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Resource Centres

Resource Centres

RehabCare's community-based resource centres assist people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and a better quality of life. Our resource centres provide people with access to a range of supports and activities on a one-to-one basis and in group settings. Activities vary from centre to centre and depending on the interests of the people who attend each service some examples are: art and crafts, drama, horticulture, leisure activities, cookery, independent living skills, sports, dancing, group excursions and many more. 

Each person who attends our resource centres is supported to increase their independence and confidence, enabling them to improve their quality of life. This is done through person-centred planning.

RehabCare has 49 resource centres across the country and the individuals who attend our services are aged between 18 and 65 years and have one or a combination of the following disabilities: intellectual disability, mental health issue, physical disability, autism, sensory disability, rare disorder and/or an acquired brain injury.


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Meet The People We Support

  • Meet Nicola Walsh
    I am deaf. When I started in the RehabCare Resource Centre I had no confidence with communicating with hearing people. ...
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  • Meet Richard Smyth
    I enjoy the centre, benefit from the programmes, avail of staff support and I have made friends here. ...
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  • Meet Anne Lane
    I have been attending the Blennerville Resource Centre for the past 13 years. ...
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  • Meet Amy Lynch
    Like everybody, I used to worry that things wouldn’t go as planned. Coming to the centre makes me feel good. I learned a lot about myself and disability – but more so about my own ability. ...
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  • Meet Lisa Boylan
    I’ve so many friends here, it’s such a good community of people. ...
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