Local Initiatives

The North West Parents and Friends Association:

The North West Parents and Friends Association are a voluntary Sligo and Leitrim based community association, which is dedicated to the support of facilities and communities, working towards the fulfillment, needs and rights of people with intellectual disabilities and special needs, to achieve for each individual the greatest possible level


Livability is the charity that’s committed to enabling people with disabilities to live the life they want to lead. We work to change what is unlivable, helping people to tackle the barriers they face and create a livable life. We believe that the people we support have the right to

Leitrim Association of People with Disabilities:

Leitrim Association of People With Disabilities was established to promote the rights of all persons regardless of age, type or nature of disability to: live in the community; have a range of choices in housing, transportation, education and employment; participate in social, economic, cultural and political activities The core aim

Exta Care:

Extra Care was established in 1935 to ensure that people could move out of hospital and live their lives in the comfort of their own homes.   Our Purpose For over 80 years, we’ve been leading the way in how home care is delivered. Our Vision To be the leading

County Roscommon Disability Support Group:

County Roscommon Disability Support Group CLG is committed to improving the quality of life and the standards of services to all people with disabilities, older people and children. Support is also available for families and carers. Statement of Purpose To aid and assist with the enhancement of the quality of

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland

We are the leading provider of community-based rehabilitation services for people living with an acquired brain injury in Ireland. OUR APPROACH Every brain is different so every brain injury is unique to each individual affected. For this reason, we champion the Individual Rehabilitation Plan (IRP). The IRP is a neuro-rehabilitation

Carriglea Cáirde Services:

Carriglea Cáirde Services provides  residential, respite and day services services and supports to persons with an intellectual disability. Services are provided to people in West Waterford and services are mainly centred in Dungarvan. Carriglea Cáirde Services provides a variety of services and supports to approx. 180 adults with an intellectual disability


Clarecare is the largest Clare based, not for profit Social Enterprise  providing a unique range of support services for people in County Clare. History Clarecare, originally Clare Social Service Council, was set up in 1968 as a means of co-ordinating and developing local services for the elderly. The Clare Social

Clare Branch of The National Council for People with Disabilities

Welcome to the Clare branch of The National Council for People with Disabilities (NCPD) web site. The National Council for People with Disabilities (NCPD) was set up in March 2012. It consists of several ex-PWDI networks, and disabled people, carers and family and friends of disabled people. It was set up in response to

Independent People with Disabilities

The Independent People with Disabilities organisation set up in February 2012 is the “only ” democratic, independent, grass roots, cross disability body to represent and advocate on behalf of “all people with disabilities” in the counties Westmeath, Longford and Roscommon. It is hoped that the Organisation will grow into a