Where the money goes

Projects Supported 2017 

Cork TK Maxx Stores: Cornmarket St, TK Maxx Douglas

Fund for New Children’s Centre in Cork

610 children and their families currently visit our outdated and unsuitable premise in the Lavanagh Centre in Cork for services. Over the next three years we plan to build a state-of-the-art facility catering for children and young people with disabilities and their families today and for generations to come. The site for this new centre has already been purchased with funds raised by voluntary fundraising. In order to build and complete this much needed Children’s Centre, including hydro-therapy pool, we will need to raise a further €7.5million over the next three years. 

New Respite Facility in Cork

We are building a respite centre for children in Curraheen, Cork. This centre will replace the former respite house at Park Avenue, Ballintemple in Cork which was closed in 2014 as it was no longer suitable. The new centre will have four bedrooms and can accommodate up to six children on a given night. Respite provides children with a chance to develop their independence and spend time with their friends.

 

Dublin TK Maxx Stores: Blanchardstown, Carrickmines, St. Stephens Green, Swords, Ilac, Dundrum

Children’s Services, Dublin South, Sandymount

Enable Ireland Sandymount provides services for children with a primary physical disability and/or developmental delay. Services support children and their families and cover aspects of a child’s physical, educational and social development from birth to 18 years of age. Enable Ireland’s Sandymount Campus also hosts our ‘Little Pals’ integrated preschool.

Children’s Services, Dublin South West, Tallaght

Enable Ireland Dublin South West provides services for children from birth to 18 years, living in Tallaght, Lucan, Palmerstown, Clondalkin and Templeogue. We provide therapy and support for children with a physical disability and their families. We have a team of professionals with extensive experience and expertise in the needs of children with a physical disability, including occupational therapy, paediatrics, physiotherapy, psychology, social work, speech and language therapy and early education. 

 

TK Maxx Stores: Galway, Letterkenny, Sligo, Athlone, Castlebar

Enable Ireland Galway Services

Our Galway children’s service offers a variety of programmes to over 700 children within the age range of 0 – 18 years. We offer assessment, intervention, review, consultation and family supports. Over the years we have extended the service outwards to provide community based activities such as horse riding, swimming, social, educational and field based sports, and we have a Hydrotherapy pool on site.

Enable Ireland Mayo Services

The ‘Safari Club’ in Mayo in a purpose build centre for children with disabilities up to six years of age in Castlebar. It is known as the ‘Safari Club’ as it has a colourful Safari theme throughout the building. From here we offer a range of services to over 200 children of less than 6 years, residing in Mayo and presenting with complex needs. The services provided to children and their families include: physiotherapy, psychology, social work, paediatric community nursing, preschool supports, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, early years advisors, in-home family support, transport, hydrotherapy and assistive technology which enables children to communicate with their family and friends.

 

TK Maxx Newbridge:

Kildare Services

Enable Ireland, in partnership with the HSE, Muiriosa Foundation, KARE, and St. John of God Kildare Services, provides supports to over 1,000 children and young people with complex needs aged 0 – 18 years, living in Kildare & West Wicklow. Children with disabilities including physical, intellectual and sensory can access supports from Network Disability Teams, which are provided by an interdisciplinary team made up of occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, psychologists and social workers.

 

TK Maxx Stores: Kilkenny, Portlaoise, Waterford, Clonmel, Wexford

Kilkenny Services

Enable Ireland Kilkenny was established in 1980 as a support group for parents of children with cerebral palsy. Enable Ireland are the early intervention service providers recognised and contracted by the Health Services Executive to provide a range of therapeutic and day services to children aged between 0-18 years of age in Kilkenny.

 

TK Maxx Stores: Drogheda, Navan, Mullingar
Enable Ireland Children’s Services – Dunshaughlin, Kells and Navan

In Meath, Enable Ireland provide early services in partnership with the HSE North Eastern Area. Services are available to any child under six that has a physical, sensory, learning disability/query disability or developmental delay, or a diagnosis of ASD or features of autism and require ongoing team based interventions for needs relating to their disability/query disability and is living in the County Meath Community Care area. Services are delivered within a social model providing an integrated, accessible and co-ordinated service in partnership with children and their families.

 

TK Maxx Limerick: (Mid West Services)

Enable Ireland Limerick – Blackberry Children’s Services

The Blackberry Park Early Intervention and School Age Teams provide specialist therapeutic assessment and intervention to children with complex disabilities and/or developmental delay in the Limerick North City area. The service is a partnership between Enable Ireland and the HSE. Our service is child and family centred and is offered across a range of settings. These may include at our centre, at home, or at the child's school and preschool as appropriate. Children can access services though either the Early Intervention Team (from birth to approximately six years) or through the School Age Team (from approximately 6 – 18 years of age).

Enable Ireland Children’s Services Ennis Co. Clare
The Clare Early Intervention and School Age Teams provide specialist therapeutic assessment and intervention to children with complex disabilities and/or developmental delay in the Clare catchment area. The service is a partnership between Enable Ireland, the Brothers of Charity (Clare), Clare Federation for People with Special Needs and the HSE.

Enable Ireland Children’s Services Nenagh Co. Tipperary
The North Tipperary Early Intervention and School Age Teams provide specialist therapeutic assessment and intervention to children with complex disabilities and/or developmental delay in the North Tipperary catchment area. The service is a partnership between Enable Ireland and the HSE.

 

TK Maxx Stores: Tralee, Killarney

Children’s Centre Tralee
Enable Ireland has provided services to children in Kerry for over 25 years and in 2010 we opened a state of the art building in Oakview Village. Currently 300 children with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities and their families rely on the centre for their therapy, educational and family support services. At the centre we also provide hydrotherapy sessions, assistive technology, seating and orthotic clinics, and casting for children from across Kerry.

 

TK Maxx Arklow:

Wicklow Services

Enable Ireland Wicklow Services has its main base at the Marino Centre on Church Road in Bray and we have provided services from this location for over 50 years. We also have a centre in Arklow and a respite service in Silverpines House, Bray. 

Silverpines Respite House

Silverpines Community House based in Bray provides respite breaks for children over the age of 7 years. Planned respite breaks take place during the school year with longer breaks taking place during school holidays. Children play an active part in planning their respite break and enjoy a range of activities which are appropriate for their age, interest and ability. All activities are designed to promote maximum independence and inclusion in the local and wider community.

 

Additional Projects Supported in Cavan / Monaghan Services:

Cavan / Monaghan Services
Enable Ireland provides early services in Cavan and Monaghan in partnership with the HSE North Eastern Area. We deliver our services within a social model and provide an integrated, accessible and co-ordinated service in partnership with the children using our services and their families.