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. More.

What we do

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. More.

Get Involved

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. More.

Deafblind Training Course

After the success in presenting our online course for the past year, we have decided to continue offering the course in order to reach more professionals and families all over the country. Our next course will begin on Monday, Sept 13, 2021 from 12-1pm (GMT) via Microsoft Teams and run weekly until Oct 18.   The […]

Adapted sensory books project

The Anne Sullivan Foundation’s Outreach Services recently completed a pilot project with St. Teresa’s Special School in Ballinasloe and their local secondary school’s TY group. Nine girls from Scoil Mhuire received training from one of our Outreach Consultants on how to adapt books for children who are deafblind and each made a tactile book on […]

Book of Kells Online Animation

The Anne Sullivan Foundation recently consulted with Trinity College, Dublin to make their Book of Kells exhibition more accessible to children who are Deaf and hard of hearing, blind and visually impaired, and deafblind. They have adapted 2 animated videos entitled “Seagull, Seagull” and “The Very Long Room” with captions, ISL interpreting and audio descriptions. […]