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What are Arch Clubs?
  • ARCH CLUBS provide a secure social environment for people with special needs, their siblings and friends to learn, form friendships and above all have fun. Some clubs meet once a week, others more often.
  • Junior Clubs (these can be integrated clubs)
  • Senior clubs (teenagers and upwards)
Aims and Objectives
  • The provision of services to and for clients based on personal outcomes principles of Identity, Autonomy, Affiliation, Attainment, Safeguards, Rights, Health and Wellness.
  • The fostering of links with other organisations.
  • Where appropriate and where possible, the utilisation of all services in the community for the benefit of the individual using our services.

Sunbeam House, a voluntary charitable organisation, delivers a wide range of services to adults diagnosed with intellectual disability. Services are provided at 30 centres located throughout Co. Wicklow and south Co. Dublin. Programmes are tailored to meet the individual choices of clients in our care, and this choice is afforded to them with our quality system ‘Personal Outcomes’. The quality system is sponsored by The Council on Quality and Leadership, Maryland, U.S.A., and Sunbeam House is the first organisation in Ireland to receive this independently validated accreditation.

Clients in our care have a range of needs which vary and change with age and progress. These needs vary from day-care services, residential services, sheltered employment services, supported employment, and special care requirements. Referrals to our services come from the Health Service Executive (HSE).

Nora Roban,
087 2508642

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