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Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

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Sue Ryder House, The Streame, Limerick Road, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.
E45 A894


Tel: (067) 412 30

About the Sue Ryder Development in Nenagh

The Foundation has now completed the Nenagh complex.

The development at the Streame Centre in Nenagh is situated circa. 1 km from the town centre on the main Limerick Road and consists of 50 self-contained apartments. Each resident will have their own private apartment, with one or two bedrooms, bathroom and a kitchen/livingroom. Each apartment is secured by an emergency response system. Additional services provided will include 24 hour emergency call service on site, a 4 course lunch 365 days of the year, laundry service and domestic cleaning service to each apartment.

The Nenagh house includes communal sitting rooms and landscaped gardens to promote the integration of residents within the development. We also have a small Oratory where we have religious services and where our residents may just sit and pray or reflect.

The Sue Ryder House in Nenagh will enable one to live independently without the burden, worry or responsibility of maintaining a house. It allows for the company and companionship of neighbours who share similar interests. This accommodation offers support to those who need it, while respecting privacy and independence in a safe and secure environment.

Residents pay a weekly or monthly contribution based on their income, which covers all their ESB, TV and heating/fuel bills, their main meal, their housekeeping and their laundry.

More Information:

Sinead Daly-Dillon is the Scheme Manager and she would be delighted to show you around this beautiful facility. Call on (067) 41230 or e-mail to arrange an appointment.

Testimonial: Dermot Golden

We have been told that no one has come back from Heaven to tell us what it is like but anybody looking for a glimpse of heaven on Earth should read the following observation.

In April 2017 I lost my wife Maureen to ovarian cancer. It was so sudden. I was left behind after 52 years of married life with no-one to help me. But then I found a “little bit of heaven” as Bing Crosby sang of and it was a new beginning for me. Maureen and I had been thinking of coming to a Sue Ryder House but unfortunately she was taken from me. I arrived solo in Nenagh on the 29th June 2017 and from the word go it was Heaven on earth.

I was welcomed by the management of Sinead Daly-Dillon and Mary McDonald and everybody made my arrival so happy and pleasant. Everybody got to know me. The facilities for every component of domestic bliss was covered. It is a “little bit of heaven” and I feel I have been here a lifetime. I enjoy every moment of life now in idyllic surroundings and I hope my experience will help anyone who has been thinking of moving see that you can have a great time in a beautiful, peaceful environment.