Making Care a Priority

Trevor with Prince Charles at a dementia awareness event
Trevor with Prince Charles at a dementia awareness event

Home Instead Senior Care, a local provider of care to older people in their own homes across Ipswich, Felixstowe and Woodbridge, is a company committed to ‘changing the face of aging.’

The owner of Home Instead’s local office, Chris Lye, explains: “the Home Instead network of offices have expanded greatly over the last seven years, now exceeding 100 offices across the UK. This growth, married with the very special way Home Instead provides care, has given the organisation a voice to influence the social care agenda and secure improved care for the elderly at a national level.”

Chris continues: “Trevor Brocklebank, Home Instead’s national chief executive, has stepped up his campaigning on elderly care issues. For instance, giving a keynote speech at a Liberal Democrat Conference on the delivery of personalised care; he was also recently called upon by the House of Lords Select Committee assisting them on the impact of demographic change on public services. He is a regular visitor to the House of Lords and House of Commons where he is actively involved in lobbying for issues surrounding care of the elderly.”

Trevor has also recently been appointed a non-executive director of the UK Homecare Association, the UK’s largest homecare body and has also been voted into the Social Care Top 10, which recognises real leadership and excellence in the sector.

Ipswich Outstanding Team
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home