Elderly-care business is planning 15 new centres

Home Instead, an elderly-care service launched by Snap Printing founders Ed Murphy and Michael Kearney, will open 15 new Irish centres in the next two years, according to Kearney.

16th September, 2006

Home Instead, an elderly-care service launched by Snap Printing founders Ed Murphy and Michael Kearney, will open 15 new Irish centres in the next two years, according to Kearney. The pair took on the Irish franchise for Home Instead in 2005.

There are now five Home Instead offices nationwide, four of which are franchised, providing in-home services to the elderly which enable them to live independently for as long as possible.

‘‘Our aim is to have 20...

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