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Anne Sullivan Foundation for Deafblind People
Brewery Road, Stillorgan, Co Dublin, Ireland.
Tel: +353 1 830 0562
Fax: +353 1 860 3199
Activities: The foundation is an Irish national agency, formed to help people who are both deaf and blind, and partially those who are also low functioning. It operates a residential centre with educational and nationwide outreach services. Respite facilities are available for resident / non-resident deafblind people and their families.


ChildVision National Education Centre for Blind Children
Grace Park Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland.
Tel: +353 1 837 3635
Fax:+353 1 836 8403
Activities: St. Joseph's School for the Visually Impaired seeks through education, training and social care to provide students with the knowledge, skills and confidence to fulfill their individual potential, so each can lead the life of his/her choice. Services include: Assessment, pre-school, primary and secondary education, Vocational training, Occupational therapy, Speech-language therapy, Braille production, Library and information service and Ophthalmology clinic.


Fighting Blindness
1 Christchurch Hall, High Street, Dublin 8, Ireland.
Conntact person: Anna Moran
Tel: +353 1 709 3050
Fax: +353 1 709 3010
Activities: Fighting Blindness is totally committed to finding treatments and cures for all forms of blindness and related sensory loss through the promotion of research, to supporting those who are affected by degenerative blinding conditions and to providing information to all interested parties.


Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind
National Headquarters & Training Centre, Model Farm Road, Cork, Ireland.
Tel: +353 21 487 8200
Fax: +353 21 487 4152
Activities: Providing mobility training through the use of a Guide Dog, Assistance Dog and Long Cane for adults and children from four years of age. The services, which are provided free of charge, bring mobility and independence to people’s lives from all over Ireland. The Guide Dog Training courses and Mobility Courses (using a Long Cane) are offered on a residential basis at the Training Centre.


National League of the Blind in Ireland (NLBI)
21 Hill Street, Dublin 1, Ireland.
Tel: +353 1 874 2792
Fax: +353 1 878 7139
Activities: Aims to protect the employment conditions of its members and provide trade union facilities. Promotes the rehabilitation, training, employment and welfare of people with vision impairments. It also runs a social club.


Whitworth Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland.
Contact person: Desmond Kenny
Tel: +353 1 830 7033
Fax: +353 1 830 7787
Activities: NCBI is a not-for-profit charitable organisation which provides support and services to people of all ages who are living with sight loss in Ireland. We also provide a range of services to public and private organisations to help them to ensure that their services are accessible to people who are blind and vision impaired.

70 Upper Georges Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, Ireland.
Tel: +353 1 663 7666



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