CIDP is associated with :
The National Chaplaincy for Deaf People has been providing pastoral care for Deaf people for over 150 years.
There is a strong focus on working with the Deaf community in Dublin, especially the schools, residences and the centre for Deaf people in Deaf Village Ireland.
St. Joseph’s House is a residential home for vulnerable Deaf and Deaf Blind adults.
It provides supported accommodation care and advice to residents, including temporary respite.
Residents vary in terms of their needs and range in age from 29 to 94.
CIDP will pursue its mission by working in partnership with Deaf people, with their organisations and with public bodies charged with responsibility to provide services for and access to Deaf people.
Feel the Difference…Be Inspired Welcome to one of North Dublins best equipped gyms with a 25M pool, children’s pool, sauna, steamroom, all weather pitches and indoor sports hall. This state of the art leisure centre is conveniently located in Ratoath Road,...Learn More
On Monday the 28th of March 2011 the CIDP Board agreed to appoint John Sisk Ltd; as the contractor to build the Village. CIDP set up a new company the National Deaf Village Sports and Leisure Company Limited to manage and deliver the project in June 2011. Work on this...Learn More
CIDP wishes to announce that subject to the developer getting relevant planning permissions we are moving ahead with the next phase of the development on the site at Deaf Village Ireland. Many will recall discussions around developing a nursing home site that had, at...Learn More