Joint the debate on abolishing short calls

Trevor Brocklebank, fighting the case to stop short calls
Trevor Brocklebank, fighting the case to stop short calls

Our very own Trevor Brocklebank has gone head to head with Felicity Hindson, Executive Member for Adult Social Care, Hampshire County Council by arguing the case for longer calls in a debate being hosted by homecare.co.uk.

As Trevor says, "One of the central tenets of the care provided by Home Instead Senior Care is that it places the needs and desires of the individual at the heart of their care. We do many things to ensure that this is the case, but the starting point is always that we need to spend ‘quality time’ with our clients and for this reason our minimum call is one hour.''

To read both sides of the argument and cast a vote please visit http://www.homecare.co.uk/news/article.cfm/id/12/should-there-be-a-minimum-time-of-30-minutes-for-home-care-visits

 

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