Inclusion Ireland is the national association for people with an intellectual disability. Their mission is to be the independent champion of people with an intellectual disability and their families and to ensure that people with an intellectual disability have their voices heard, are not isolated or segregated and can lead more independent and healthier lives.
Remember is a locally-based community group providing an integrated social outlet for young people/adults with special needs, their families and friends.
Special Needs Parents Association exists to support all parents of persons with special needs and disabilities irrespective of age or diagnosis, by promoting on a national level, improved treatment, education, welfare and acceptance for our children.
Snowflakes Autism Support provide many outlets for parents of children with autism and also for parents who are worried about the possibility of their child having autism.
Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI) is the national support organisation for voluntary disability organisations in Ireland who provide services to people with disabilities and disabling conditions.