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Do you want to make a difference in the lives of older people? Do you have a special way of helping others? Are you keen on working for a market leading, award-winning company who is outstanding in its field?

Working in care for Home Instead is a unique opportunity with many rewards. We have many roles in our office all of which have a level of involvement in taking care of others and making a meaningful difference in the lives of our clients and their families.

Whether you are enquiring to be a CAREGiver or applying to work within the local office, we are looking for people who will share their exceptional talents and skills to help elderly people stay independent and live the lifestyle they desire with Home Instead Senior Care.

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The thought of keeping my family member at home in her familiar environment and with the sense of independence and security was a major factor when looking at options with my aunt when  she recently became bereaved and had a spell in hospital, and suffers from early dementia.

Beverley came for a visit with myself out of her area to discuss what Home Instead had to off. Basically they will do whatever we ask and they will try to accommodate that.

The fact that she will only have 2 carers who are appointed to her is a bonus as she won't have a stream of people coming through her door. The friendship factor and a carer with similar interests is a major plus point.

I cannot speak highly enough of Beverley and her staff. They have taken amazing care of my aunt accommodating her changing needs and have been on hand in an emergency when needed.

She is now looking forward to her regular visits each day where once she would be alone for 2-3 days at a time, and to going on little trips with her carer either shopping, appointments or even a trip to the local garden centre for a look around and a coffee.

This is the ideal solution if you don't want your loved ones to loose their sense of belonging and independence when going into residential care.

E.I., Client's Family