For over 50 years Cheshire Ireland has been providing services to adults, primarily with neurological conditions and physical disabilities.Cheshire Ireland operates a range of services in 13 counties. The services include residential centres, respite services, and supports to people living in their own homes.
Are you registered to run but have no charity chosen yet? We'd love you to run or walk with us….we have tee-shirts and sponsorship cards ready to go...
Just call Genevieve on 01 2974100
The 10km Flora Women's Mini Marathon 2013 on Bank Holiday Monday 3rd June 2013 at 2.00pm in Dublin
Please Support Cheshire Ireland by taking part and getting sponsorship from your friends and family.
CAMP Volunteer Training Camp 7-9th June 2013 »
Are you over 18, reasonably fit and willing to volunteer as a leader?
CAMP is seeking to train a new batch of (fit) men and women as leaders and volunteers for the coming 2 years. This is active, out-bound activity - perfect for strong, sporty types...and the rest of us too! Training weekend is coming up in Carne Holiday Centre, Wexford 7th June (8pm) to 9th June, 2013 (2pm). If interested please call 086 – 1508859 or complete application form before the 3rd June, 2013
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) has today (14th May 2013) published National Standards for residential services for children and adults with disabilities. These Standards outline to providers what they must do to ensure safe and effective care is provided to people living in, or using, residential and residential respite services. ....[read more]
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) was established in 2007 to regulate and monitor the quality of residential care in designated centres for children, older people and people with disabilities....[read more]
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.
There are internships available in Cheshire at the moment.
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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.
We need your help! Maybe you have two hours per week or fortnight to spare? Read More »