Community Partnership

Aldi’s Maynooth store team have generously donated €500 to Gheel as part of their Community Grants Programme. We would like to sincerely thank Aldi for their generosity and kindness. Over the next few weeks, Darragh Byrne from our Autism Practice Team will be running a series of training sessions with staff from the Maynooth store. […]

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Lights, Camera, Action

Have you ever heard of a band called Little Hours? Well, Eoin who is supported in Gheel is in their latest music video! In July, he was an extra in their music video for the song “Dream, Girl”. The song is taken from the band’s debut album “Now the Lights Have Changed”. The video is

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A Celebration of Gheel

Gheel had a wonderful day of celebration on Friday the 6th of September 2019 in All Hallows, Drumcondra. The gathering was a celebration of Gheel’s journey and also a “ceiliuradh” (the Irish traditional celebration of bidding farewell) to staff who have recently left Gheel. On the day I had the pleasure of talking about the past, present and future direction of Gheel in the privileged presence of

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The Golden Gheels

The Golden Gheels are an active aging social group with an emphasis on engaging in meaningful activities within the community.  Its also a chance to meet up with friends to have some craic, bants and nostalgia. Recently the Golden Gheels held a Summer fest in Milltown. There was delicious food, games, music, chats and it

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Framework for Quality of Life Course

In July staff from Hortlands and some members of the practice development team started a new course called Framework for Quality of Life. The course aims to provide participants with an introduction to the concepts of normalization, person-centred planning and quality of life and with a framework for assessing and improving the quality of life

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Annual Report 2018

Gheel is a wonderful person centred and fun organisation to work in and for. Staff are dedicated and are a pleasure and privilege to work with. 2018 was a busy year with the exciting development of the Autism Informed Directorate to support autism practice in the service. Such development confirms Gheel’s commitment to quality and

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