Home Instead Senior Care Waterford recently celebrated 10 years of providing home care to Waterford seniors, with an event supported by Waterford Chamber.
Danette and Michael Connolly opened Home Instead Senior Care Waterford at the Cleaboy Business Park in 2009. Managed and operated by a team of trained and dedicated care professionals, Home Instead Senior Care offers an array of senior care services such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, transport and companionship, up to and including personal care, dementia care, post-hospital care and disability care.
“Good quality home care is something we pride ourselves on delivering to the seniors of Waterford city and county,” said Danette Connolly, Director of Care at Home Instead Senior Care Waterford.
“Our ageing population is growing each year and we have a duty of care to ensure that they can live longer and happier in their own homes, and retain, as much as possible, their independence. It’s the Home Instead Senior Care philosophy,” Danette added. Flexible and person-centred care
As crucial as the right care package is for clients, the delivery of that care by the right people is paramount. Today the Waterford operation employs 20 office staff and more than 120 CAREGivers, delivering thousands of hours of home care each week.
“Our services are flexible, designed with our client in mind and are person-centred. We pride ourselves in recruiting and training CAREGivers to enable them to provide quality care. We spend a lot of time ensuring the right CAREGiver is assigned to the right client in order to develop a rich, rewarding and personal client-caregiver relationship,” said Danette. Home Instead Senior Care Waterford are currently recruiting more CAREGivers to join their winning team. Click here to find out more and apply today.
The Home Instead Senior Care team celebrating 10 years in business at Cleaboy Business Park. Pictured are Michael Connolly, Managing Director, Danette Connolly, Director of Care and staff members, Mark Bourke, Linda Lanigan, Yvonne Power, Edel Murphy, Louise Phelan, Marion Sheppard, Marguerite Long, Breda Russell and Lisa Burfort. Photo: Noel Browne