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Welcome to Prosper Meath

Prosper Meath, formerly named MIDWAY, became part of the Prosper Group in 2016.

Prosper Meath provides Day Services to adults with an intellectual disability across County Meath.  It is a ‘not-for-profit’ community organisation with charitable status, committed to improving the lives of people with disabilities and their place in society.

In keeping with national disability policy, Prosper Meath operates from local centres in the towns of Navan, Trim, Kells and Ashbourne. Its primary funding comes from the Health Service Executive (HSE), through an annual Service Arrangement (Contract of Service).

Prosper Group today supports almost 500 individuals and their carers from 22 locations across its catchment areas of County Meath and County Fingal.

Recruitment - Latest Jobs

Three Year Development Plan (2016 - 2018)

Annual Report 2016

Notice Board

 

Prosper Meath Launch - 23rd February 2018

Notice Board

Prosper Meath Launch - 23rd February 2018