Loneliness and social isolation can have serious effects on a person’s health and well-being. Many people we support simply want company and conversation, whether they live alone or need care and support during the day whilst their family carers are away from the home.
Whatever support you need, our experienced Care Professionals will share in your interests and accompany you in whatever you like to do whether that’s crafting, going for a walk, playing games or enjoying music. Home Instead Day Care is flexible to fit in with you. You might only want a few hours or a full day of support and whatever you need, we will match you with a Care Professional who will become a trusted companion who enables you to continue living a fulfilled and active life. Home Instead Day Care is also ideal for people living with dementia, Parkinson’s or for those recovering from a stroke or enduring a mental health need such as depression.
Day Care at home means that a Care Professional will work with you to develop a plan for activities that are personalised to you and enable you to live your life your way. Day Care at Home Instead is tailored to your needs, whether that is through physical activities such as walking or reminiscence activities to stimulate your memories. It can also include rehabilitative sessions as recommended by other professionals such as physiotherapists and occupational therapists to assist your recovery. Our experienced Care Professionals are highly trained and will provide a Day Care service that includes companionship, home help, personal care and specialist care.
We've helped thousands of families to stay safe, comfortable and happy at home. Whatever situation you're facing, or whatever the question is, Home Instead is here to help.Other non-care related enquiries
I am very happy with the support, care and kindness I receive from all the staff of Home Instead.
Home Instead have been looking after my father for a few years now, without them we would not be able to manage having him living in his own home. They are always bright and cheerful and Dad enjoys seeing them.
Bridget, Clients Family
Knowing that mum has caring and genuine people to help take care of her gives me peace of mind and mum looks forward to seeing the Care Professionals. Thank you for making such a big difference to both of our lives.
Rebecca, Client's Family
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Yes, your Care Professional is able to accompany you to places of interest, such as out for lunch or to the garden centre.
Our Care Professionals receive training in all aspects of providing care and support to people in their own home, including specialist City and Guilds assured Dementia training and Parkinson’s training.