The health and wellbeing of our service users and staff is of paramount importance to the MooreHaven Centre.
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18th March 2020
The MooreHaven Centre provides supports to adults with an intellectual disability in the mild to moderate range of Intellectual Disability through MooreHaven’s day, residential and respite services.
MooreHaven fully subscribes to the core values of Community Inclusion, Active Citizenship and Quality and Person Centredness, as the values of the HSE New Directions model of delivering personal supports within the local community.
We foster a sense of purpose within our Service Users, based on their ability and dignity as individuals, and we promote their full integration into the communities in which they live and work
We aim to provide a climate of caring and learning through the delivery of person-centred programmes by skilled and committed Staff who make the difference.
We encourage and welcome the participation of our Service Users’ Families and Carers in the management and development of our services.
We promote a climate of equality within our organisation in the provision of our services, guaranteeing the right to education, civil rights and a life with dignity for all.
The MooreHaven Centre is a voluntary community based organisation governed by a non-executive Board of Directors.
The Registered office of MooreHaven Centre is O’Brien Street, Tipperary Town.
The principal goal of the Board of MooreHaven Centre is to ensure effective and efficient governance in complying with the Board’s statutory and legal obligations.
The Board of Directors are governed by the Constitutions of The MooreHaven Centre Company Limited by Guarantee and MooreHaven Centre (Tipperary) Designated Activity Company (DAC). Board Members are common to both companies. All operating transactions for the Company flow through MooreHaven Centre (Tipperary) DAC.
The MooreHaven Centre Company Limited by Guarantee provides for a Register of Members. The Members have control with regard to the overall running of the Centre through their voting powers exercised at the Annual General Meeting. Membership of this Company is renewed annually.
The General Manager reports to the Board of Directors.
The Centre is grant funded under Section 39 of the Health Act, 2004.
Denis Kennedy – Chairman
Sarah Moore – Secretary
Liam Treacy – Treasurer
Catherine Condon – Director
Bernadette Kiely – Director
Eddie Kennedy – Director
Roger Kennedy – Director
Amy Keogh – Director
Sarah Moore – Director
Phyllis Naughton – Director
Breda Donovan – Director
Management Team of MooreHaven is detailed below;
James Quilligan – General Manager
Josephine Norris – Integrated Services Manager
Janine Duffy – Day Service Manager
Sandra O’Donnell – Person In Charge Residential Service
Louise Ryan – Financial Controller
Edward Power – Human Resource Manager