What We Do
Cheshire Ireland provides a range of support services to people with both physical and neurological conditions in their homes, in residential centres, in supported accommodation and in stand alone respite facilities. We provide our services to people often with very complex and high support needs.
Cheshire Ireland provide services to 281 people in 21 centres in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Wicklow, Limerick, Donegal, Kerry,Carlow, Waterford, Sligo and Mayo.
Our aim is to provide quality, person-centred services, which facilitate people with disabilities to live a life of their own choosing.
Cheshire Ireland has been established in Ireland for nearly 50 years, with our first centre opening in Ardeen, Shillelagh, Co. Wicklow. We are currently the biggest provider of supported accommodation in the country.
Join us in working to create innovative, community-based supports designed in partnership with each individual person.
Cheshire Ireland is an equal opportunities employer. All successful candidates will be subject to vetting by the Garda Vetting Unit.
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) is now responsible for the registration and inspection of all residential services for children and adults with disabilities, including respite services, run by the Health Service Executive (HSE) and private and voluntary services. It is the first time any of these services will have been subject to independent inspection.
Make a difference and give someone a rest in an empty nest!
Have you got a spare room and would you like some company? Have you ever thought of inviting a person with a disability to stay in your home for a weekend on a regular basis? Have you ever thought of what a difference this could make to a person’s life and to your own? ... [read more]
Cheshire Ireland appreciates and values volunteers as an intrinsic and vital resource in its centres and encourages volunteers to become involved in a variety of practical ways across the organisation.
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