For more than 20 years, Positive Futures has been providing a wide range of innovative community based services to children, young people and adults with an intellectual disability, acquired brain injury or autistic spectrum condition and their families.
Over 150 years old, ChildVision is the only place in Ireland totally dedicated to the education and therapy needs of blind and multi-disabled children.
Prosper Fingal was set up in 1978 by parents and friends of people with learning disabilities because there was a lack of services for this group in the Fingal area when they finished school. With support from parents / carers, the local community and the local Health Board (now Health Service Executive), we have always delivered services around the needs and wishes of the people who use our services. We continue to enjoy that community support today.
The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre
Our aims and objectives; to promote and develop the Arts on a local and regional basis, and to this end, we organise and host performances, cultural events, exhibitions, sessions, workshops and classes weekly.
Fighting Blindness is an Irish, patient-led organisation funding research into treatments and cures for blindness. We also provide a professional counselling service for people and families affected by sight loss and are extremely active in the area of advocacy and patient empowerment. Our vision is to cure blindness, support those experiencing sight loss and empower patients.
Remember Us is a local based community group providing an integrated social outlet for young people/adults with special needs, their families and friends.
The League of Blindness
As a Center for Independent Living, the League serves consumers through three divisions within the organization: Independent Living Services, DeafLink and In-Home Care.
NCBI, the national sight loss agency, is a not for profit charitable organisation which provides support and services nationwide to people experiencing sight loss.