CareMalta is Malta’s undisputed leading provider of care for the elderly. Established in 1992, CareMalta opened its first residential home, Casa Arkati, and has over the years brought comfort, peace of mind, and effective solutions to the needs of hundreds of Maltese families interested in residential care for their elderly relatives.

Today, CareMalta forms an intrinsic part of Maltese society offering full-time care to elderly people who may have not been able to receive it otherwise. At present, the company operates nine facilities across the island and employs over 900 team members.

CareMalta’s properties include:

  • Casa Arkati – Mosta
  • Villa Messina-Rabat
  • Casa Marija – Sliema
  • Roseville – Attard
  • Casa San Paolo – Bugibba

CareMalta has been entrusted also with the operation of the following Government Homes:

  • Cospicua Home
  • Dar Madonna tal-Mellieha
  • Zejtun Home
  • Zammit Clapp Hospital Residential Home-St Julians

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Hand in Hand Ltd

The 2017 World Autism Day was marked with a significant partnership between the CareMalta Group and Hand in Hand Malta. The event saw Hand in Hand Ltd, a company specializing in services for persons with developmental disorders, being set up.

This critical partnership brought together two entities who have established themselves in their respective fields. For the past two and a half decades, CareMalta has been the leading private operator in elderly services. It has also ventured in the area of disability through its latest company, HILA – Home to independence and limitless abilities.

In like manner, Jacqueline Abela DeGiovanni set up Hand in Hand Malta in 2008 after 16 years of experience in the clinical interventions fields especially related to disability services. Before relocating to Holland, Jacqueline worked in different organizations in Malta. For instance, she worked at the Amsterdam International Community School as a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO).

After relocating to Ireland, Jacqueline worked at a Child Development Centre before proceeding to work in a Rehabilitation Centre for people with ‘acquired brain injury.’ She is also an Accredited Play Therapist and obtained her MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis from Queen’s University in Belfast.

The recently-formed partnership will allow Hand in Hand Ltd to expand its services that had been previously offered by Hand in Hand Malta. Of course, that will enable it to provide a wide range of services according to the needs of the child, which ranges from psychological assessments, evidence-based intervention (ABA)Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy services.

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Address: Casa Apap Bologna 86, Constitution Street,
Il-Mosta MST9055 Malta




Marking this year’s 70th anniversary, HILA (Home to Independence and Limitless Abilities), a new subdivision of CareMalta, will open its doors and welcome residents into its first home, at Casa Apap Bologna in Mosta.

This achievement represents the embodiment of our Chairman, Mr Nazzareno Vassallo’s wish to address the several requests he had received from relatives of persons with disability along the years. This decision coincided with the Government’s vision to make a concrete difference in these persons’ lives.

Casa Apap Bologna is a stately townhouse, located in the heart of Mosta. The house enjoys state-of-the-art design, and has been completely renovated to meet the needs of persons who will be residing there. All works have been carried out in line with HILA’s vision to offer a homely stay and sense of well being to all residents, whether on a short-term, or long-term basis.

Over the past two years, HILA has engaged in extensive research in order to lay the foundations and explore the various service offerings possibilities. Amongst other things, HILA has set up a Consultative Committee that is made up of persons with disabilities, as well as their relatives, in order to assist the organisation move forward in the right direction.

HILA believes in offering a wide range of services to persons with disability that include respite and residential services, as well as employment opportunities amongst others. Through its offerings, the organisation strives towards achieving its mission of ‘empowering persons through choice and developing individual abilities towards an inclusive and fulfilling life’.

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