Over 30 clients and Caregivers from Home Instead Senior Care in Ipswich attended a special coffee morning, supported by local health and social care organisations, to celebrate Dignity Action Day on 25th February, and pledge their continuing support for the national ‘Dignity in Care’ campaign which is headed by Dignity Ambassador Sir Michael Parkinson.
Home Instead Care Manager Teri Wines, marked the day by becoming a ‘Dignity Champion’ for the second year running, joining the growing army of ‘Dignity Champions’ across the country who believe that being treated with dignity is a basic human right, not an optional extra.
The coffee morning was held at Home Instead’s offices at Ransomes Europark where business owner and organiser Chris Lye commented:
“This is the second year that we have supported Dignity Action Day because we believe that care services must be person centered; people must be treated as individuals and provided with the high quality care they deserve. It was lovely to see so many people enjoying a get together and I was delighted to invite our clients along to our home for a change, as we usually visit them in theirs.”
Home Instead now employ over 45 Caregivers providing care for adults in their own homes across the area. The company is rapidly building a reputation as one of the UK’s leading at home care providers. Their service is tailored to the needs of individual clients and ranges from companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, post-discharge care, medication reminders, shopping and errands to personal care. The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To contact Home Instead team in Ipswich call 01473 272301 or for more information visit www.homeinstead.co.uk.