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If you are a family carer, a new free guidebook is available in Athlone this Friday.
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.
“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.
Home Instead Senior Care, Ireland’s leading home care provider, has invested in a new recruitment campaign that uses traditional “matchmaking” skills to help create a compatible and lasting relationship between the professional care giver and the person he/she cares for.
A new free guide book for senior citizens has been hailed by a HSE manager as a “valuable resource” for older people, their families, friends and carers.
Drumraney woman Peggy Allen was delighted to receive a call from George Hook recently after she was chosen as the winner of the ‘Dear George’ competition for family carers.
The Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton TD, will visit the Employment and Advice Fair, which takes place at the Volvo Global Village, South Park, Galway and opens today (Friday June 29) from 3pm to 8pm, and Saturday, June 30 from 10am to 4pm. The event is aimed at Irish and EU workers looking for jobs locally and throughout Europe.
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.
Home Instead Senior Care has teamed up with Irish Stairlifts and Bathrooms to offer seniors a 5 per cent discount on disability products.
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.