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Galwegians asked vote for their local nursing homes 

Nursing Homes Ireland  is issuing a rallying call for people to recognise and celebrate nursing home residents and those providing care in nursing homes in our local communities.

No Country for Old Men

In theory, home is where we all should feel the safest. It should be a refuge for all of us lucky to have a place to call home. It is the place where you can truly be yourself, far away from the pretence of modern life where, as characters in the great play of life, you learn your lines and your role before you walk out each day to act out your part.

No country for old men (First printed January 2014)

In theory, home is where we all should feel the safest. It should be a refuge for all of us lucky to have a place to call home. It is the place where you can truly be yourself, far away from the pretence of modern life where, as characters in the great play of life, you learn your lines and your role before you walk out each day to act out your part.

Further damning report on Áras Attracta care standards

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Another damning report by health services watchdog HIQA has raised serious ongoing concerns about the care of residents at the HSE run facility, Áras Attracta in Swinford.

New bus and facilities unveiled at Clarenbridge Nursing Home

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Marie O’Malley, Director of Nursing and her team recently celebrated the official launch of Clarenbridge Nursing Home’s bus and adapted kitchen when Minister Kathleen Lynch TD performed the opening.

Clarenbridge Nursing Home launches new facilities

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Clarenbridge Nursing Home, Ballygarriff, Craughwell, Co Galway is a purpose built private nursing home. The proprietors of Clarenbridge Nursing Home are Denis McElligott and Pat Kennedy; they have three other nursing homes in the group. These are Abbott Close in Askeaton, Killeline in Newcastlewest, and Windmill in Churchtown.

Remember nursing homes are ‘homes from home’, says patients’ rights’ advocate

A local advocate with the patient support group Patient Focus says it is important to remember that nursing homes are not institutions but “homes from homes” for people.

Galwegians must take opportunity to help shape nursing home standards

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“Horrific” cases involving the abuse of elderly and vulnerable residents in some Irish nursing homes over the years have hammered home to families the importance of speaking out if concerns arise, according to the former chairperson of the HSE’s regional health forum, Galway Cllr Padraig Conneely.

Nursing home crisis sees increase in elderly home care

“The home care sector in Ireland is expected to care for an increasing number of older people as a result of the recent waiting list crisis for the Fair Deal Scheme,” says Jonathan Acton, general manager of Home Instead Senior Care in Westmeath.

Day care services to resume at MacBride Nursing Home

aThe HSE has confirmed that day care services at the MacBride Community Nursing Home in Westport are to resume next month.

 

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