Nua Healthcare operates a number Designated Centres across the island of Ireland for both Children and Adults with Intellectual Disability. Each Centre is registered with the Health Information and Quality Authority [HIQA] and delivers services specific to its centre-specific statement of purpose. Nua’s Intellectual Disability Residential Services cater for individuals with mild, moderate to severe and often co-morbid diagnosis and presentation. For example; Autism, Personality Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, associated Mental Health and Challenging Behaviours.
The most recent addition to Nua Healthcare’s Care Pathway; includes our Approved Centre and Community Mental Health Home. Offering such services complete your choice and our capacity to provide total care and support to both existing and new Service Users. Nua’s Approved Centre is registered with the Mental Health Commission. Services are overseen by our Clinical Director, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, a CNM3, Mental Health Nurses, Social Care Workers and are further augmented by our Multi-Disciplinary team and as appropriate, allied health professionals.
Nua’s Mental Health Services cater for individuals through the delivery of specialist rehabilitative treatment and therapeutic interventions.
Nua’s Supported Living Service operates from a number of Care Offices nationwide. With capacity to provide 24/7 care and support, individual’s availing of our Supported Living Services range in diagnosis and presentation, from Autism, Personality Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury and Challenging Behaviours.
Our Supported Living Services provide flexible and responsive services to individuals and their families when they most need help. Underpinned by the certainty of access to the broader Nua management and multi-disciplinary team, we work tirelessly to create bespoke services to meet the immediate and longer term needs of each individual.
Nua’s Supported Living Services include; Homecare, Rapid Response, Outreach and Personal Assistant Services.
Our adult daughter came into the Nua almost 4 years ago. At the time, her behaviours were extremely challenging. With the Nua care team's programme of interventions, her behaviours and life has been transformed in a most positive way. She is a different person.