Health Act 1970
Home help service.
61.— (1) A health board may make arrangements to assist in the maintenance at home of—
( a) a sick or infirm person or a dependant of such a person,
( b) a woman availing herself of a service under section 62, or receiving similar care, or a dependant of such a woman,
( c) a person who, but for the provision of a service for him under this section, would require to be maintained otherwise than at home,
either (as the chief executive officer of the board may determine in each case) without charge or at such charge as he considers appropriate.
(2) In making a determination under subsection (1), the chief executive officer of a health board shall comply with any directions given by the Minister.
Modifications (not altering text):
Reference to “health board” construed as reference to Health Service Executive (1.01.2005) by Health Act 2004 (42/2004), ss. 56(a), 66, S.I. No. 887 of 2004.
Definitions (Part 10).
56.—In this Part “specified body” means—
(a) the health boards,
References to specified bodies.
66.—Subject to this Act, references (however expressed) to a specified body in any Act passed before the establishment day, or in any instrument made before that day under an Act, are to be read as references to the Executive, unless the context otherwise requires.