The Brothers of Charity Services in Ireland provide a variety of services and supports to approximately 6,500 people with an intellectual disability or autism, and their families, throughout Counties Clare, Cork, Galway, Kerry, Limerick, Roscommon, Tipperary, and Waterford.
The supports, which include residential, respite, day, host families, home based, and multidisciplinary, are provided by approximately 4,000 staff with a variety of professional backgrounds and experience, and who are motivated in their work by the Ethos, Vision and Values of the Brothers of Charity Services.
We work in partnership with local communities, state agencies and voluntary organisations to initiate and develop increasingly inclusive opportunities, for and with, the people who use the Brothers of Charity Services.
The Brothers of Charity Services in Ireland is a learning organisation whose responses are based on best practice, and in full recognition of the right of each person to self-determine their life goals and wishes.
We listen to those we serve and, subject to resources, endeavour to provide individuals with high quality supports that best suit their wishes and requirements.
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The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland - Southern Region have a vacancy for a permanent full-time Staff Grade Speech & Language Therapist and is also creating a panel for temporary posts in its services in Cork and Kerry
The Social Care Worker must have the ability to live with people with an intellectual disability and must believe that the person has the right to live and participate in the community equally with other people.
The Basic Grade Clinical Psychologist will, as a member of the Early Intervention Team, assist in the provision of high quality early intervention services to children and their parents/caregivers in accordance with the HSE Mid-West Early Intervention Specifications.
The post holder will join a positive behaviour support service to provide assessment and intervention services to adults with intellectual disability receiving day and residential supports from the Brothers of Charity Services Ireland - Clare.