The Rehab Group is an independent not-for-profit organisation working for social and economic inclusion among people with disabilities and others who are marginalised.

Each year, more than 60,000 people access our training, employment, social care and commercial services in the Group's network of some 200 centres across Ireland, the UK, the Netherlands and Poland.

Our philosophy is based on the belief that regardless of a person's disability or social circumstances, it is ability that should determine success in life.

As a result, Rehab's role goes beyond providing services that enable our clients to make the most of their skills and talents in the workplace and the wider community.

We are also a leading campaigner for reforms to remove the barriers preventing equal opportunities, particularly for people with disabilities.

Rehab is committed to the formation of a broad coalition of all stakeholders within the disability sector and supports the full implementation of the recommendations of the Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities.

We are also deeply involved in the development of a more business-like, rather than merely philanthropic, approach to the provision of disability services through the Not-for-Profit Business Association. Rehab has NGO status to the United Nations.

The Rehab Group is made up of a number of divisions which co-ordinate its activities across Ireland and the UK.


  • The National Learning Network provides training, education, enterprise development and job placement services for more than 4,500 people at 50 locations nationwide.
  • Rehab Enterprises Ltd (formerly Gandon Enterprises Ltd) is the world's first company to provide truly integrated social employment opportunities for workers with disabilities. Approximately 400 people are currently employed in Rehab Enterprises’ businesses.
  • RehabCare operates a wide variety of responsive health and social care programmes which reach into communities the length and breadth of Ireland and into the United Kingdom. Each year, more than 3,000 people of all ages and from all walks of life avail of these services which range from resource centre activities to care work delivered in people's homes.
  • Rehab Lotteries provides funds to develop the range of services delivered by the Irish Group divisions.

United Kingdom

  • TBG Learning is one of the UK's leading adult learning organisations. The vast majority of people who access its services each year are from socially disadvantaged groups, such as people who are long-term unemployed and those with skill training needs or basic skills deficiencies.
  • Momentum is a leading provider of rehabilitation, training and care services for people with disabilities and others who face economic and social exclusion. Momentum service-users include people with physical disabilities, learning difficulties, brain injury, spinal injury, sensory impairments and mental health issues, as well as people who are long-term unemployed.
  • Rehab UK is a major force in the area of brain injury vocational rehabilitation, and provides assessment, training and development programmes for people with disabilities.
  • The Chaseley Trust operates a residential home in Eastbourne on the south coast of England which provides treatment and rehabilitation services for people with significant physical disabilities.

Contact Information: 

Communications and Public Affairs Team

Rehab Group
Beach Road
Dublin 4

Tel: 00 353 (0) 1 2057200 (head office switchboard)
Fax: 00 353 (0) 1 2057211


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