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OUR MEMBERS IN IRELAND

Cope Foundation 
Bonnington,
Montenotte, Cork
Mr. Michael Barrett: barrettm@cope-foundation.ie
www.cope-foundation.ie
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Cope Foundation is a non-profit organisation, supporting over 2,300 children and adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autism. 


Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI)
Fumbally Court
Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8
Mr. John Dolan: johndolan@disability-federation.ie
www.disability-federation.ie
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The Disability Federation of Ireland represents the interests and rights of people with disabilities to be fully included in all aspects of Irish Society. DFI is the national support organisation for voluntary disability organisations in Ireland who provide services to people with disabilities and disabling conditions.                     
                                                                                                                
The vision of DFI is that Irish society is fully inclusive of people with disabilities and disabling conditions so that they can exercise their full civil, economic, social and human rights and that they are enabled to reach their full potential in life. DFI’s mission is to act as an advocate for the full and equal inclusion of people with disabilities and disabling conditions in all aspects of their lives


National Federation of Voluntary Bodies 
Oranmore Business Park Oranmore 
Co. Galway
Mr. Brian O'Donnell: maria@fedvol.ie
www.fedvol.ie
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The National Federation of Voluntary Bodies Providing Services to People with Intellectual Disability is a national umbrella organisation for voluntary/non-statutory agencies who provide direct services to people with intellectual disability in Ireland on behalf of the HSE.  The 60 Member Organisations account for in excess of 85% of this country’s direct service provision to people with an intellectual disability. The services provided to people with an intellectual disability are founded on the values as set out in the O’Brien (1987) Principles of Inclusion, Choice, Dignity, Respect, Participation and Contribution. They are rooted in the rights based perspective that people with intellectual disability have the right to live full and active lives, and be active participating members of their own community.


RehabCare
Roslyn Park, Sandymount
Dublin 4
Ms. Sonya Felton: sonya.felton@rehab.ie
www.rehabcare.ie
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RehabCare is the provider of choice of person-centred, health and social care services that facilitate people who are disadvantaged to participate in the life of their local community in ways that match their choices, aspirations and needs.


Stewarts Care Limited
Palmerstown
Dublin 20
Mr. Gerry Mulholland: gerry.mulholland@stewartscare.ie
www.stewartscare.ie
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Stewarts Care Limited is a residential and day care facility for children and adults with an intellectual disability, some of whom present with a physical disability also.