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Ability West

Who We Are

We are a voluntary, not for profit, organisation, set up by parents and friends, that provides services and supports to over 540 children and adults with an intellectual disability and autism in 13 locations with 58 centres located across Galway City and County.

What We Do

Ability West is dedicated to enabling people with an intellectual disability to realise their dreams and ambitions. Our mission is to provide an individual and holistic service to each person availing of our services, with each person supported and valued within an environment which promotes their overall autonomy, health and wellbeing and enables them to reach their potential.

How We Do It

Services provided include day, residential, respite, rehabilitative training, supports towards employment, active ageing, community support and multidisciplinary supports such as social work, psychology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy. Ability West is also patron of four special schools located in Ballinasloe, Carraroe, Galway City and Tuam.

Who We Serve

We provide services to children and adults with intellectual disability whose primary diagnosis is an intellectual disability and may also include co-morbidity, e.g. autism, physical, sensory disability.

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Name:
Ability West
Address:
Ability West,
Blackrock House,
Salthill,
Galway,
H91 R254
091-540900
Is a Referral Required? No

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