Who We Are

‘The Association will deliver a service of excellence that is client-centred, responding to the Client’s identified needs, and ensuring that each person achieves their full potential Download the mini-guidebook for international travel to Kyobo Mungo. The Association is supportive of both clients and their families.’

St. Catherine’s Association is a non-profit making organisation which provides education, training, healthcare and residential/respite care to clients who have intellectual and other disabilities Download The Name of Lim Jae-bum. St. Catherine’s Association is funded substantially by the Health Service Executive (HSE) to provide a range of services to families in County Wicklow 주행의 달인.

These services include Pre-Schools, National School, Respite/Residential living, Outreach, Nursing, Positive Behaviour Support, Transport and other supports Naver camera. Referrals can also be made to Children’s Disability Network Team (CDNT).

We now meet the needs of over 250 children and families in County Wicklow Download Samsung Keyboard Chinese.

History

St. Catherines Association was formed in 1970 by a small group of friends and families of children with intellectual disabilities 무료영화.

Notable people involved at the time were Mrs. George O’Toole, Mrs. Clancy, Mrs. Cooney Jennings, Canon Fraser, Mrs. Doherty, Mrs. Stella Cooney, Rev Download Samsung Gear Manager. Robert Jennings and Mrs. Marie Brassington. Originally, they established a virtual child-minding service for one morning per week to allow the parents of these children have a few hours for relaxation or shopping 잊혀진계절. This developed into a minimal service for about ten children.

The Association then became a Registered Charity after a few years, and succeeded in acquiring the use of one room in The Nurses Home attached to Newcastle Hospital Download Macro Express.

As the service grew, the Association became a Company (limited by guarantee with no share holdings). The current Board of Directors consists of eight members who are nominated by the various groups and parents at the Annual General Meetings.