Emma Moynihan


Emma’s passion for the provision of meaningful residential care began early in her career when she worked within residential Intellectual Disability services. It was here that she learned how integral person-centred care is to the quality of life and wellbeing of residents. After returning to University to study Mental health Nursing, Emma developed a keen interest in dementia care which resulted in her pursuing a career in older persons residential care. Emma has worked in several nursing homes throughout the country where she has held senior management roles.

Emma leads by example and strives to ensure that a high quality of care is delivered to all of our residents. Emma strongly believes that if residents feel safe, happy and occupied in their environment, they will then feel content and at home.