If you have a neuro-physical disability, you may have health concerns that need specialist support and that isn’t always easy to access. Our supports have been developed to provide inaccessible or difficult-to-access services.
Our experienced team are here to help, providing tailored advice and support to meet your needs.
When you come to Crann, we want to hear about you. Your health concerns, history and goals. If you don’t have goals at the moment, we can help you define some.
Together we’ll set a place to achieve these goals and address your health concerns through our dedicated programmes.
You can register your interest in the programmes at Crann using the form on this page. We’ll arrange a time to meet and take it from there.
Your needs are initially discussed at your intake meeting with Joellen, our Client Services Manager, but that’s not the end of the road. As you work through programmes at Crann, we are here to discuss your progress and continually address your concerns and needs.
Not all programmes are available all of the time, but when a need is targeted, we will let you know when the programmes you need are coming up and do our best to facilitate you at a time that works for you.
We support clients, their families, educators and medical professionals working towards our common goal of creating a world where people with neuro-physical disabilities thrive.
Eimear is a disability nurse specialist with years of experience working with adults and children with disabilities. She oversees Crann’s comprehensive and personalised Health & Continence programmes.
Ita completed her Postgraduate in Paediatrics in Dublin before working for many years in ‘Ladybird’ children’s ward in Cork University Hospital and worked as General Practice Nurse in Kinsale.