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About Ann’s

Ann’s Home Care was established as a Domiciliary care agency in 1994 by its current owners Pat and Ann McQuade.

Since its inception, the company has enjoyed a longstanding reputation for the delivery of quality care in the community and for their teams of dedicated, trained staff who put clients’ needs at the heart of everything they do.

In 2017, building on their wealth of experience and knowledge, the company expanded, and Ann’s Nursing Care was established, supplying Temporary and Permanent solutions to the Healthcare sector.

Ann’s nursing care has a current bank of 400+ experienced Registered Nurses and Healthcare Assistants providing care across all trust regions in Northern Ireland and the Dublin North East region in the Republic of Ireland.

In the summer of 2018 Ann’s Home Care successfully bid for a HSE Home Care Tender and Ann’s Home Care Ireland was established.

Ann’s Home Care Ireland has a rapidly expanding presence in North Dublin, building on the company’s longstanding success whilst ensuring that the company’s ideals of quality and family values are upheld.

In 2020 Ann’s Care Homes Ltd was established. It has recently acquired the 61-bed Lisnisky Care Home, Portadown and are opening a new purpose built 14 bed facility at The Grouse Care Home, Loughgall. Ann’s Care Homes are committed to improving resident’s quality of life, working closely with their families to give them confidence that we are providing the best possible care with special resident experiences every day.

Why Join us:

At Ann’s we believe that training is the cornerstone of excellence. All staff receive a comprehensive induction programme which exceeds mandatory training requirements and the existence of our in-house training team allows us to adapt to varying facility training requirements with ease.

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Care Assistant in Derry/LondonDerry, County Londonderry
on 14 November 2022
Care Home

I worked in the care homes in Derry/Londonderry. My home manager was more than supportive. I've gained so much experience working for Ann's. Working in a care home is difficult but so rewarding! i love spending time with my residents and knowing that i am helping to give them the care they deserve! I would recommend working for Ann's to anyone who is caring and want a job who wants to give back!

care assistant in Banbridge
on 10 November 2022
Care in the community

I worked for Ann's Home Care for about 3 years before deciding to go back and do my nursing. I loved my job and my clients, with the support from my manager i knew nursing was the next step for me. i can't wait to re-join Ann's in the future when the time is right.

Care Assistant in Belfast, County Antrim
on 1 November 2022
Wouldn't work there

Wouldn't work for anns home care if it was the last job on earth. They keep staff in north belfast that has had complaint after complaint put in against them because of the way they treat clients and how bully other staff that is working with them and management just ignores the complaints like it never happened just because they work so many hours. It's a complete joke

Care Assistant in Belfast
on 18 October 2022
Rewarding fast paced

Working as a Care Assistant is a very rewarding job. it can be stressful as you have a job to do in a time frame which is set up by the trust. My manager was very supportive, if a client needed more time she pushes for that time for not only the client but for the carers on the ground to ensure we do not feel any additional stress. It inevitable to receive calls from the office - its a remote job working on the ground my manager worked hard to give me my set days off so i could have down time. i enjoyed my time in the community and led me to progress in my career in health care.

Carer in Portadown, County Armagh
on 26 August 2022
Not listened too..

Being a carer can be a fulfilling job. The running from client to client with a very short time for calls, is very difficult and stressful. Continually being called when your working and on your days off to pick up extra calls is frustrating. Management and staff in office do not listen to the carers out on the runs. Clients are lovely and it's nice to be out in the community.

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