Put your heart into your work at Home Instead

As Ireland’s population continues to age, demand for home care services is reaching an all-time high. Home Instead Senior Care is seeking 60 new and experienced caregivers to work all over County Donegal and help provide clients with the excellent level of service that the company is renowned for.

 If you are a caring and compassionate person, you might be wondering what’s involved in the job. If you’ve ever looked after an elderly relative or neighbour, you’ll already have some idea. Many Home Instead CAREGivers have come from exactly that background, and with the training they’ve received though Home Instead, they’ve gone on to happy and rewarding careers as full time CAREGivers.

They’re working in a job that they can genuinely put  their heart into, they’re playing a vital role in their local communities and they are lighting up the lives of local seniors every single day.


 Home Instead CAREGivers provide a range of non-medical services that help seniors and the disabled to remain in their homes, among their friends and in their communities. They provide companionship services that stimulate, encourage and assist an individual. They provide home help services, including light housekeeping, laundry and other errands.  And they provide families who have elderly relatives with the peace of mind that their loved ones are being cared for by experts  in home care.

 More experienced CAREGivers look after clients who have higher levels of needs, and they are given every support to up skill in areas such as dementia care, palliative care and other specialist fields. Home Instead has an ever evolving, high-quality training programme to ensure that its CAREGivers have the skills to handle more complicated client  needs. So if you’re looking for a job that you can truly put your heart into, why not join our team? Visit Caregiver or call Leesa 074 911 3050 today.


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