Comfort Homecare takes a person-centred approach to caring 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.
Comfort Home Care provides fully qualified Healthcare Assistants to assist with personal care and daily living supports. We have a dedicated team of carers that are well trained in caring for people of all ages with all types of disabilities. All carers meet the relevant national QQI certification, as required by the HSE.
Our social care workers, as well as assisting with your needs, provide companionship as a fundamental element of any care plan. Games and activities can be planned together to be enjoyed by the client. Trips to the gym or pool can be arranged and a suitable plan can be put in place. Our social care workers are fully qualified to meet these needs.
Respite – Live-in care
Respite care can be arranged to enable the family carer to take a short break, holiday or a rest. Comfort Home Care can arrange for a live-in carer to stay in the home with the client to provide 24/7 care.