Cloch Cora, Co. Waterford

A state-of-the-art home for individuals living with an acquired brain injury

Cloch Cora provides individualised in-house and community-based rehabilitation supports designed to maximise the quality of life of the residents, while fostering autonomy, personal growth and development.

The house, designed by Michael Regan at E-Project Chartered Architects, Dungarvan, is built to the highest standards of accessibility and sustainability. It is flexible and adaptable to suit the requirements of the residents while also integrating into the existing architecture of the estate.


Cloch Cora provides five individual resident en suite bedrooms, a communal kitchen, living area and laundry/utility facilities. Residents also have access to a private rear garden area. Sleep in and office accommodation is provided for the rehabilitation team.

The Cloch Cara development includes three high spec independent living units for those over the age of 55 who are living with brain injury or other neurological conditions.

Support Services

Cloch Cora offers a range of rehabilitation 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, speech and language therapy.
  • Health and General Wellbeing: Support to access GP appointments, hospital appointments, chiropody appointments, medication management, dentistry appointments.
  • Community Activities: Tenants are supported to access meaningful community day and night-time activities of the choice such as bingo, restaurants, cinema, soccer and sports matches, music concerts, day rehabilitation services, and gardening projects.

Tenant Involvement

All tenants are supported to fully contribute to the running of the house. Tenants are involved in regular tenants’ meetings where key decisions on the day-to-day running of the service are made. Reviews of their individual rehabilitation goals empower them to make decisions about their own personal choices, goals and aspirations.

Rob, Local Services Manager, Cloch Cora:

“The people we serve and support are the main drivers and voice behind their rehabilitation plan”

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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