Comfort Keepers Homecare provide quality homecare services to the most vulnerable in communities throughout Ireland. We have a dedicated Management team who collectively have over 100 years experience working in the healthcare industry.
We have an excellent team of Clinical Nurse Managers, Care Co-Ordinators and Healthcare Assistants who are all – more...focused on providing top quality homecare.
Our Clinical Nurse Managers have the experience and compassion to manage even the most complex of cases. Our healthcare assistants are chosen for their caring natures and receive comprehensive training. We truly believe that by recruiting caring people, training them well and monitoring the care they deliver closely, we will deliver world class care.
Our mission is to provide your loved one with the highest quality of life that is achievable.
We treat each of our clients with the respect and dignity they deserve, as though we were caring for a member of our own family. – less
Written by Coordinator (Current Employee) from Tullamore, County Offaly on 6 February 2020
From starting as a carer to now working in the office I can say that Comfort Keepers has taught me a lot. I do really love the people that I work with and it is a great comfort to have them to rely on.
A typical day involves a lot of phone calls, to clients and carers, scheduling of shifts, filling shifts, looking at carers annual leave, filling and - more...
What are people saying about the leadership at Comfort Keepers?
of employees approve of Carl McManus’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 1,482 ratings
Written by Care Assistant/Home Help Provider (Former Employee) from Wicklow on 21 September 2019
Solo-working so you are independent and take responsibility.
Meeting new people and learning different skills and tasks.
Attachment to the client's is the hardest as if the client passes it's very upsetting on carer and family and bond is created.
Learning new skills is the best part of the job and meeting different character's of people. - more...