Ireland Organizations that Serve People with Cognitive Disabilities

These are national organizations, located in Ireland, that serve people with cognitive disabilities.

  • The Acquired Brain Injury Advocacy Association
    "BRÍ is dedicated to advocating for all those affected by Acquired Brain Injury. We strive to ensure that all those affected by Acquired Brain Injury have the best possible quality of life. We work to achieve change in terms of service provision, public awareness and prevention."
  • Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
    "... Ireland’s leading provider of flexible and tailor-made services for people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)."
  • Dyslexia Association of Ireland
    "... aims to promote awareness of Specific Learning Disability (SLD/Dyslexia) and to serve the needs of people with this difficulty. "... lobbies for the provision of appropriate services by the state to all people with dyslexia. It provides a free information service to the public. Services offered include: psycho-educational assessment of children and adults, group and individual specialised tuition, teachers' courses, summer schools, speakers for schools and parents groups."
  • Clanmil Housing
    "... aims to be a primary provider of high quality homes at the lowest possible economic rent for everyone in housing need ...". Provides "... housing for people with mental health problems, dementia and leaning disabilities ..." (intellectual disabilities).
  • National Institute for Intellectual Disability (NIID)
    "... an inclusive Institute centring on lifelong learning for individuals with intellectual disability, disability research and social change ..." Key areas of work are: lifelong learning, research and advocacy. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

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