Quality Care in Maidenhead, Henley & Wallingford

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Welcome to Home Instead Maidenhead, Henley & Wallingford. We are a friendly and committed team providing high quality care to the local community. We provide a broad range of care services, from companionship and home help through to respite and personal care - all in the comfort and security of your or your loved one’s own home.

We choose the best CAREGivers for you, matching their interests to yours, so you’ll have plenty in common as well as receiving wonderful care. Our CAREGivers are DBS checked and fully trained by us ensuring they are of the high standard we expect from our team. You will see the same CAREGiver every time, developing a friendly and trusting relationship and our CAREGivers are very reliable. Our culture at Home Instead is one of family – our CAREGivers treat you/your loved one as they would their own family member. We deliver this high quality care with dignity and compassion.

Paul & Melissa Johnson have lived in Maidenhead for over 10 years and with two young children, are thoroughly part of the local community. We know how important it is choosing the right care for a family member and we believe we deliver all the elements that achieve the peace of mind that comes with the best care possible.

So if you are looking for care at any level, do give us a call or pop into our Maidenhead offices for a chat. We are looking forward to seeing you.

Melissa & Paul Johnson
Home Instead Senior Care
Maidenhead, Henley & Wallingford
We care, because, 'to us it's personal'

I would like to provide a glowing testimonial to the team of CareGivers but in particular to celebrate the work of Lyndsay.

Her support to me is invaluable; little tasks she undertakes- like creating the weekly shopping list and emailing it across- have either saved me time or mum money. Larger jobs are undertaken willingly and are well executed.

Lyndsay has never experienced any problems over meals, cooks from scratch and with consideration of mum’s diet and choices. I think this is because she took time to find out and quickly realised what mum’s preferences were and how her own approach might impact. Mum is now eating well and regularly. By joining mum at the table Lyndsay has been able to make lunch a pleasure again, including treats from time to time!

-  Mrs R, Maidenhead, on behalf of her mum