What we do

Elderly Home Care Services in Maidstone

Letting someone provide care for you in your own home is a very personal experience, therefore ensuring you or your loved ones receive the best standards of care is highly important. This is why we take pride in making sure the standards of care we deliver are outstanding at Home Instead Maidstone.

We pay attention to your specific needs when providing professional home care services to you or your loved ones in Kent. We consider what your individual requirements are, whether that may be companionship care each week or a requirement for intensive dementia care.

Maidstone’s Dedicated Home Care Services

Mark Craig and Andy Craig, founded Home Instead Senior Care Maidstone and work with a team of dedicated CAREGivers. Home Instead Maidstone provide a range of professional and caring home care services in Kent. These services include specialist dementia care in Aylesford to domiciliary care in West Malling, or palliative care in Leybourne. Respite care and companion care services are also available. You can be assured that all our services in Maidstone help you or your loved ones stay at home; in the place they feel most comfortable.

All our care at home plans are devised on an individual basis. No matter where you are in the Kent area we will personally visit your home to assess your requirements and discuss what you need; whether that be palliative care or simply companion care every other week, we will ensure your home care is tailored to you.

Home Instead Maidstone was born out of our founders’ own experience of needing care for a loved one; therefore we understand the real importance of care to enhancing quality of life.

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Home Instead provide professional companion care, helping older people across the UK to continue to live a fulfilling life, in their own home.

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Home help and housekeeping

Living well often starts with looking after the home and studies show that having a clean and tidy house can have positive effects on health and wellbeing.

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Personal care

To us, it’s personal. Whether it is helping you with personal hygiene, or keeping well and keeping active, all are important to your wellbeing, and we have every element of living a fulfilled life covered.

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Dementia care including Alzheimer's disease

Dementia affects more than 850,000 people in the UK and the figure is growing at an unprecedented rate. By 2051, over 2 million people will have been diagnosed with a type of dementia.