Help your loved one

Live their best life

what we do

The Alternative You Didn’t Know Existed

In Social Care, we can’t tell you that choosing professional care for a loved one is an easy decision to make.

But we can offer you a specialist service that will change the way you think about ‘care’.

A service that puts each individual, and support of their disability, at the centre. In Social Care, our approach is designed to help every client live an involved, meaningful and empowered life, focusing not on what they can’t do, but on what they can achieve. Replacing difficulties with a balanced lifestyle, and problems with potential and possibility.


Pebble Beach House: Creating The Space For Potential
to Happen

The project came about when the two Support Workers at the house were concerned about David*, who has Autism, Intellectual Disabilities and also Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) tendencies. They noticed that David was becoming increasingly hyperactive, being aggressive towards staff, slamming doors, and displaying increased vocalisation.

Why We're Different

Shaping Empowered Lives


In Social Care, we’re proud to be changing the face of support for people with Intellectual Disability and/or Autism, in Ireland.

Proud to be offering families progressive solutions which focus on empowerment of our service users, rather than limiting their experiences of life.

We can’t tell you that choosing professional care for a loved one is an easy decision to make but at Social Care it’s how we care that has set us apart from the more traditional services offered.


What We Offer

Residential Care

For service users, children or adult, who require full residential care, we’re a long way away from what you might expect.

Shared Care

Perhaps a different approach is right for your loved one - where he or she divides time between one of our residences and your family home.

Community Programmes

For service users who remain at home, we offer Outreach.
New Directions is for those who live at one of our Residences or using our Shared Care option.

Prader Willi Syndrome

Social Care has opened a new residential service with a completely unique approach to supporting people with Prader Willi Syndrome.


Build Your Future With Us

We are expanding our team to support a growing number of children and adults along with their families in homes and communities across the country.