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Nua Supported Living

Nua's Supported Living service provides home and community-based care to both children and adults with varying needs. Our tailored care services are available 24 hours per day, 365 days per year and available by private referral or formally through the HSE.

We place each individual at the centre of all decisions regarding their care enabling each to live the life they choose as independently as possible, whilst ensuring they receive the right care and support they need. 

Our care packages are cost effective and can be tailored to suit any budget. In some cases, tax relief of up to 41% might also be available to claim. Please visit our ‘Getting in Touch’ page to make a general enquiry or a referral.

We support individuals with a broad range of needs such as;

  • Physical Disabilities / PA services
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Companionship
  • Nutritious Meal Preparation and assistance, if required
  • Support with Light House Work 
  • Support in Safe Administration and Management of Medication
  • Pet Care
  • Post Hospital Care
  • Pre and Post Maternity Care
  • Respite

We support individuals with social and/or clinical inputs in their own home and community.

Our supports cover;

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • ADHD / ADD / Dyspraxia
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Acquired Brain Injuries

Autism and Asperger Syndrome

Autism and Asperger Syndrome is a specialist area of Nua. For more than a decade, we have supported many individuals from their own homes, in residential care settings and in the community. Each individual’s needs vary, some might require support with basic daily living skills, communication or social skills support and other individuals might just like a ‘break' or an alteration to their routine. In this case, Nua's Supported Living offers services to the individual and/or their family members.

Using a non-aversive and proactive philosophy, we support each individual using a person-centred approach. The level of service varies from minimal home supports, to a vast range of clinical care.  Where the need is greater, we offer interventions such as; positive behaviour programmes, support care plans, sensory integration and full occupational therapy or psychological assessments.

Intellectual Disability Services

We feel it is paramount for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities to feel a sense of community inclusion.  Every individual should be given the best opportunity to reap the benefits of community involvement. However, we understand the importance of safeguarding individuals with an Intellectual Disability and protecting their vulnerability.  Our services ensure individuals are not segregated or isolated, helping each individual to strive forwards to fulfil their full potential in life.

Elderly Care Services

Our elderly care services support individuals whom daily tasks have become too difficult to manage. We help assist individuals to remain as independent as possible from within the comfort of your own home.