Information & Support

 

Inclusion Ireland provides an information and advice service to people with an intellectual disability, their families and also to services that support people with an intellectual disability as well as students and others doing research in the sector etc.

  Contact Information 

Address: Inclusion Ireland, Unit C2, The Steelworks, Foley Street, Dublin 1.
Tel: (01) 8559891 (Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.00pm)
Email: info@inclusionireland.ie

Inclusion Ireland Contact Form

Inclusion Ireland Staff

Inclusion Ireland Board of Directors

Inclusion Ireland Member Organisations

  Our location  

Detailed map of Inclusion Ireland location

Buses: A large number of buses serve the area of Talbot Street or Amiens Street which are the most convenient stops.

Train: Connolly Station is close by and Heuston Station is connected by the Luas.

Luas: Busaras Luas Station is the most convenient stop.

Dublin Bikes: There is a bike station on Talbot Street.

There is limited parking on Foley Street and limited accessible parking spots.

We recommend the use of parking in Connolly Station car park via the North Quays, turn left at Jury’s Hotel on to Mayor Street. Straight ahead through the next junction to the end of the street leading on to Sheriff Street and the entrance is straight ahead on the left hand turn.

Inclusion Ireland Directory

The Inclusion Ireland Directory provides information on organisations of interest to people with an intellectual disability and their families.

Please select the area of interest to you and choose the service that you're looking for, then click on the Apply button. You will then be presented with a list of service providers that meet your criteria. Click on the name of any service provider to view the full details of that provider.

If you would like to be included in the Directory please email admin@inclusionireland.ie

Select any filter and click on Apply to see results

Useful links

A list of useful links that provides information on organisations of interest to people with an intellectual disability and their families.

Questions & Answers (Q&A)

The information in this section is taken from the Inclusion Ireland booklet: 'Intellectual Disability, Causes & Prevention: Your Questions Answered'