SOCIAL CARE NEWS PROGRAMME
We are Bryn and Jill Evans and we would like to welcome you to Home Instead Senior Care Sheffield
An award winning franchise which is part of an organisation aspiring to change the way that care is delivered throughout the UK. We believe a family business with a friendly face and great local knowledge is the best way to organise and deliver high quality care at home, to help create sustainable communities inclusive of all ages or disabilities.
The Home Instead Senior Care Sheffield team are passionate about delivering the highest quality of care for people to remain independent and comfortable in their own homes, for as long as possible. After all, there is no place like home.
Whether it is companionship and company that is needed. Help with housework and meals, or more personal care, the Sheffield Team provides assurance to the clients and their loved ones that they are being cared for with dignity and respect. Our CAREGivers are able to provide high quality care to anyone over the age of 18 who needs our support. Whether they have a learning disability, a form of dementia, or are just in need of companionship, we can provide care that is tailored to what you or your loved one needs.
All of our CAREGivers have gone through a rigorous recruitment process; they are all extremely dependable and fully trained. Our clients love the time they spend with their CAREGivers; before CAREGivers even meet them, they are matched to specific clients based on similar personalities and interests, so that a truly organic friendship can develop between them.
We have personal experience of the great difficulties faced by older people and their loved ones. That includes the practical and emotional impacts of long term disability. Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia; these are things that have affected both mine and Jill’s families.
Jill has experienced first-hand, the problems faced when adults become unable to manage on their own.
“My Grandfather had dementia and was unable to manage by himself, at the time there were no services available to enable him to stay at home. He was admitted to a residential home where he passed away soon after. I am convinced, had there been a service to help him in his own home with domestic support such as shopping, cooking and his personal care, while keeping his independence, he would have lived a much happier and comfortable life at home”
We are delighted to be able to provide a non medical care service of exceptional quality for the older people of the community where we live. The work our team carries out has a positive impact, not only on the people we care for, but also their families and loved ones. This is so very important to us. The best way to sum up our aim is to say that we will only deliver home care services that we would be happy for a member of our family to receive- and that’s our promise!