Links to Other Resources

Information for Service Users of HSE Mental Health Service and Their Families

During the current Covid- 19 situation the HSE wish to assure you that your community mental health team will continue to provide care and treatment to ensure your recovery and wellbeing is maintained. Here is some information that may help answer some of your queries.

FAQ for Service Users of HSE Mental Health Service Users

Here are some frequently asked questions for Families and Supporters of HSE Mental Health Service Users
From the HSE Mental Health Engagement & Recovery Team 

FAQ for Families and Supporters of HSE Mental Health Service Users


Activities for People with Dementia

The attached booklet offers lots of practical advice and a selection of meaningful activities for people with dementia, families and carers. Please link on the link to download the booklet Activities for people with Dementia


Support for Older People

ALONE – Supporting older people to age at home

Alone has launched a National Support Line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of Covid-19.

The Support line is open 7 days a week from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm. 

Phone 0818 222 024


Grieving and Planning Funerals in these Exceptional Times 

Grieving in Exceptional Times, The Irish Hospice Foundation
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the traditional ways we mark our grief. For the moment, it is not possible to come together and to gather in one location. It is not possible to have a large funeral. It may not be possible to receive the company of those who wish to offer condolences. However, we can support ourselves and each other in different ways. Please click on the link for more information Grieving in Exceptional Times


Please click on the link for more information   Irish Hospice Planning Funerals