Real Life Experiences of Deafblindness

People who are deafblind and family members who are part of The Anne Sullivan Foundation Advocacy Working Groups share their experiences of deafblindness. Read More Real Life Experiences of Deafblindness.

Staff and service user sitting side by side and shaping clay with their hands during a pottery activity

What we do

The Anne Sullivan Centre provides a range of services for people who are deafblind across the country. We aim to support each person in their ongoing development while taking account of their individual needs and preferences. What we do.

A group of staff and supporters of The Anne Sullivan Centre standing and kneeling outdoors in Marlay Park after a 5k fundraising run

Get Involved

The Anne Sullivan Centre aims to facilitate adults who are deafblind to pursue meaningful, active and fulfilling lives through a range of planned activities and individualised programmes. Get Involved.

Census 2022

Be counted! Census day is April 3rd. Census takers could be calling to your house any day. If you are a person who is deafblind, please remember on question 15 to fill out that you have both a hearing and vision impairment and on question 16, please indicate the level of support you require. Please… Continue Reading Census 2022

Christmas is coming: A Christmas Experience Box to anticipate the excitement of Christmas

Christmas is just around the corner. For some it is an exciting time and the run up to it can seem like it goes on forever, and for others Christmas might be a bit overwhelming with different smells, different people and different textures. A Christmas experience box can be useful to use to someone who… Continue Reading Christmas is coming: A Christmas Experience Box to anticipate the excitement of Christmas