Specialist equipment and mattresses[considered necessary by P.I.C]
Physiotherapy 24 hour weekly.
Each resident is seen every 2 weeks in normal course while residents’ post-surgery are seen weekly with a plan in place.
Attendance of Chiropodist in Nursing Home every 2 weeks
S.A.L.T [Speech and Language Therapy]
Specialist Chairs as prescribed by Occupational Therapist
Additional Items and Applicable Charges
- Pharmacy items not covered by GMS
- Chiropody (at subsidised rate) Residents are informed of their entitlement under the GMS scheme
- Specialised equipment for individual residents own use
- Transport to and from appointments
Paragraph A: Care Services
Long-term Residential Care Services
Under this Paragraph A the Proprietor agrees that it will not charge fees for Long-term Residential Care Services above the Maximum Permitted Amount as agreed from time to time by the Proprietor with the NTPF under the Act of 2009, and the Signatory subject to the other terms and conditions of this Agreement agrees to be solely responsible and liable for the payment to the Proprietor of all fees (including the balance of all fees) due and owing to the Proprietor for the provision of Long-term Residential Care Services by the Proprietor to the Resident which are not otherwise discharged on an ongoing basis by the HSE within the framework of the Act of 2009.
The Maximum Permitted Amount applicable to the Nursing Home will change from time-to-time in accordance with the requirements of the Act of 2009 and will be confirmed, on request by the Signatory or otherwise is available for review on the HSE’s register of approved nursing homes at: