and female service users between the ages of 18 and 65. Cluain Glas respite to adults. Cluain Glas places an emphasis on respect, promotes independence, and enables service users to reach their goals and carry out activities that are of interest to them. 

 

Nenagh Resource Centre

1 St. Conlon’s Road,

Nenagh,

County Tipperary.

Telephone: 067 430 46

Serving the areas of North Tipperary and Limerick, Nenagh Resource Centre has provided day service supports since 2002. The service provides educational, recreational and social programmes for participants living with mild to profound ID. The staff team, supported by a Community Employment scheme, provide individual supports to its 29 participants under the HSE's New Directions framework. The participants range in age from 18 to 67, and delivery of service is built upon a person centred approach.

Thurles Resource Centre

Stradavoher, Thurles,

Co. Tipperary

Telephone: 0504 570 11

Thurles Resource Centre is a five day-service for adults with ASD, intellectual disability and associated behavioural challenges from the North Tipperary catchment area. The Resource Centre provides service users with opportunities for personal development, independent living, independent choice, experiential and educational programmes, therapeutic supports, work experience, community integration and social and leisure activities. Needs are met through individual, person-centred plans and tailored timetables. Service users are offered one-to-one staffing support, funded through the HSE. 

Clonmel Resource Centre

Bridgewater House,

Old Waterford Road,

Clonmel,

County Tipperary.

Telephone: 052 612 2817

The Suir Drop

Bridgewater House,

Old Waterford Road,

Clonmel,

County Tipperary.

Telephone: 052 613 8799

Carrow Respite Service

Carrow Respite Service is based on a social model of support, responding to individual needs of the service users who are referred. In order to plan and ensure the appropriate levels of support, the service users will be supported within the following defined care groups. This will be determined by their primary condition. Carrow House can only provide respite to those individuals with low support requirements and those that have the physical ability to access all areas of the property required to meet their physical needs.

Waterford

Waterford Resource Centre

Unit 2 Tramore Business Park,

Tramore Road,

Waterford.

Telephone: 051 378 8800

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and to thrive, achieve and shine. The Resource Centre offers a range of supports to individuals to achieve their goals and be supported to make their own choices and plans. Through person-centred planning, individuals are supported to develop independent living skills, and to seek employment and educational opportunities and to have the opportunity to engage in creative expression and community involvement. The resource centres provides people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. 

Vita Community Hub

1 Durands Court,

45 Parnell St,

Waterford

Telephone: 051-378880

At the Vita community hub, we offer our service users a range of supports and opportunities which will help them to develop in their lives and achieve their personal goals. Driven by the core principals of New Directions, our service aims to empower service users to become more independent and confident within their own lives and in their local community. Linking with community organisations such as the VEC, ETB and the SIDO, Vita aims to offer our service users a range of courses and activities in their community which will help them to develop valued social roles. We also offer weekend and evening outings each month which helps service users go to events in and around, Waterford City such as concerts, theatre and sporting events.

Waterford Carelink Services

Unit 2, Tramore Road Business Park, 

Waterford

Telephone: 051-378 880

In our Carelink Services we support older people, children and people with disabilities to continue living independently in their own homes. We assist with a wide range of tasks – maybe calling into your home on a regular basis to cook dinner, doing grocery shopping or helping you to get up, washed and ready for the day ahead. We also support people to access the community. CareLink’s home support workers support people to achieve the quality of life that they desire. The services provided are flexible and tailored to the specific needs of the individual client.

Westmeath

 

Athlone Resource Centre and Outreach Service

Crescent House,

Railway Road,

Athlone,

County Westmeath.

Telephone: 090 649 1454

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

Wexford

 RehabCare Wexford

Wexford Resource Centre,

Whitemills Industrial Estate,

Clonard,

Wexford.

Telephone: 053 912 4248

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. RehabCare Wexford is a resource centre located on the outskirts of Wexford town offering a day service to adults primarily with learning disabilities, but also people with mental health challenges, acquired brain injury and physical and sensory disabilities. Each service user has their own individual, person-centred plan aimed at enhancing their independence and quality of life in line with New Directions. All programmes run in the centre stem from the service users' outcomes and therefore are wide and varied and include multi-sensory therapy, individual cookery programmes, money management, basic electronics, skin care and photography.

Wicklow

 RehabCare Cork
Bray Resource Centre

Southern Cross House,

Southern Cross Business Park,

Boghall Road,

Bray,

County Wicklow.

Telephone: 01 276 5764

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life.

Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. There is a focus on people playing positive and active roles in their local community, increasing their autonomy and choice in their own lives, and becoming actively involved in the managing of their own health and well being.

Lean Ar Aghaigh Day Service

Southern Cross House,

Southern Cross Business Park,

Boghall Road,

Bray,

County Wicklow.

Telephone: 01 276 5764

This is a high support service developing individual skills, promoting new experiences and positive social engagement and a positive and active role in their local community in line with the HSE's New Directions model.

Phoenix Resource Centre

Southern Cross House,

Southern Cross Business Park,

Boghall Road,

Bray,

County Wicklow.

Telephone: 01 276 5764

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life.

Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. This is a low/medium support service: promoting ongoing personal development and focusing on supporting people to play positive and active roles in their local community, increasing autonomy and choice in their own lives and being actively involved in the managing of their own health and well being.

River's Edge Community Outreach Centre

Rehabcare Community Outreach

2nd Floor

55 Main St

Arklow

River's Edge Community Outreach centre is located in the heart of Arklow, overlooking the scenic Avoca River estuary. The centre caters for adults with ages ranging from 18 to 50, who have a wide range of interests including music and performance, literature, history, local knowledge, sport and art.