Mission Statement: The Crann Centre provides a range of programmes and supports designed and informed by people living with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus, along with their families. Using innovative and evidence-based research from around the world, Crann aims to provide a range of support in-centre and in coordination with other organisations.
Crann attend University College Corks Disability Support Service's Employability Forum [Read Story]
Deirdre Madden, Assistive Technology Outreach Co-ordinator with University College Cork, will be presenting a talk for teens at 2pm on Saturday September 28th here at the Crann Centre. [Read Story]
What families and adults living with spina bifida have to say
We want an energetic, inspiring environment where you feel supported to achieve your full potential, whatever that might be.
There are so many important times in our child’s life where big changes are happening that we need to be fully prepared for and help them do what they want to do in the future.
Help to find work that means something to you, where you feel you can become a professional and be respected.
To know you are not on your own always trying to figure things out for so many different things, would immediately help with the stress you are under.
Keep in touch
Feedback from families and adults living with Spina Bifida is very welcome. Collaboration led us to where we are in terms of identifying and prioritising programmes and supports and your continuous feedback will help the programmes and supports evolve and grow.
Valued Crann Friends include local, national and the world’s most recognised organisations committed to enriching the lives of those living with Spina Bifida.