37 & 38 Hillview, Creggaun na Hilla, Clarecastle, Co. Clare

Housing with support for adults living with an acquired brain injury in Clarecastle

37 and 38 Hillview consist of two 4-bed purpose-built semi-detached bungalows, providing housing with support to adults living with an acquired brain injury. The services were opened in 2010, and are managed by a Local Service Manager, who is assisted by two Team Leaders and two teams of Rehabilitation Assistants. The Hillview services provide individualised on-site and community-based supports designed to maximise quality of life, while fostering autonomy, personal growth and development.


Each Hillview service provides four individual resident bedrooms, a communal kitchen, living area, bathrooms and laundry/utility facilities.

37 Hillview also has its own back garden area with polytunnel, and residents’ shed. In addition, ‘sleepover’ accommodation is provided for the rehabilitation team.

Support Services

The Hillview services offer a range of neurorehabilitation activities including:
  • Activities of Daily Living: Cookery, cleaning, laundry, budget management, intimate and personal care, shopping, contribution to the general upkeep of the house, inter-dependent living.
  • Cognitive Skills: Planning, organising and memory strategies.
  • Behavioural Skills: All individuals have tailored behavioural support plans which are reviewed regularly with the neuropsychologist and rehabilitation staff team.
  • Physical Skills: Access to occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech and language therapy. Hillview also has a MotoMed exercise unit on-site.
  • Health and General Wellbeing: Support to access GP appointments, hospital appointments, chiropody appointments, medication management, dentistry appointments and mental health appointments.
  • Community Activities: Support to access meaningful community daytime and night-time activities of the individual’s choice, such as bingo, restaurants, cafés, cinema, football, music concerts, day rehabilitation services, gardening project and groups run at the Acquired Brain Injury Ireland Clare resource centre.
Joanne, Local Services Manager, Clarecastle:

“It is all about empowering the tenants to live their lives however they want”

Anvers Stories

“It’s a home from home”

– Thomas, Anvers Housing tenant

Click on the images below to learn more about how Anvers Housing has helped to rebuild the lives of people impacted by acquired brain injury – supporting them to live more independently within their home environments.

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