Deaf Organizations in Ireland
Parents' Organizations in Ireland
Social Service Agencies in Ireland
Deaf Schools in Ireland

For organizations in Northern Ireland, please consult the page for the United Kingdom.

Deaf Organizations in Ireland

Irish Deaf Society (IDS)
30 Blessington Street
Dublin 7
SMS:  +353 86 3807033  +353 86 3807033
Minicom:  +353 1 860 1910  +353 1 860 1910
Voice:  +353 1 860 1878  +353 1 860 1878
Fax: +353 1 860 1960
Description:IDS is working toward a society in which Deaf people are equal citizens who contribute and participate freely in society.
[info confirmed w/website]

Irish Hard of Hearing Association IHHA
IHHA, 35 North Frederick Street Dublin1
Phone: +353 0 1 8175700
Fax: +353 0 1 8723816
Description:The IHHA is an association of people who acquired a hearing loss after developing their verbal communication skills. They campaign for greater awareness on hearing loss, greater access to services and integrate with the community.


Parents' Organizations in Ireland

Irish Deaf Kids
Terenure Enterprise Centre
17 Rathfarnham Road
Dublin 6W
Phone: 01-4903237  
Description: Supports inclusive education for deaf children at mainstream schools in Ireland and empowers parents. Maintains a blog and offers an electronic newsletter.

Social Service Agencies in Ireland

St. Joseph's House for Deaf and Deafblind Adults
Brewery Road
Phone: 2893160
Fax: 2899463  
Description:Offers residential care to deaf and deafblind adults in Ireland. Provides resources and support to the deafblind community at wide.
[info confirmed w/website]

Deaf Schools in Ireland

St. Joseph's School for Deaf Boys
Dublin 7
Phone: (01) 838 0058
Fax: (01) 838 0230
Description:Offers both a primary program (ages 4 to 14) and a post-primary program. Includes religious education and welcomes students of all denominations and religions.
[info confirmed w/website]

St. Mary's School for Deaf Girls
Dominican Convent
Dublin 7
Phone: (353) +1 +8385359
Fax: (353) +1 +8387943
Description:Offers both a primary school and a post-primary school. Encourages English language development through speech, lipreading, signed English, reading, and writing. Consult its list of links for more Irish deaf resources.
[info confirmed w/website]


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