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  • Superheroes Needed!

    Are you friendly, cheerful and dependable? We are currently looking for CAREGivers to assist our clients so they can remain in their own homes and make their lives as comfortable as possible, from just a couple of hours a day to full time care. Duties include companionship, home help and personal care.
    We are particularly looking for evenings, and mornings from 8am and weekends. No experience necessary, full training given. Access to reliable transport is required, and candidates must be over 18 and eligible to work in the UK.
    If interested please speak to Lauren on 01933 678775

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  • Help Make a Difference?

    Do you love to help make a difference to people's lives?
    Why not get in touch with us Home Instead East Northants! We are always looking for kind, caring people to work with our clients who may need some companionship, home help or personal care.
    We provide in house training! Holding a driving license is preferable.
    If interested get in touch and speak to Lauren on 01933 678775

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  • Do you have the qualities needed to join this specialised team?!

    We are looking for specialised CAREGivers to work with young adults who have particular, specific needs. The clients have 24-hour care, live in their own home, and require daily activity. They will require personal care and you will also have light domestic duties. This is an opportunity to become part of a small team to provide this care. If you’d like to hear more about this opportunity, please call 01933 678775 and ask for Sheri.

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  • CAREGivers Wanted

    We currently have vacancies for CAREGivers in our region. Click here to apply for a position with your local office.

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  • UKHCA Registered

Dear Elaine and Mark As you know we lost Mum on Saturday evening after a severe stroke. I hardly know where to begin to thank you for what Home Instead did for Mum and for me. Everyone who knew her commented that the last year had been a 'golden year' for her. She had recovered from a fall (the reason I asked you to start to visit her) and was as happy and well as she had been in recent years, relieved of any fear of what might happened to her in the future, and look forward to the visits from her companion, and friend, Cathy. When Mum had her stroke, Cathy found her and managed her admission to hospital, staying with her for 7 hours until I could be contacted and travel. How alarming would this have been for Mum alone. She continued to visit Mum in hospital, who was pleased to see her and hear her voice. She provided support to me at this time, both practical and emotional, without which it would all have been much harder. You and Cathy made such a huge difference to events for both of us. I would certainly like to see your company prosper.

Abigail, East Northants