HomeLink is a charity, based in Bray Co. Wicklow,
which provides support service to enable older people to remain living in their
own homes for longer and encourages them to get involved with other members and
However HomeLink is possibly best
known for coordinating pendant alarms
(and their grant applications) and the installation of security features such
as grab rails so that its members
feel more secure and safe in their own homes.
HomeLink was established in May 2008 following a survey, where Bray Area Partnership identified loneliness and isolation as the two greatest concerns for people who live alone. HomeLink operates a confidential telephone support service, arranges basic repairs and maintenance, and responds to the needs of older people, who no longer have relatives living close to them. Hence HomeLink enables the most vulnerable in our communities to continue to live at home, shows that the community cares and gives members a greater sense of personal security.
Easi Access Transport established Easi-Cab Travel Club as a Not for Profit Irish Charity in 2002.
Easi-Cab offers an accessible transport service to people with disabilities,
mobility impairments and community groups. This service is known as an
accessible, affordable and reliable transport service for people, who are unable
to access public transport. It operates from
North County Wicklow and throughout Wicklow and South County Dublin.