From Winchester to Eastleigh and everywhere in between; we’re proud to offer our expert home care to the residents of Central Hampshire
Care isn't always an easy topic. We will help you make an informed, compassionate choice for your loved one.
Jan originally trained as an Occupational Therapist; her role is to look after and develop a highly trained team of care professionals. Jan’s belief is that a team who are fulfilled in their roles and happy to be at work will deliver the best possible care to clients.
Steve had a career in insurance before setting up Home Instead Central Hampshire. He believes that if you have happy Care Professionals then you have happy clients so finding the right people who want to make a difference to the lives of older people is absolutely essential.
Melissa has 10 years of experience in the care sector. Starting her career at Home Instead 9 years ago and is now General Manager. Her interest is in working with people by upskilling and nurturing staff to ensure outstanding person-centred care is delivered to all clients
Director / General Manager
Alyson has over 15 years of experience in the care industry, her role is to look after all the dedicated care professionals and clients. Alyson believes that empathy and dedication result in a better care offering and is passionate about the welfare of our clients.
Client and Care Professional Registered Manager
Nicola has over 7 years of experience in the care industry, her role as Deputy Care Manager is to assist Alyson to look after all our clients, ensuring they receive person-centred care to the highest standard. She believes a positive workplace leads to positive outcomes
Deputy Client and Care Professional Manager
Miranda joined in 2016. Her role as care co-ordinator is to coordinate with both carers and clients to ensure all their needs are met. She is passionate about enabling people to remain in their own homes and enjoys both the challenges and rewards of her role.
Stephen has worked for Home Instead for over 10 years. He works within the care team developing and delivering training. Stephen has always had a passion for training as he believes skilled and trained Care professionals can provide the highest level of person-centred care.
Care Professional Training Manager
Angela has worked for Home Instead Central Hampshire for 8 years. Her role is to care for new and existing Care Professionals as well as develop and deliver training. Angela believes highly trained Care Professionals provide the best person-centred care for our clients.
Deputy Client and Care Professional Manager
Tony has worked for Home Instead for 3 years and has a background of 30 years in recruitment. His role is to recruit talented, caring and passionate new Care Professionals who are needed to deliver the high-quality service we offer our clients
Head of Recruitment and Community Networking Manager
Kate has eight years of experience in marketing, and her role is to support and promote Home Instead Central Hampshire via marketing and advertisement. She has a passion to create new and exciting content and believes good communication is vital for a successful, happy team.
Lynn joined Home Instead in 2023, having previously worked in Early Years finance for 30 years. She believes attention to detail is pivotal for her role and enjoys helping within the busy office environment.
Isabelle joined the team in 2022, initially as a Care Professional, she has now progressed to Field Supervisor and believes that her new role allows her to provide a supportive environment for carers and thus clients.
I honestly can’t rate everyone at Home Instead highly enough. From the wonderful carers to the lovely people in head office, everyone is so kind, compassionate, flexible and understanding with both my wonderful mum who they take such good care of and myself as well. Mum’s needs have changed dramatically in the short space of time, we have been with Home Instead and everyone has worked incredibly hard to adapt quickly to accommodate them.
Isobel F (Daughter of Client)
Since having the support of my carers I have been able to enjoy again the full advantage of living at home. They support me with whatever I need or chat over medical advice. Getting older, I never expected to enjoy carers visiting me, but I do! they have becomes such a good support and lovely friends.
Avril W (Client)
My mum is much more positive about life now the team are involved, she loves their visits, and the care and compassion the team show gives my sister and I great peace of mind, knowing that Mum is safe and happy.
Jane B (Daughter of Client)
All of the staff are kind, professional, knowledgeable and dedicated. The ladies that visit have been amazing; they treat my parents with dignity and yet they are friendly and fun, too. The carers arrive when they said they would and get on with whatever needs doing.
They are hard-working and proactive. I have been able to relax after years of worry, thanks to these ladies.
Alison M (Daughter of Client)
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