St Joseph’s House is a unique residential community for Deaf and DeafBlind adults, the only one of it’s kind in Ireland.
Based around a historical listed building and grounds in Stillorgan, South County Dublin, St Joseph’s residents come from all over Ireland and further afield in some cases and enjoy a full and active community life supported by a range of professional staff, trained in Irish Sign Langauge.
It provides supported accommodation care and advice to residents, including temporary respite.
Residents vary in terms of their level of dependency and they range in age from 29 to 94.
While some live independently in the manner of supported accommodation, the recent trend has been towards residents with a higher level of dependency.
St. Joseph’s House is under the direct management of CIDP, is managed by the Director of Care, funded by the HSE and HIQA registered.
It is providing an essential and unique service to a diverse group of residents.
The House has accommodation for 36 residents; those interested in viewing the accommodation should contact Geraldine Gallagher by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning her on 01-2893160.
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Please click on this link to download a printable PDF of the Statement of Purpose for St Joseph’s House.
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