We are an independent voluntary organisation providing services and supports for people with disabilities for more than 70 years.
We are an internationally recognised and pioneering charity, enabling more than 10,000 people with disabilities to live lives of their choosing.
Throughout our 70-year history, Rehab has striven to meet the needs of people who need specific supports to live lives of their choosing supporting individuals to thrive, achieve and shine.
We are a campaigning organisation that advocates on behalf of the people who use our services and their families.
Our mission is to help change the lives of the people we serve by helping them to become more independent and more included in their communities by empowering them with the skills and confidence to be active in the workforce, and supporting them to be in charge of their health and wellness.
One in seven of us live with a disability in Ireland and Rehab provides services to more than 10,000 people – adults and children-every year. People with disabilities, people on the autism spectrum, mental health difficulties, older people who need support to live independently, people who are disadvantaged in some way in the labour market, and those who want a fresh start.
Rehab Group is an independent voluntary organisation providing services and support for people with disabilities for more than 70 years. We are an internationally recognised and pioneering charity, enabling more than 10,000 people with disabilities to live lives of their choosing.
We are a major employer, with 2,900 dedicated and committed employees, including a large number who are employed in our
social enterprises. We are a rights-based and inclusion focused and a campaigning organisation that advocates on behalf of the
people who use our services and their families.
What is our purpose?
Our purpose is to empower those we support to lead more independent lives and play and active and meaningful role in our communities through the provision of high-quality, flexible and sustainable.
- Care services,
- Learning Training and Education
- Employment skills and opportunities.
Who do we support?
Children, adults and older persons with intellectual disabilities and their families and people who need support to lead meaningful and more independent lives