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CAREGivers of Character!

CAREGivers of Character

Become a CAREGiver of Character

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Your story starts here…

The older people we care for have fantastic stories to share and you could be in their next chapter.

As their CAREGiver you will help them to live life well and stay in the surroundings and communities they love. You’ll help with anything from shopping and attending medical appointments to simply chatting over a cup of tea.

Your career story starts here.

  • Excellent Training
  • Make a real difference to older people's lives
  • Great rates of pay
  • Flexible hours

Working for Home Instead Senior Care

At Home Instead, we provide tailored support for older people in their own homes. Home Instead CAREGivers have time to care, our visits are a minimum of an hour.

All of our roles offer great rates of pay, flexible hours and industry leading training. On top of this, you’ll also make new friends and be part of a company where you can really make a difference to people’s lives.

We want to attract the best and keep the best. Older people deserve nothing less.

No wonder Home Instead is the UK’s leading provider of quality home care. And we are still growing to meet the demand for the fantastic services we offer.

  • UKHCA Registered

Happy birthday to Home Instead Senior Care. Thanks to modern technology our youngest daughter and her husband introduced us to Home Instead when I needed a bit of help to look after my husband, in order to enable me to recover from a period of illness. We were pleased to meet Catherine, Care Manager, whom we found friendly and efficient. If I phoned her, she always makes contact as soon as possible, which is invaluable when some companies do not always see the importance of this. The two carers whom we have dealt with are calm, caring, interested in their work and that means my husband is in good hands. We enjoy our time away from each other, and I know that he is safe, and is spending a few hours with a person other than me. The continuity of the same carer is very important, because a relationship is built up over time. I have spoken to James twice, but have yet to meet him. I think that he has the right attitude to clients like us, who are in need of a support network. Best wishes.

Mr and Mrs A