Drumlin House

Drumlin House Training Centre was established by a voluntary management committee in November 1982 as a not-for-profit service provider for people with intellectual disabilities.

The service works to enhance the rights, opportunities and future aspirations of its service users, to achieve the highest possible levels of participation in work and in the community. Currently the service provides Rehabilitative Training and Day Service Supports in line with the New Directions Interim Standards for day services under a Service Level Arrangement with the HSE.

Vision Statement

By providing training and work opportunities we will help people with intellectual disability understand their rights, discover their strengths, identify opportunities to progress and develop their skills.

Mission Statement

In order to achieve this we will adopt policies and procedures necessary to: –

  • Establish and maintain facilities for people with ID
  • Create an ethos of empowerment, excellence, endeavor and equal opportunity
  • Design and implement supported transition and rehabilitative training based on individual needs
  • Employ and train suitable staff to deliver and support training programmers
  • Acknowledge and support individual’s right to be heard, express and achieve desires, and to be informed
  • Keep trainees and staff safe and protected from abuse.