Health Services

The Anne Sullivan Foundation Centre for People who are Deafblind

The Anne Sullivan Centre provides a range of services for people who are deafblind across the country. We aim to provide services that support people who are deafblind to pursue meaningful, active and fulfilling lives based on each person’s strengths, needs and preferences. The services we provide include: Residential Day

Diagnostic Audiology Services

Diagnostic Audiology Services (Ireland) Ltd. is a family run, Irish owned independent hearing clinic, established in the Charlemont Clinic (1985). Our Director, Judith M Nugent formerly chief audiologist at the Royal Victoria, Ear and Ear Hospital, Dublin for 32 years, brings a wealth of knowledge to her business.  With a collective 50 years

My OT & Me

The My OT & Me Platform is an online platform dedicated to sharing knowledge, creating fun and playful opportunities for children and empowering parents & teachers with practical strategies that can be used to develop a child’s skills in their natural environments.  Jess who is the founder of the platform,

Integrated Care Programme for Older People

The Integrated Care Programme for Older People (ICPOP) and the National Clinical Programme for Older People (NCPOP) are leading out on the development of cohesive primary and secondary care services for older people especially those with more complex needs. The current focus is on the development of 12 pioneer sites

Integrated Care Programme for Children

The Integrated Care Programme for Children has been established to ensure that children and their families can access safe, high quality services in an appropriate location, within an appropriate timeframe, irrespective of their geographical location or social background without duplication or fragmentation of services.  Its purpose is to place children

Integrated Care Programme

ICP for Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease: The objective of the Integrated Care Programmes is to design an integrated model of care that treats patients at the lowest level of complexity that is safe, timely, efficient and as close to home as possible. The Integrated Care Programme for the

Paediatrics and Neonatology

The National Clinical Programme for Paediatrics and Neonatology was established in 2011 as a joint clinical initiative between the HSE and the Faculty of Paediatrics, RCPI.  Objectives of the National Clinical Programme for Paediatrics and Neonatology The objectives of the Programme are focused on the areas of quality, access and


Diabetes mellitus is a complex condition that has a profound impact on the quality of life of people living with the condition and on the health services as a whole. People with diabetes also run a greater risk of developing one or more severe health complications, which can greatly impact


Neurology is the branch of medicine dealing with disorders of the nervous system, including the brain, brain stem, spinal cord, root, plexus, peripheral nerves and muscle. The total cost of disorders of the brain and mind was estimated at €798 billion in Europe in 2010. This estimate is likely to


Epilepsy is a chronic disease characterized by unpredictable, sometimes lifelong, often dangerous, seizures. The condition affects about one in every 100 people and is second only to stroke as the commonest chronic neurological disorder in Europe. Of the 40,000 sufferers in Ireland only about 70% are well controlled on medication,