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Mullingar-based home care company, Home Instead Senior Care, was named winner of the Quality Care Award at the national home care conference recently in Lyrath Estate, Kilkenny.
Local home care provider, Home Instead Senior Care, was named Franchise of the Year (Service) at the 2015 Irish Franchise Awards.
Home Instead Senior Care was officially named a finalist in the SFA National Small Business Awards 2015 by AJ Noonan, SFA chairman and chair of the awards judging panel. The aim of the awards is to celebrate the achievements of small business in Ireland, and to recognise the vital contribution of the small business sector to Irish industry.
Harsh winter weather can endanger the lives of older people. That's why Home Instead Senior Care, Galway’s largest home care organisation, has issued a winter safety preparation checklist to help seniors stay safe during the cold winter months.
Research from Home Instead Senior Care in Mayo reveals 80 per cent of seniors report the importance of living in their own homes. Over three-quarters of decision makers (normally the adult daughter caring for ageing parents) indicate it is ‘extremely’ or ‘very important’ for seniors to remain at home.
Leading Westmeath home care provider, Home Instead Senior Care, is asking adult children to take a closer look at senior parent’s homes this new year.
A recent survey of family caregivers on caregiverstress.com revealed that more than half of the respondents (51 per cent) said their ageing relative resisted care. These seniors often object to help whether it is from their own children or a professional caregiver who tries to come into their homes to assist.
Home Instead Senior Care has teamed up with Irish Stairlifts and Bathrooms to offer seniors a 5 per cent discount on disability products.
The business of caring is expected to grow by leaps and bounds over the next decade and beyond.
As May gets in to full swing and the annual month-long Bealtaine Festival begins its celebrations for those of older age, a number of issues of concern to older people are also being highlighted. Firstly, as the number of older people in Ireland continues to rise with people living longer than ever, health and financial issues are more to the fore than ever. Sadly, according to one provider of Senior Care in Mayo, evidence is mounting that older adults are having to cut everyday expenses to cope with the economic downturn, which means that their quality of life and enjoyment of the twilight period in their lives is being affected. Recent research has revealed that 59 per cent of people aged 65 and older find it more difficult to pay for essential items such as food, gas and medicine.