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Professional Homecare Bill 2020

Professional Homecare Bill 2020 Myhomecare.ie have welcomed the recently announced Professional Home Care Bill 2020, amendments to the Health Act 2007. This new legislation is designed to provide regulation in the area of professional home care. Amendments were introduced in the areas of assessment of needs & care planning, complaints procedures, standards of care, protection…

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ALONE have launched a COVID-19 support line, which is available to all older people including those that have never used their services before. Supporting the clinical advice and information being provided by the HSE, ALONE’s support line is available at 0818 222 024 from 8am-8pm, seven days a week. The ALONE helpline offers advice and support for COVID-19 and…

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COVID-19 Everything you need to know

We would like to remind everyone to please use trusted sources only, for more information on COVID-19, healthcare and homecare workers information, mental health and the virus, government measures and employment please take a look at some of the below websites: HSPC – information and guidance for healthcare workers https://www.hpsc.ie/a-z/respiratory/coronavirus/novelcoronavirus/guidance/guidanceforhealthcareworkers/ HSE – information on symptoms,…

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The Importance of Flexible Working for Carers

With a new generation of employees now hitting the workforce, the traditional way of running businesses has changed. One example is with working hours. Flexible working was introduced as a way to encourage a healthy work-life balance. Over the last few years, the number of people working in part-time employment has increased. As well as…

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Carer of the Quarter – August 2019

Huge Congratulations to our ‘Carer of the Quarter’ Jennifer Twum! Here at myhomecare.ie we believe that hard work deserves recognition. We have an exceptional team that works with us both internally and externally. They are hard working, reliable and willing to go above and beyond to ensure our care recipients and families receive the best quality…

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Paint it Pink campaign Thursday 4th October

Myhomecare are taking part in the ‘Paint it Pink’ campaign.  Breast cancer is the second most common cancer affecting women in Ireland. 3,100 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. October is breast cancer awareness month and on Thursday 4th October our nationwide offices in Dundalk, Dublin, Cork and Galway wore pink to work…

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