Health Service Executive (HSE)

About us

The HSE delivers health and personal social services to all children and families living in Ireland. Some of these services are for families of children with disabilities. The HSE either delivers services directly or other organisations deliver services for the HSE. For example, some early services are provided by various voluntary organisations and some are provided by the HSE community services.

Our Services

The HSE offers a wide range of services for children and families, including early services. You can contact your Local Health Office to find out how to access Early Services in your area. 

The HSE's website www.hse.ie/childdisability provides information about health services and supports for you and your child and links to other useful websites.

The HSE also deals with the following Entitlements and Benefits:

  • Drug Payments Scheme
  • Long-Term Illness and Disability Scheme
  • Medical Card
  • GP Visit Card
  • Free Nappies Scheme
  • Diet Supplement Scheme
  • Mobility Allowance
  • Motorised Transport Grant

Click here to find out more about Entitlements and Benefits and agencies other than the HSE that also deal with entitlements and benefits.

How to contact us

You can contact the HSE by:

  • phoning the HSE information line from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Saturday on 1850 24 1850 or 041 6850300; or
  • visiting the HSE website at www.hse.ie. .

 

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  • Phone: +353 (091) 792316
  • Fax: +353 (091) 792317
  • Email: info@informingfamilies.ie
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