Support Links Websites

Middletown Centre for Autism

Middletown Centre provides a range of training opportunities for parents, carers and educational professionals in Ireland and Northern Ireland.


Daughters of Charity Family Centre

Daughters of Charity Family Centres are situated in the heart of their communities.  

The Family Centres offer a range of therapeutic supportive interventions to children up to the age of 18 years and their parents or carers. Their approach to working with families is needs led, strengths based and solution focussed.


Down Syndrome Ireland

Down Syndrome Ireland provide support and services to people with Down syndrome and their families though a national office and 25 branches nationwide.  They provide an ‘all-through-life’ supports to people with Down syndrome and their families across Ireland with specialists in the areas of health, speech and language, early development, education and adult education and independence that enhance the lives of thousands of children and adults with Down syndrome across the country. 


Family Carers Ireland

Family Carers Ireland want carers to know they have the support they need to care safely, to make it less of a battle and to know they are not alone. They are the national charity supporting the 500,000+ family and young carers across the country who care for loved ones such as children or adults with additional needs, physical or intellectual disabilities, frail older people, those with palliative care needs or those living with chronic illnesses, mental health challenges or addiction. 


Inclusion Ireland

Inclusion Ireland has been working as part of the disability rights movement in Ireland for over 60 years as a “civil society“ organisation.

Inclusion Ireland was established at a time where advocacy in Ireland was only getting started. From the beginning, the organisation connected people with intellectual disabilities and their families to networks of support, supported people through giving information and worked alongside people with intellectual disabilities and their families for their right to live as equal citizens. 



Asiam vision is for Ireland to be a country where every Autistic person is accepted as they are.

Asiam's purpose is to advocate for an inclusive society for Autistic people that is accessible, accepting and affirming. They work to support the Autistic community and our families to fully engage in Irish life and build the capacity of society to facilitate true inclusion.

They are guided by and grounded in our living values: