Welcome to the An Saol Foundation
Day Centre Dublin
Life and Living with a severe Acquired Brain Injury (sABI)
and other neurological injuries or conditions
The Neurological Rehabilitation Day Centre is a pilot demonstrator project
of the An Saol Foundation supported by the Irish Health Service Executive (HSE).
02 November 2022
You are looking for change. You would like to work in a position of responsibility with a highly motivated, like-minded professional team in a client-driven service. You want to contribute your professional experience to make life and living with a severe Acquired Brain Injury (sABI) in the community a real option for those affected. You share our values of community, responsibility, and healthy living even in the most challenging circumstances.
We are a voice for those whose Neurological Condition or Injury, especially their severe Acquired Brain Injury (sABI), has seriously challenged their ability to advocate for themselves.
Access to Rehabilitation is a basic human right.
We connect inclusive rehabilitation practice with recent client- and family-centred research.
We combine social rehabilitation with ‘hands-on’ therapy and the widest range of robot-assisted gait training (Lokomat, Erigo, Andago).
In the Community
We will afford every opportunity to those with a neurological injury or condition (brain injury, MS, Parkinsons etc., as well as spinal cord injuries) to live their life with dignity and respect in the community.
We support those directly affected and their families.
Latest News from the An Saol Foundation
We are open
The NeuroRehab Centre in Santry is open with some restrictions due to the current COVID-19 situation. We accept new clients for our neurorehabilitation service in the Community. Please contact the Centre for a free assessment and trial session.
Mon – Fri: 09:00 am – 17:30 pm
An Saol Foundation Neurological Rehabilitation Day Centre,
7 Airvista Office Park,
Santry, Dublin 9, D09 YX84.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, please contact the Centre prior to visiting.
Tel. (01) 862 2716
Emergency: (087) 6736 414