External Support Agencies Based at NRH

Information on all external support agencies is available at the Information Kiosk located on the ground floor of the hospital, in the Quadrangle area. Representatives from each agency are available at specific times during the week to answer any questions you may have. The timetable is displayed at the kiosk to allow you to plan ahead if you wish to meet one of the representatives.

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (ABII) provides a broad range of flexible rehabilitation services for people throughout Ireland with acquired brain injury (ABI). The ABII mission is to enable people with Acquired Brain Injury to live independently within their communities.
Tel: (01) 280 4164

Amputee Ireland

The aim of Amputee Ireland is to provide support and assistance to amputees, their families and carers.
Tel: (01) 085 154 3398


BRÍ is dedicated to advocating for all those affected by Acquired Brain Injury and strive to ensure that people with ABI have the best possible quality of life.
Tel: (01) 235 5501

Citizens Information

Citizens Information provides a free and confidential Information, Advice and Advocacy Service, and will help with queries in relation to social welfare payments, housing, legal matters, HSE services, pensions, or a range of other issues.
Tel: 1890 777 121


Headway’s aim is to bring positive change to people affected by an acquired brain injury. Specialising in brain injury rehabilitation, Headway offer a range of services and supports in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Kerry and the South East.
Tel: (01) 810 2066 (Head Office).
Helpline: Lo-call 1890 200 278

Irish Wheelchair Association

The Irish Wheelchair Association is a national organisation dedicated to the achievement of full social, economic and educational integration of people with disability as equal, independent and participative members of the community.
Tel: (01) 235 5406 or 01 818 6400

Spinal Injuries Ireland

Spinal Injuries Ireland is dedicated to advocating and ensuring that those affected by spinal cord injury have the best quality of life. SII work to achieve change in terms of service provision, public awareness and prevention.
Tel: (01) 235 5317

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