Therapy in Dublin South East

Occupational Therapy
These services are provided to people who through illness or disability are in need of support or changes to their lifestyle. Occupational Therapists can advise on any changes that may be needed in the home to support a person with special needs, and on activities that will help a person to regain their independence. Tel: 01 216 4509.

Speech and Language Therapy
Speech and Language Therapy Services are provided for children and adults who need help developing their speech or who have had difficulty in this area. Tel: 01 216 4500.

Community Physiotherapy services are provided from the Local Health Office, helping people who have suffered an injury or illness to regain their health or mobility through exercise and movement. Tel:01 268 0322.

Chiropody Services
Medical Card holders over the age of 65 years or people with diabetes who hold a medical card are entitled to apply for a chiropody treatment card.

Ophthalmic Services
Medical Card holders are entitled to Ophthalmic or Eye Testing Services, which you can access by calling tel: 01 268 0330. Childhood Ophthalmic Service are also available for details Tel: 01 268 0342.

National Counselling Service for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse: 1800 234 111