Disability Care

Caring for People with Disabilities

We have thirty years experience of supporting people of all ages living with a disability at home. Our role is to help you maintain independence and comfort in the familiarity and security of your own home. We also provide mobility care, respite or 24/7 care.

Whatever the reason, we are here to help.

Caring for People with Disabilities at Home

Our carers 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. This covers modules such as Patient Moving and Handling. In addition, many carers have specialist training and experience e.g. use of hoists.  Private HomeCare employs its own in-house certified trainer to ensure the highest standards of training are met.  You will be matched with a carer(s) whose skillset matches your needs.

  • Communications
    We believe communications is critically important for assisting people with disabilities. It is very important that your wishes can be understood by carers, and acted upon. It is important that you are heard. This applies to normal conversation as well as any specific requests you might have. As well as assisting with your needs, companionship is a fundamental element of any successful client : carer relationship.

  • Patient Handling
    Our carers are trained to be gentle in assisting disabled people. They will be mindful of identifying where there might be pain, and to avoid or alleviate that when assisting you at all times.

  • Mobility
    Carers are trained in all aspects of mobility ranging from assistance from sit to stand, to assisted walking to hoists.

Carer Responsibilities

Whether you need full time, part time home care or family respite, we can help.

We prioritise the following three areas to our careteam, to ensure your comfort:

  • Personal Care : being clean and comfortable which may include assistance with toileting or incontinence
  • Food and Fluid Intake : check food is available, shopping lists are updated, meal preparation and assistance with eating
  • Medication Prompts

Enquire Now

Don’t hesitate to contact us for any for a confidential, no obligation chat. We are happy to help you.

For information on disability allowances, please visit Citizen's Advice.

Planning Care

We have thirty years in planning home care. We have extensive experience in providing disability care for both adults and children. We welcome your enquiry.

From an informal chat, to a nurse visit to a tailored care plan just for you, read more about “How We Work” for your peace of mind.




Special thanks to you for finding us Sue, who became a personal friend and cheered my mother up so nicely and was such a kind companion to her. We always felt happy to leave her in charge, and we always felt on our return that *Dorothy was the better for her visits.