Intellectual Disability Services
As part of our Therapeutic Residential Service, we provide disability services for children and young people between the ages of 8 and 18. Young people with autism, who may also have complex needs and be experiencing emotional, behavioural and family problems, gain greatly from our Therapeutic Service.
Three Steps provides a supported long term Residential Service for Adults with Intellectual Disability who are attending a Day Service, where their independent living skills, autonomy and rights are promoted.
Adult residential services in Meath
Three Steps currently delivers two adult residential services (one high support one low support) based in Co Meath. The services are committed to providing consistent and home like environment’s based on our therapeutic Model of Care. Residents are supported by qualified staff to live meaningful and fulfilling lives in both their own homes and in their local community. Residents are encouraged and supported to live self-determined lives and to make informed decisions regarding their future. The staff teams recognise the importance of the resident’s family members and encourage them to be part of the support being provided to the residents.
Three Steps provide a medium to long term residential service for children and young people between the ages of 8 and 18, who have significant emotional and behavioural difficulties often as a result of a disability.
Three Steps Therapeutic Model is multi-disciplinary, specifically being trauma, attachment and neurobiology informed. Each child or young person will have an assessment of need, which will lead to an individual therapeutic plan.
This is supported by our highly skilled and experienced Therapeutic Support Consultants and Therapists.
This consists of:
- Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists
- Occupational Therapist
- Consultant Psychiatrist
- Principal Clinical Psychologist
- Music Therapist
- Play Therapist