Under the Health Acts everyone is eligible for a place in a public nursing home and will have to pay certain hospital charges.
Only about 5% of all older people ever need residential or nursing home care.
Residential Care is usually needed after a spell in hospital, where you are ready to leave the general hospital, but not quite well enough yet to manage at home alone.
It can also be the best option when an older person becomes unable to live alone, through illness or disability.
The HSE provides a wide range of services designed to support people in their own homes at these times, but when people do need nursing home care, it can be hard to know what is available and what you are entitled to.
For more information on Nursing Homes, please visit www.myhomefromhome.ie
There are currently 12 registered Nursing Homes in Louth. Our aim is to guide you through a comprehensive list of Nursing Homes/Care facilities/Retirement Villages/Home Care from the comfort of your home.These facilities can be fully reviewed through this website by simply clicking on the relevant buttons.
Nursing Homes in Louth
|Name||Address||Telephone Number||Email Address||Person In Charge||Participation in Fair Deal|
|Blackrock Abbey||Cockle Hill Blackrock Co. Louthfirstname.lastname@example.org||Helen Murphy||Yes|
|Boyne View House||Dublin Road Drogheda Co. Louthemail@example.com||Seamus McCaul||Yes|
|Carlingford Nusing Home||Old Dundalk Road Carlingford Co. Louthfirstname.lastname@example.org||Brenda O’Kane||Yes|
|Cottage Hospital Drogheda||Scarlet Street Drogheda Co. Louthemail@example.com||Geraldine Matthews||Yes|
|Dealgan House||Toberona Dundalk Co. Louthfirstname.lastname@example.org||Catriona Hand||Yes|
|Moorehall Lodge||Hale Street Ardee Co. Louthemail@example.com||Michael McCoy||Yes|
|St. Mary’s Residential Unit||Dublin Road Drogheda Co. Louthfirstname.lastname@example.org||Joanne Percival||No|
|St. Joseph’s||Ardee Co. Louthemail@example.com||Eileen Dullaghan||No|
|St. Oliver Plunkett||Dublin Road Dundalk Co. Louth||042-9334488||Kay.OKeefe@hse.ie||Kay O’Keefe||Yes|
|St. Peter’s Nursing||Sea Road Castlebellingham Co. Louthfirstname.lastname@example.org||Eimear Hickey||Yes|
|St. Ursula’s||Golf Links Road Bettystown Co. Meathemail@example.com||Jennifer Keenan||Yes|
|Sunhill||Blackhall Road Termonfeckin Co. Louthfirstname.lastname@example.org||Elaine Molony||Yes|
For further information go to www.myhomefromhome.ie
Places to flourish is a development toolkit prepared by the HSE in collaboration with the Netwell Centre (DkIT) and the School of Nursing (University of Ulster). Places to flourish builds on the Older Persons Services National Practice Development Programme and the Teaglach Inititative. The question this resource sets out to address is “how can we positively change the culture of caring and living in residential care settings so that life for residents and staff can continue to grow and flourish.
To access the toolkit please click on the link below
Teaghlach: Moorehall Lodge, Ardee
Moorehall Lodge Ardee has become the first nursing home in Ireland to bring pre-school children and senior citizens together to learn and have fun as part of a European intergenerational project. To learn more about the project click here