Residential Services for People with Disability
The rights of people with disability living in residential settings are protected by law. Inclusion Ireland’s Residential Services Factsheets explain what you should expect when moving into, transferring to, living in, or leaving a residential service.
40 Questions HIQA Ask
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) set out 40 key questions to guide inspection of residential services. They are a useful tool to support judgment and decision-making.View details
Admission – Transfer – Discharge from a Residential Service
Admission, transition, and discharge from a residential service must take account of the rights of people with disabilities. This is the law and is set out in national standards.View details
What is a Statement of Purpose?
Every residential centre must have a written Statement of Purpose available to residents and their representatives which describes –
- What service the centre can provide
- How the centre can ensure the resident’s wellbeing
- Describes the centre
High Support Services – Quality of Care
High support services provide specific health care to meet the needs individuals with severe and profound disability, with complex and medical support needs. Quality of care can range from positive and meaningful to negative and institutional.View details
Long-stay Contributions in Residential Services
A long-stay contribution is a payment towards your maintenance and accommodation costs in certain HSE or HSE-funded residential settings.View details
How to Complain – Residential Services for People with Disabilities
You can make a complaint about a residential service when the service or supports are not satisfactory, to challenge a decision about a service or support you need or you want your concerns about a service or product to be given serious or urgent attention.View details
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