Rehabilitation Centre

St Doolaghs,
Dublin 13

Margaret Giathi St Doolaghs

Margaret Giathi

Director of Nursing

Patients and Families, Friends and Carers

Our team of dedicated professionals will work tirelessly together to help you and your family adjust to your injury and learn how to help you achieve your personal rehabilitation goals. Giving you the opportunity to attain the highest level of independence possible.
We accept referrals from a wide range of agencies and sources including families, health and social services, medico-legal professionals and other service providers. St. Doolagh’s Park is fully registered with HIQA and has rehabilitation services accredited by CARF.

Services provided for Families

Our team of dedicated professionals will work tirelessly together to help you and your family adjust to your injury and learn how to help you achieve your personal rehabilitation goals. Giving you the opportunity to attain the highest level of independence possible.
We accept referrals from a wide range of agencies and sources including families, health and social services, medico-legal professionals and other service providers. St. Doolagh’s Park is fully registered with HIQA and has rehabilitation services accredited by CARF.

Admission Criteria

Initial Contact

Referral Received

Assessed against admission criteria and triaged by Director of nursing

Pre-Admission assessment conducted by relevant MDT

Written funding confirmation

Visit by prospective resident and family

To be admitted to St. Doolagh’s, the individual must:

  1. Have one of the following:
    1. Acquired brain injury (ABI), which is an inclusive category that embraces acute (rapid onset) brain injury of any cause, including:
      1. Trauma (head or post-surgical injury)
        ii. Vascular accident (stroke or subarachnoid haemorrhage)
      2. Cerebral anoxia/hypoxia
      3. Toxic or metabolic insult (e.g. hypoglycaemia)
      4. Infection (e.g. meningitis, encephalitis) or other inflammation (e.g. vasculitis).
    2. Have medical, cognitive, physical, communicative and/or behavioural needs related to the acquired brain injury or disease process (e.g. memory difficulties due to Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome)
  2. Be aged over 18 years at time of admission
  3. Have identified medical, cognitive, physical or communication needs
  4. Have the potential to benefit from specialised inpatient rehabilitation from an interdisciplinary team

Exclusion Criteria

  1. Where the potential for neuro-rehabilitation is overshadowed by other needs (e.g. physical/psychiatric/behavioral/drug and substance misuse)
  2. Active risk of physical violence
  3. Currently in post-trauma amnesia

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