The process of looking for care can also feel overwhelming - especially if it’s the first time you have had to think about it. Home Instead Senior Care is here to help you make an informed choice that is right for all those involved.
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Live well at home, your way with Home Instead
We understand that home is where you feel the happiest. If you want to stay living comfortably at home, you can live well, your way with Home Instead.
Home Instead has been at the forefront of specialised home care for the elderly and supporting those being cared for and their families for many years. Founded on personal experience, these family values remain at the core of everything we do 24 years on.
Our award-winning care at home fits around your life - it’s tailored, it’s flexible and it’s adaptable. Whether you’re looking for help getting dressed and showered, help around the house or companionship, Home Instead’s trained CAREGivers are perfectly matched to you.
We believe age should be celebrated and that everybody should be able to live happily, comfortably and independently at home.
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“ There is a real feeling of assurance that the person you love and care for is being taken care of in your absence. That’s what Home Instead does. My aunt hates to see her CAREGivers go. There are times she probably would like to see them more than me. ’’
Check out the latest news and events from across the Home Instead network
We are absolutely thrilled that our National Office Covid Taskforce, set up at the start of the pandemic, has been shortlisted for a Care Heroes Awards 2020 in the Home Care (Innovation) category.
2020 will be the third year of UK Malnutrition Awareness Week (#UKMAW2020), and we’ll be supporting the initiative across our HISC network by sharing the campaign’s great advice.
Home Instead has today (1st October 2020), launched its latest social care innovation – the sector’s first Digital Health Library and tablet scheme.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) publish population estimates once a year for the group they call ‘the very old’. The 2019 data has just been published and there is plenty to celebrate!