The Complete Person Pilot Project is taking on new participants!

What is Complete Person Pilot Project about?

It is a pilot programme provided by CRC and Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland to support adults in living well with a physical disability.

Who can take part?

If you:

  • Are aged between 30 – 65.
  • Have a physical disability from birth such as cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus or spina bifida.
  • Have a healthcare need that you feel is not being managed.

If you want to participate:

  • You will be asked to complete an online form.
  • Your form will be reviewed, and you may be invited for a healthcare assessment with 2 CRC clinical team members.
  • You and your GP will be provided with a report based on your assessment and needs.
    • You may be offered “Living Well with a Physical Disability” online group, individual intervention or onward referral to meet your needs.
    • You may be supported in working towards goals you have identified regarding your health and wellbeing.

Group: Living Well with a Physical Disability

  • Should you attend the virtual group you will have an opportunity to meet other people living with similar needs.
  • During online sessions we also discuss and provide information regarding healthy living with physical disability.

If you are interested in taking part in this programme or wish to know more about the programme, please contact us by email:

Please don’t forget to include: your name, age, diagnosis and phone number.


Please find few quotes from our participants below:

“I found it interesting to hear other people’s experiences and know that you are not on your own. I found the sessions very interesting. I was motivated to join a gym as I have noticed a decrease in mobility as I age”.

“I enjoyed making new friends…you’re not on your own. I learned not to be afraid to ask questions and enjoyed session on relaxation, mediation and sleep as this is an area I struggle with”

“I felt motivated by coming to the group and enjoyed hearing the stories and opinions of others”.