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In this month's newsletter:
  • Coronavirus Factsheet
  • ISO Audit
  • Safety and Wellness for Seniors
  • Isaac- Pendant
  • Carer of the Quarter 
  • Seniors Trade Show
  • CRT
  • Join Our Team- Refer a Friend- Incentives
  • Live Jobs
Coronavirus ~ COVID-19 🦠

Find out all the information you need regarding Coronavirus 🔽

Coronavirus Factsheet

ISO 9001 Audit 


Myhomecare are delighted to announce that we have received our ISO 9001 Recertification after another successful audit on the 12th-15th of September. We are delighted to continue to uphold our quality standards and be part of an award winning team with high standards of Patient Safety at our core. A huge thank you to the Myhomecare Team and also to our team of Nurses and Carers out in the community who continue to support those in need of additional care.

Thank you.


Autumn Safety and Wellness To-Dos for Older Adults


Happy Autumn! This third season of the year is known as the “season of change.” The weather is growing cooler, the days shorter and the air crisper. As we adjust to the changes of autumn, it’s an ideal time to take action to ensure the safety and wellness of older adults who are aging in place. The following checklist will help you prepare yourself – and them – for the season.
•    Schedule pre-winter heating maintenance. Before you crank up the heat, schedule regular maintenance for heating systems to confirm they’re in good working order. If your loved one’s home includes a fireplace, be sure to also have chimneys inspected and cleaned to prevent dangers like flue fires.
•    Control the internal temperature. Now is the time to adjust automatic thermostats to account for the season’s fluctuations in temperature.
•    Get ready for fall fashion. Don’t put the lighter clothing in moth balls just yet, but be sure to have sweaters and jackets at the ready. Layering is the name of the game throughout autumn. Be mindful of footwear, as well. Non-skid boots and shoes with plenty of traction can help prevent slips and falls in wet or frosty weather.
•    Prepare for ice and snow. In cooler regions, it’s not unusual to get a preview of the cold, snowy and icy winter weather during the autumn months. Be sure to make shovels, car brushes and salt accessible in the event of an early storm.
•    Ward off seasonal illnesses.* The frequency and severity of sicknesses escalates as the year comes to a close. Hand washing is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of fall illness. The Centres for Disease Control recommends washing hands with soap and clean, running water for 20 seconds. Wet, lather, scrub, rinse and dry. Older adults can also help boost immunity through good hydration, which can benefit the immune system during cold and flu season.
•    Take advantage of the harvest. Many healthy – and delicious – fruits and vegetables are centre stage this time of year. Adding seasonal produce such as beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato, pumpkin, apples, cranberries, eggplant and kale can help manage diabetes, contribute to heart health and promote a healthy immune system.
•    Beware of falling leaves. While colourful leaves are part of the beauty of autumn in many regions, they can present a safety hazard. When wet, they can become slippery and pose a fall risk. And piles of leaves can hide potentially dangerous obstacles. Be sure to remove them regularly from porches, sidewalks and key walkways for older adults.
•    Be sure you can detect danger. Fall is one of the critical times of the year for checking smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Change the batteries in these devices, and test them to make sure they’re in good working order.
Learn More
Want to learn more? Use these links for additional fall safety and wellness tips:
•    The National Safety Council
•    The Centres for Disease Control
•    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association
Isaac 💙

Over the past year there has been a significant growth in the demand for technology supported care, which is revolutionising the way people are cared for at home. MyHomecare have developed our own innovative solution, Isaac Care.

Isaac is a complete independent living solution which focuses on using ambient assistive technology to empower people to live safely and independently at home for longer. The soliton comprises of a family caring app with a range of assistive technology devices and support services. What sets this solution apart from others in the market is that it is fully supported by myhomecare, allowing us to bridge the gap between technology and in person care.


We design bespoke packages tailored to each individuals’ needs. Our technology offering includes smart ambient motion sensors, “The Isaac Pendant”, a GPS enabled falls pendant, and vital monitoring devices. Each device transmits information directly into the users care profile in the  Isaac Care app. The technology is supported by a range of support services including a 24/7 call centre, remote monitoring of vital signs and homecare services. 

This is all supported by our user friendly family caring app which allows carers to easily communicate with everyone involved in providing care to the end user through “Circles of Care”. The Isaac Care app allows families to easily manage care through a simple messaging feature, calendar management, and allows each user to input their medical history, meaning all their important information is always on hand and stored in one secure place.

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Isaac Pendant

This next generation fall alarm offers peace of mind that someone is always on hand to help. This easy to use pendant allows the user to easily call for help, whether at home or out and about, and provides the family with real time updates through the Isaac Care app. The Isaac Pendant is ideal for people of all ages who are concerned about their wellbeing and safety both at home, and while out and about




Senior Trade Show in Clare

Myhomecare Attending 7th Oct 2021

Carer of the Quarter

West Region: Shiela Culkin

DNE Region: Christine Kalabor

South Region: Alice Mok

Dublin Region: Virginia Panzo 

Limerick Region: Clara Okoh

Centralised Recruitment Team


Myhomecare part of the Servisource group are delighted to officially launch our Centralised Recruitment Team.

The CRT is a dedicated cross functionally trained recruitment team, with expertise in the recruitment of Healthcare, Homecare, Business Support and Construction and Manufacturing.

Our recruiters have high levels of market knowledge, ensuring the best appointments for clients.

Learn more about the CRT:





Our Core Values


Customer First – We never compromise on quality – we deliver services to world class standards, nothing less ever.

Accountable – We represent our clients and customers with dignity and honesty. Our stakeholders trust us.

Responsible – It is about seeing the whole job through to the end. It is not done until it is all done.

Empower – Our leaders within the business are encouraged to problem solve, innovate and use the latest technology to support others.

Effective Communication – Clarity, openness and a willingness to listen characterises our approach to interacting with others.

Respect – Integrity, fairness, equality, diversity, cooperation, responsiveness and perceptiveness in how we treat others.

Refer A Friend 💶

We have a referral scheme in operation – if you refer a Nurse to us and they are activated - a fee of €150 will be awarded to the referrer (when the nurse has worked 120 hours with us)

Live Jobs 💙

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