Barnet Mayor Meets Home Instead Senior Care

The Mayor of Barnet, Lisa Rutter, visited Home Instead Senior Care’s stall at the Barnet Multi Cultural  Community  Day. 

Dale Bevington of Home Instead in Barnet was able to explain to the Mayor our role in supporting older people in the borough.Barnet Multi Cultural Day is an annual event celebrating the borough’s cultural diversity. 

People from across the borough attended to share food, skills, and view dancers and entertainers from many of the borough’s communities.A range of organisations from around the borough presented their services. 

Dale Bevington said of the event:  “We have attended this event since we first opened our office in Barnet.  We help older people  from  diverse cultural backgrounds providing care and support with caregivers matched to the needs of our clients. 

This event allows us to reach out to our community and is immensely enjoyable.”Home Instead in Barnet provides a range of services for older people including Companionship, Home Help, Personal Care, and Dementia Care all tailored to the needs and preferences of the people we serve.

Pictured is the Mayor of Barnet Lisa Rutter and Dale Bevington of Home Instead Senior Care.

Home Instead Senior Care is rapidly building a reputation as one of the UK's leading domiciliary care companies specialising in elderly care. Their unique home care service is tailored to the needs of individual clients with companionship, home help, personal care, meal preparation, housekeeping, respite care and specialist dementia and alzheimers care. The service provides carers who encourage and support people to lead an independent life in their own home.

A group of Home Instead CAREGivers talking
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home