Trinity Care Homes

Nursing Homes in Ireland

at the heart of homes

Find Your Nursing Home in Ireland

Dublin

Annabeg

Annabeg, Meadow Ct, Ballybrack, Co. Dublin

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Dublin

AnovoCare

Cloghran, Swords, Co. Dublin, K67 T8PO

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Wicklow

Cairnhill

Herbert Rd, Killarney, Bray, Co. Wicklow

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Cavan

Castlemanor

Drumalee, Co. Cavan, H12 VH73

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Kilkenny

Drakelands

House Nursing Home, Drakeland Middle, Drakelands, Co. Kilkenny, R95 YR02

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Dublin

Elm Green

New, Dunsink Ln, Castleknock, Dublin, D15 E403

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Dublin

Foxrock

Cairn Hill, Westminster Rd, Cornelscourt, Foxrock, Co. Dublin

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Meath

Gormanston Wood

Gormanston Wood, Gormanston, Co. Meath, K32 NA71

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Dublin

Rathborne

Ashtown, Dublin 15, D15 CAA4

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Dublin

St. Doolagh's Park

Malahide Rd, Balgriffin, Dublin, D17 YE97

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Louth

St. Peter's

Sea Rd, Castlebellingham, Co. Louth, A91 TV02

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Kildare

Suncroft Lodge

Suncroft, The Curragh, Co. Kildare.

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About Our Nursing Homes in Ireland

Ireland has a rapidly ageing population as a result of people living healthier and thus longer lives. In fact in 20 years’ time, one in every 5 people walking down Grafton street will be over 65, which is a rise from 12% to 22% of Ireland’s population being over 65.

These changes have a significant impact on Nursing Homes in Ireland as nursing homes play an important role in ensuring that elderly people are being provided with the appropriate care. This also positively impacts Nursing homes in Ireland’s employment opportunities, particularly for nurses who moving overseas for work.

Currently there are over 400 private and voluntary nursing homes in Ireland, who cater to over 20,000 people. Nursing homes in Ireland are registered and inspected by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) to ensure that all nursing homes in Ireland are providing the highest quality of care and services.

This high quality of care does not just refer to ensuring guests have good living conditions but also to ensuring that a people centred approach which means focusing on each person’s personality and interests rather than their illness or the abilities they may have lost.

In Trinity Care, our staff includes Activity Co-ordinators who organize activities for residents based on residents interests some of which include;

  • Gardening
  • Baking
  • A variety of games
  • Trips to local attractions
  • Visits from musicians and other entertainers

This allows residents to keep their old interests or even gain new ones. One of our resident’s testimonials states “My lifelong hobby was gardening so I enjoy the lovely garden of Foxrock every day. It is so peaceful watching the birds and reading my newspaper. I have a lovely private room surrounded by flowers and trees and I am truly content.”

As nursing homes in Ireland steadily increase in demand, it becomes more and more important that the standard of care continuously improves to not just facilitate resident’s basic physical needs but also their emotional, spiritual and social needs. Learn more about the activities Trinity Care organizes