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Advanced Homecare

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We assist people with complex medical conditions and disabilities. We are specialists in helping people make a successful transition from hospital and rehab back to their homes and communities.

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Disability Services

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We provide outreach, respite, residential programmes & supports to people with disabilities (intellectual, physical and sensory), autism spectrum disorder & acquired brain injury.

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Therapy Services

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Our team of Speech & Language Therapists, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and allied health professionals provide an effective range of assessments and interventions for children & adults.

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Latest News

Teddy Bear’s Picnic 2016

31st Aug 2016

  “Every teddy bear who’s been good is sure of a treat today. There’s lots of marvellous things to eat and wonderful games to play!” The Teddy Bear’s Picnic 2016 took place at St. Columba’s Hall in Douglas, Cork on Saturday 20th August. We

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Community Homecare Nurses (Nights) – Cork City

24th Aug 2016

  Resilience Care is hiring nurses to support a young child with complex medical needs in their own home in Cork City. You’ll be joining a new team with excellent nurse manager support and ongoing training. Requirements: ABA/NMBI Registration Benefits Excellent rates of pay Paid shadow

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We’re Hiring: Night Nurse & Healthcare Assistants, Clonakilty

15th Aug 2016

Resilience Care is currently recruiting for a number of Night Nurse and Health Care Assistant positions in Clonakilty, Co. Cork, caring for a young child in his own home. We have both full-time and part-time positions available. Interviews are being scheduled immediately. Full training and

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Our Partners

go_colour_logo Go Accessible 365, formerly wheelchairtaxi.ie is a website designed to make it easy to source wheelchair accessible transport and amenities around the country.
Home From Home  “Home from Home” is an afterschool service that seeks to engage children with disabilities in meaningful and enjoyable activities, both on a one-to-one basis and in small groups.