National Disability Services Association represents the network of some of the largest national providers of disability services in the community across Ireland.
We work across the widest range of community services- education, training, personal assistance, community day care, employment, residential, respite and rehabilitation.
We work with and for people across all ages, abilities and backgrounds. We have a long and evolving legacy as leaders in the disability sector.
Equality through quality
The association provide quality and innovative services to ensure equal access and equal opportunity for people with disabilities.
Delivered in a person centred and empowering way.
Our goal is to improve the quality care and service provision, and this will create more equal opportunities for people with disabilities.
The CRC provide a range of services and supports for people with disabilities, whether they are babies and toddlers, school children, teenagers or adults.
Cheshire Ireland provide a vast range of services to people with both physical and neurological conditions, who often have very complex and high support needs.
Chime is the National Charity for Deafness and Hearing Loss. For over 50 years, they have championed for equal rights, greater accessibility and opportunities for individuals with deafness and hearing loss.
Enable Ireland provides services to children and adults with disabilities and their families from over 40 locations in 15 counties. Covering childhood to adulthood their expert teams work with the individual and their family on a plan for each life stage.
Irish Wheelchair Association is a community of people with physical disabilities across Ireland founded on the belief that everyone should be able to live a life of choice and equality.
NCBI, Ireland’s national sight loss agency, is a not for profit charitable organisation which provides support and services nationwide to people experiencing sight loss.