Global Homestay Club for over 50's
Would you like to meet new people and make money from your spare room?
Sign up for €25 one-time fee and join people across 26 countries who open their doors to fellow Freebird members!
Review guest booking requests and invite those who you think you will connect with!
MAKE EXTRA MONEY
Enjoy social & cultural interaction with like-minded peers and earn some extra money!
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What our members say...
The guests made really good use of their time in San Francisco, so we didn’t spend much time “at home”. However, they are both interesting and interested: so I really enjoyed our few chats. I’d be delighted to host them again.
HOST, in USA
We feel so lucky to have been part of Dermot's adventure. He is a lovely guy and we felt we had known him all our lives by the time he left. We will be following his adventure and plan to visit him in Dublin on his return in 2018.
HOST, in France
Gaetano was a very nice guest. We enjoyed his company very much. We had a good time together, showing him our local region. Hopefully we can welcome him back here again.
HOST, in Switzerland
Our hosts organized and came with us on a tour with a horse carriage and showed us around, also a private tour in historic church. They were a rich source of knowledge about history and the area. We enjoyed everything!
GUEST, from Germany
It was a real pleasure to stay with Owen. It's a lovely area, and Owen was a great guide in terms of seeing both local sights and surrounding countryside. We would love to visit again.
GUEST, from USA
I spent the most relaxing two days in the beautiful suburbs of Los Angeles. And not only did I enjoy wonderful food but also got to socialise with their friends, sing and play music together.
GUEST, from Ireland
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If you are over 50 and have a spare room in at home, register and start hosting Freebird Club guests from 62 countries across the world while also earning some extra income.
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What is being done to ensure safety in anesthesia?
The Canadian Anesthetist’s Society and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada work with hospitals and university departments of anesthesia, professional organizations, government agencies, and industry to develop standards of training, equipment, drugs, and procedures to ensure that Canadians receive the highest quality anesthesia care. The primary goal is always patient safety and, thanks to the efforts of all in the field, modern anesthesia has become very safe.