HCCI Policy Paper: Where you live matters when you want home care. Waiting lists for home support have been a long running problem but it is not the same across the country. The Waiting List Lottery: Home Support Across Ireland analyses data on waiting list size, how a CHO meets its targets and whether home care is delivered by the HSE or the private non-profit sector to compare different areas of the country on well they are performing when delivering home support.
Other Irish News
Dublin, 15th October 2022: Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI), the organisation that represents private home care providers has said that the Report of the Strategic Workforce Advisory Group on Home Carers, published by Minister Butler today, fails to address the current home care worker recruitment crisis. Joseph Musgrave, CEO, HCCI said, “While the report […]
HCCI: Budget 2023 fails to address the urgent need for home care worker recruitment and retention initiatives Dublin, 28 September 2022: Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI), the organisation representing private home care providers, is concerned that Budget 2023 fails to address the critical need for home care worker recruitment and retention initiatives. […]
Delays to reform of the home care sector are causing lengthy home support waiting lists and a severe recruitment crisis. Home and Community Care Ireland’s (HCCI) Pre-Budget Submission 2023 urges the Government to take action on the Statutory Home Support Scheme, the Cross-Departmental Strategic Workforce Advisory Group (CD-SWAG), change social welfare means testing, prepare for […]
16 June 2022, Dublin: Home and Community Care Ireland (HCCI), the organisation representing private home care providers, is concerned that reform of the home care sector is progressing far too slowly. HCCI stressed that sector reform needs to happen at a much faster pace within both the Government and the HSE to ensure people get […]