Our Psychologists, Therapists, Dieticians, Social Worker and our Nurses, Mental Health and Pediatric Nurses work directly with parents, families, and other services as required; to provide support, education, and address concerns during the treatment process.
In addition to providing appropriate therapeutic and nutritional interventions, our program works around the school calendar to ensure each client’s academic needs can continue, as well as educating the schools if required, about the needs of students struggling with this illness.
Our primary goal is to ensure clients receive the best care we can offer, allowing them to succeed in all areas of their young lives providing individualised care, addressing the Eating Disorder symptoms as well as helping each client reduce existing academic concerns and anxieties as much as possible.
We aim to provide a programme, that when appropriate, allows clients to stay home in their own environment with families close by and be an extended part of the client’s care and treatment. Please see our Therapy Programme for information on specific Therapies we offer at NEDRC.
We will coordinate with Children’s Hospitals and services providing appropriate information/ referrals as necessary.
The cost of treatment is covered by private health insurance (VHI Healthcare and Irish Life, Garda Medical Aid). The Health Service Executive (HSE) funds clients on a case by case, please contact for advise on applying for funding.