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Care About You provides home care services to a wide range of age groups in the comfort of the individual's home. Whether you or your loved one are recovering from an illness or accident, finding it more challenging to do what you have always done, or needing companionship, "Care About You" can provide the support you need to maintain your independence and enjoy your home.


We can arrange this for you if you need ongoing support or support for a limited time. The care we deliver is person-centred, which means you are at the centre of your care, and your needs are our priority. At Care About You, we can assist with household chores and daily living activities.

What home care activities do we provide?

At Care About You we provide clients with a range of different home care activities, including:


Light housework

Prompting medication

Personal Care

Preparation of meals


Ordering prescriptions/medication

Helping with household pets


Collecting medication

Why do you need home care services?

There are many reasons why people may need home care services, such as:

Elderly Care

Palliative care

Chronic diseases

Respite care



Why choose our care at home?

There are many reasons why you should consider choosing our team for care at home:

We offer ongoing or one off support to all client

We all hold the necessary QQI certifications required by the HSE

Each of our home care services is completely tailored to your needs

  • What is the catchment of our person-centred care services?
    At Care About You, we offer clients person-centred care services in Clare, Limerick, North Tipperary, Laois, Longford, Louth, Meath, Offaly, Westmeath, Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Roscommon, Cork and Kerry.
  • Do you have the same caregiver for all person-centred care services?
    At Care About You, we aim to provide consistent support from one or two care support worker depending on your needs and call schedule. One of the management team will contact you if it is necessary to introduce a new support worker to cover illness or annual leave. The new support worker will be fully trained and shadowed by an existing support worker.
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