Comfort homeCare

First Class Care in Your Own Home

Putting Tenderness Back Into Homecare

“Comfort Homecare’s mission is to provide a professional, person centred care of the highest standard where clients will be treated with the greatest respect, dignity and care.”

Dara Shortt

Comfort Homecare Services

Home Help/Care for the Elderly

Companionship

Home Care for those with Disabilities

Private At-Home Palliative Care

Medical Appointment Escort Service

Home Cleaning Service

Medical Appointment Escort Service

Comfort Homecare seeks to help families by escorting their loved ones to medical appointments in clinics or hospitals. Perhaps you are working or have other commitments (e.g. looking after children at home), and struggle to take the time out to accompany your loved one to an appointment. Comfort Homecare are here to help. Comfort Home Carers can also offer a bespoke service to assist  with any personal care needs. They can bring a list of concerns and questions with them that the family would like to bring before the clinicians. Notes are taken during the appointment and a full report is made to the family at the end of the day.

Senior Home Care Service

Comfort Home Care aims to help people who need medium to high-level support to continue living at home, by providing them with Home Support Services.  General Personal Care Includes,

Bathing assistance, Incontinence care, Meal preparation, Mobility and activity. Comfort Homecare can provide a caring, professional carer to live with your loved family member to provide support and security. Our Comfort Home carers will bring joy, conversation, and friendship to your loved family member to allow them to live with dignity and independence.

Private Palliative Homecare

In a recent report from the Irish Hospice Foundation 74% of people surveyed said they wanted to pass away at home. Comfort Home Care aims to assist people to remain in their own home, surrounded by their loved ones. Professional carers can assist the hospice care team to provide the best possible end-of-life care in the home. We ensure that the client and their family are supported by providing personal care, housekeeping, companionship, overnight care and emotional support. Our care is delivered with tenderness and compassion.

Home Care for people with Disabilities

Comfort Homecare takes a person-centred approach to caring for people with disabilities. Our role is to help you maintain independence and comfort in the familiarity and security of your own home. The at-home care services provided are based on a comprehensive support plan set out by our team in collaboration with the client and their families. This is tailored to suit the individual and to meet their needs. It may include a carer for a few hours a day, or live-in care seven days a week. Our team includes a nurse, social care workers and healthcare assistants.

Testimony

“I have known Dara for quite some time now and must say she provides excellent care to those in need. She is kind caring and conscientious. She keeps her clients welfare as her top priority and has a strong ethical approach to her work. I would trust Dara without hesitation when needing care for a loved one. I highly recommend her service.”

Ann Collins

“At the absolute lowest point in my life while caring full time for my wife, Dara came into my life. I cannot thank Dara enough for the care she gave my wife. Compassionate, Caring and Competent are just three words of many I could use for her. No half measures here! She is so caring that she even took the time to ask myself and my children how we were doing on a regular basis, often offering valuable advice to us from her wealth of knowledge as a care assistant. I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Dara, a lovely lady inside and out with a wealth of experience.

Andrew Patchell Prosperous

“Dara starting caring for my Dad when he was at advanced stage in a rare neurological disease. The kindness, patience and professionalism with Dad was second to none. Dara has a calm and nurturing way about her.  She always ensured dad was given his dignity at all times. She took us all as a family under her wing. Not only would Dara help Dad with his exercises, have given him a shower, she would have a pot on the stove and a bread in the oven! My Dad was privileged to have had Dara care for him.”

Valerie Gormley