Other Useful Websites

Below is a list of other websites you may find useful:

Family Carers Ireland

Family Carers Ireland is the result of a merger between The Carers Association and Caring for Carers.

Dementia Services Information and Development Centre (DSIDC)

Website of the Dementia Services Information and Development Centre (DSIDC) in St James Hosptial, Dublin. They provide information on dementia and publications for carers to download.

Understand Together

Understand Together is a public support, awareness and information campaign led by HSE, working with The Alzheimer Society of Ireland and Genio campaign.  The website features a service finder detailing county-by-county the dementia supports and services available.

AT Dementia

Atdementia is a UK based website that provides information about safety equipment and technology specifically for people with dementia. Contains a directory of suppliers.


Occupational Therapist’s Association

Citizens Information

The Citizens Information Board provides comprehensive information on public services and on the entitlements of citizens in Ireland. Information is gathered from various government departments and agencies, and is presented in an easy-to-understand way.


Free legal advice centres around Ireland

Hello Brain

Hello Brain provides easy-to-understand scientific information about brain health.

Legal Aid Board

The Legal Aid Board provides legal aid and advice on matters of civil law to persons unable to fund such services from their own resources.


Website of the Department of Social Protection. Provides information on schemes, services and social entitlements.


Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Has a full list of accredited counsellors around Ireland.

The Home & Community Care Association

The Home & Community Care Association represents registered private home care providers in Ireland


Nursing Homes Ireland is the representative body for the private and voluntary nursing home sector

Meals on Wheels

Under the umbrella of Irish Rural Link (IRL), the National Meals on Wheels Network was established in 2015. The overall aim of the network is to provide a local, community-led professional facility to assist people who require services to maintain optimum health, independence with strong life-extending possibilities. The new Meals on Wheels Network website was recently launched  which includes an interactive map, providing a dedicated resource for people looking for information on Meals on Wheels services in their local area.


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