Aspect, Cahir is a service which seeks to support people with Autism and who have an Intellectual Disability to achieve an enhanced quality of life. The service provides bespoke individual Life Skills and Social Skills supports in a person led therapeutic environment.
Day, Home Support, Residential and Respite Services
Child & Family Centre
Brothers of Charity Services provides Early Intervention services, child development centres, respite and residential services to children, young people and adults with an intellectual disability with complex needs from the South Tipperary area.
Services and service-users:
Camphill Community is a community of people with and without learning disabilities living and working together, on the basis of the therapeutic principle that working together to contribute to the immediate community and the wider community brings value and a sense of accomplishment. There are two communities in Co. Tipperary: in Carrick-on-Siúir and in Grangemockler:
Daughters of Charity Services offers a range of support services for adults with moderate, severe or profound intellectual disability. Specific services include:
St. Conlon’s Road
Enable Ireland works in partnership with the HSE Disabilities service through their joint North Tipperary Early Intervention and School Age Teams to provide specialist therapeutic assessment and intervention to children with complex disabilities and/or developmental delay in the North Tipperary catchment area.
Watch House Cross Business Park
In partnership with HSE Disabilities service, Extern Outreach Support Services (EOSS) predominantly work with young people and adults who have a disability or autism and who may find it challenging to integrate into traditional social, educational and community systems.
Irish Wheelchairs Association (IWA), through its Resource Centres and satellite outreach across the county, supports people with disabilities in their day-to-day lives by offering locally-based recreational and educational programmes:
Jack and Jill Foundation provides advocacy, support and an in-home nursing service. It also offers support to families whose child is approaching end of life.
The MooreHaven Centre provides a foundation skills training programme, day service programmes and work experience for adults in the mild to moderate range of intellectual disability. Its Day Service includes:
North Tipperary Disability Support Service supports adults with disabilities to live with a degree of autonomy compatible with their level of capacity. It provides a Personal Support Service through provision of personal assistant and home support workers to enable people with disabilities to live independently in their own home or a place of their choosing.
Target Group: Adults, aged 18 – 65 years, with disabilities
RehabCare provides residential care in a number of centres around the county: in Clonmel, in the Thurles area and in Nenagh. There are also two Respite Centres: in Cluain Glas, located in Thurles, and in Nenagh.
Eligibility: Adults, aged 18 years and upwards, with learning disabilities
How to access: via HSE Disabilities services
St. Cronan’s Association provides Day Support to adults living with disabilities and/or autism at four centres variously located in Roscrea, Nenagh and Birr. Services provided include:
Tipperary Centre for Independent Living (TCIL) is a Registered Charity and non-profit organisation that operates from offices in Thurles and Clonmel. The company provides a Personal Assistant service for HSE Disability Services to support people with disabilities to live independently. It also provides a transport service.