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Welcome to Brothers of Charity Services Ireland

The Brothers of Charity Services empower people with intellectual disability / autism to live the lives they choose. We are currently undergoing a transformation in the way in which we support and serve people with an intellectual disability in line with best practice internationally.

Our focus going forward is to form a relationship/partnership with each individual and their family, enabling them to design their own service so that they can enjoy a real life in a real place with a healthy balance of supports. We wish to create opportunities for people with an intellectual disability to have valued social roles in their communities and to have the chance to form real friendships.

  

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November 29, 2014
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The Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is made up of six service Companies and one National Company. Each Company provides services in their own allocated geographical area. To find out about the services provided in a particular area please click on the relevent location.

  
Learn More About The Brothers of Charity

History, Congregation, our Ethos, Organisational Structure & Mission Statement. The Brothers of Charity Services is an international, voluntary religious organisation founded in Belgium in 1807, by Canon Peter Triest. more»
  
      
  
Partnership Forum

This Forum is for Brothers of Charity Companies and other Voluntary Bodies to share with us the various partnerships they have set up or joined in order to support people who use our services to access the community and generic services. We hope that it will support the sharing of best practice and build a network for people involved in this area. more»
  

Our Mission Statement
"Belonging to an internationally active movement and rooted in the values of the Christian Gospels, the Brothers of Charity Services Ireland provides quality services to support people who are in danger of being marginalised and strives to create opportunities and choices that develop and maintain connected lives where all are cherished as valued and equal citizens in our communities."