Posted on: 10 May 2022

SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Introducing Heather House, a Nua Service for Adults with Disabilities

We are delighted to introduce you to Heather House, a HIQA registered service for adults, both male and female, aged 18 and above, who require support with intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injuries, autism and mental health issues. Heather House will accommodate a maximum of five individuals.

Heather House is a detached two-storey property with its living area distributed over two floors. The ground floor consists of an entrance lobby, a hallway, a lounge and large kitchen/dining and sunroom. It also contains a utility room, an accessible WC, a living room, an office with an ensuite and an ensuite bedroom.

The first floor consists of four ensuite bedrooms and an education room. The centre - situated in eastern Mayo in a quiet and peaceful area - is tastefully designed and creates a welcoming, spacious and homely atmosphere.

The PIC, is supported by a staff team of Social Care Workers and Assistant Support Workers and various Nua Departments such as the Clinical Department and multi-disciplinary team members.

Heather House is well situated on the east of the county bordering Roscommon, and therefore, all individuals have efficient access to many of its local amenities. Individuals residing in Heather Hill will also be facilitated to attend community-based activities and social events.

We wish the team all the best in this new centre and look forward to hearing lots more from them in the future.