1M additional funded hours for home care welcomed by HCCI

1M additional funded hours for home care welcomed by Home and Community Care Ireland Tuesday 8 October 2019: Today, Tuesday 8th October 2019, Minister for Finance & Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D., announced an increase…

65+ year olds willing to contribute 21% towards the cost of a home care package

At our first annual conference today (Tuesday 1 October), which is International Older Persons Day, Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI) published a report into the planned statutory scheme for home care. The average financial contribution…

HCCI publishes Pre-Budget 2020 Submission

Today (Monday 8 July 2019) HCCI published its Pre-Budget 2020 Submission.  You can read the full submission below.
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HCCI Chief Executive Calls for Overhaul in Homecare

Over the past several days, HCCI's Chief Executive has been active on media talking about the failures of the current home care system and possible solutions. On Tuesday 4 June, he appeared on Senator Marie Louise O'Donnell's podcast.  You…

Home and Community Care Ireland conducts first ever Annual Curám Baile Survey

Thursday 14 March 2019: Home and Community Care Ireland today released the results of its first ever Annual Curám Baile Survey.  Joseph Musgrave, Chief Executive of Home and Community Ireland (HCCI), announced the results to members of HCCI…

Joseph Musgrave's remarks at AHCAI Annual Conference

Good afternoon everyone. I am delighted to attend the Alliance of Health Care Assistant’s Conference, and to see so many people here this afternoon.  Thank you to Anne Marie for my invitation, and for her hard work in advocating for HCA’s…

Home and Community Care Ireland addresses Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health

On Wednesday 12 December, Joseph Musgrave, Chief Executive of HCCI, addressed members of both Houses of the Oireachtas at the Joint Committee on Health.  Representatives from Age Action, the Alzheimer's Society of Ireland, the Care Alliance…

HCCI disappointed by lack of detail for homecare in Budget 2019

Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI) is disappointed with the outcome of Budget 2019. Budget 2019 announced an increase in health funding of €1 billion, to €17 billion in 2019.  But there was no detail by the Minister for Finance, Public…

Response to Government plans to reform rules on non-EEA workers from Home and Community Care Ireland

Response to Government plans to reform rules on non-EEA workers from Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI) – 28 September 2018 Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI), the representative organisation for private home care providers in Ireland, welcomes…

Appointment Notice

Home and Community Care Ireland appoints its first Chief Executive Officer 19th September 2018:   Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI), the representative organisation for private home care providers in Ireland, is pleased to announce…