Home Instead Senior Care, Ireland’s largest provider of non-medical home care services, has released the 2019 edition of its “Bible for Older People”, The Senior Citizen & Family Carer Guidebook.
The popular annual publication aims to ensure Ireland’s older people, and those who care for them, have access to the key information they need to learn about ageing in Ireland.
“The Senior Citizen & Family Carer Guidebook is available free of charge. It’s a comprehensive resource on ageing in Ireland, and the inspiration for this year’s edition is ‘planning for successful ageing’,” says Shane Jennings, Director of Franchise Operations, Home Instead Senior Care.
“This guidebook helps us to truly honour our mission, which is to enhance the lives of older people and their families,” he adds.
Home Instead’s Senior Citizen Guidebook shares experience and expertise built up from the company’s 14 years of operation in Ireland, and contains valuable contributions from a range of experts and organisations who have Ireland’s older people at heart.
“The guidebook contains information on allowances and entitlements, care options, community services, home and lifestyle, nutrition, health and wellbeing and much more,” says Shane Jennings.
Home Instead will make the guidebook available in a range of places in the local community, such as libraries, post offices, hospitals and clinics. Members of the public can order a copy by phoning 1890 989 755, and a digital copy is available at HomeInstead.ie/Guidebook2019
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About Home Instead Senior Care
Since 2005, the Home Instead Senior Care (HISC) network in Ireland has been enhancing the lives of older people and their families. With 24 local offices around Ireland, they provide specialist Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care as well as other important non-medical home care services.
For more information on Home Instead Senior Care in Ireland, visit www.homeinstead.ie