Snap founders expand care service

Home Instead, an elderly care service launched by Snap Printing founders Ed Murphy and Michael Kearney, is to open four new Irish centres over the next six months.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
2nd June, 2007

Home Instead, an elderly care service launched by Snap Printing founders Ed Murphy and Michael Kearney, is to open four new Irish centres over the next six months.

The company plans to have 20 branches by the end of 2008.

Home Instead senior care is part of an international franchise organisation that provides a range of services to the elderly, allowing them to remain independent and live at home for longer than would otherwise be possible.

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