Neuro-Rehabilitation Services in Ireland:

The National Steering Group (NSG) supporting the implementation of the National Strategy & Policy for the Provision of Neuro-Rehabilitation Services in Ireland are delighted to present the implementation framework for the Strategy. The NSG includes representatives from Disability Services Strategy and Planning, the National Clinical Programme for Rehabilitation Medicine, Acute

Reconnect Program HSE:

Reconnect is a programme of activities for you to enjoy at home. There are lots of different types of classes and activities to choose from. Trained instructors from Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan will show you what to do. Classes are available all day, every day. There is something

E-Leisure Buddies HSE:

E-Leisure Buddies is a programme based in Community Healthcare Organisation 1 (CHO1) where volunteers facilitate people with intellectual disability to stay connected online. People are matched by shared interests and activities are facilitated online. This is a fantastic opportunity for people to widen their social circles and have some fun

St. Margaret’s Donnybrook:

St. Margaret’s is a not-for-profit service, supporting people with intellectual disability (to move) (in their journey) from residential services to a life of their choosing in their own home. We ensure that the service moves with the person, providing a continuum of support according to their need, will and preference.

The Cedar Foundation:

Work and Training Many people with disabilities face challenges in accessing and participating in employment and training.  To help tackle these barriers Cedar offers a range of services across Northern Ireland to help individuals gain qualifications and develop the skills required to find/retain a job, transition through education and get

Assistance Dogs & Guide Dogs on Trains:

Small dogs can be carried free of charge provided they travel on the owners lap The dog must be kept on a lead at all times unless contained in a basket or in an appropriate container. Dogs on the restricted breeds list must be muzzled while travelling onboard our services Small cats can be

Guide Dogs Travel By Water:

As with all more complex journeys, you should first consider if it is appropriate to undertake a trip by boat or ship with your dog. If you are not sure, you should contact your local Guide Dogs Community Team or the assistance dog organisation who trained your dog for advice. You should

Travelling with Pets – Ireland / Britain routes:

We know staying behind whilst the rest of the family goes on holiday can be a lonely time for your pet. That’s why we are doing our very best to help you bring them along on your travels.  Your pet be it dog, cat or ferret has the option of

Brittany Ferries:

An assistance dog is one which has been specifically trained to assist a disabled person and certified by an organisation that is a full member of Assistance Dogs International (ADI) or International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF), the accrediting bodies for assistance dog organisations worldwide. We are able to carry a recognised assistance dog