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Mother's Day with our clients

Flower balloons from our Care Professional!

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Mother's Day from Betsy and Bobbie

Look what our Ambassa-Bears got our Care Professionals!

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St Patrick's Day

St.Patricks Day brought all shades of green to our office!

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#NationalHuggingDay

Today is #NationalHuggingDay!

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National Home Care Day

Today we celebrate National Home Care Day! A brilliant celebration organised by UKHA.

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National Elf Day!

The 4th December is National Elf Day in support of Alzheimer's Society UK.

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My Care Career Story

We are delighted to welcome a new CAREGiver Jane who has shared her Care Career Story.

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Happy 6th Anniversary Wendy B!

This week we are celebrating 6 years of having Wendy on board!

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Client Testimonial

One of our really special clients has had such a difficult journey over the past year. Her son reached out to tell us more about Home Instead’s care services during this time...

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Our youngest members celebrating Diwali

Happy Diwali!

Here at Home Instead we want to wish everyone a happy Diwali! We asked one of our wonderful CAREGivers to share what Diwali meant to her

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CAREGiver Introduction

We are delighted to welcome Nikki to our team as a new CAREGiver.

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Anna's wonderful creations

Knitting for Dementia

One of our really special and valued clients has been knitting all sorts of gorgeous toys to raise money for DementiaUK . Anna Dawkes, 82, started knitting when her grandchildren were born some 20 years ago. She started off with blankets and worked her away up to complex patterns to make the adorable animals she is selling today. Anna has always had a creative flair and has used it to raise money for charities over the past 20 years. In the past Anna knitted animals and fingerless gloves for Friends of Bedford Hospital and would even do specialised pieces upon request! A few years later, Anna’s husband was sadly diagnosed with Dementia but this inspired her to get knitting for the Tibbs Dementia Foundation in Bedford to raise money for this amazing cause. Tibbs would use them as raffle prizes, as well as selling them. At Anna’s church group she has also been knitting ‘All-in-ones’ for Knit For Peace that donate knitted pieces abroad to war-stricken places like Syria to help clothe

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