Stewarts Care is committed to providing service users with the services that they require, irrespective of their level of need. Person-centred services will be provided, taking cognisance of the person’s dignity and rights, and based on an assessment of need and the services requested.
Operating from two main sites at Palmerstown, and Balgaddy in South West Dublin, and several satellite residential and day service centres throughout West Dublin and North Kildare, Stewarts provides extensive services to people with an intellectual disability. At present, Stewarts supports approximately 800 service users. Many families are also supported within their homes through Stewarts' Home Support Programme.
To empower and support individuals with different abilities to have an enriched life experience based on their own decisions and life choices
Stewarts Care provides a range of services from birth through to adulthood.
Training & Social Enterprises
The Training, Education and Social Enterprises Department provides training, education and employment opportunities for people over 18 years. The service has centres in a number of locations such as Rossecourt, Palmerstown and Kilcloon. The aim of the department is to provide flexible, holistic and integrated training & educational programmes. Service Users are offered training in vocational skills, personal development and life skills.
This programme aims to achieve a national unified approach to delivering disability health services so that there is a clear pathway to the services for all children regardless of where they live, what school they attend or the nature of their disability or delay.Find out more
Service User Council
The Service User Council is made up of representatives of all service users and they work to ensure that Stewart's is truly a person centred serviceFind out more