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About Home Instead Milton Keynes

Home Instead Milton Keynes is proud to offer the highest quality care and support to people living in and around Milton Keynes. Six years ago, our owner Sue Prosky realised the need for a full support and companionship service that helps older people to remain living independently, safely and happily in their own homes for as long as possible.

We feel very strongly that many older people can enjoy a much higher quality of life if they have the right help and support in place. With families often living a long distance away and working full time, this can be hard to provide. Home Instead Milton Keynes provides focused,personal, client-centred care that tailors support to the needs of the individual and helps maintain independence, allowing life to be lived to the full.

Our lovely team of CAREGivers are carefully chosen for their maturity, good nature and life skills and are all fully trained to ensure that they provide the best care and companionship available in the area. We match our CAREGivers to our clients very carefully, based on location and common interests, so that they can develop a bond and a good working, caring relationship.

The office is based in Old Stratford but all areas of Milton Keynes, Woburn and Woburn Sands, Newport Pagnell, Wolverton, Stony Stratford and Buckingham are covered, and our last report by the Care Quality Commission gave us an Excellent rating. 

Welcome to Home Instead Senior Care Milton Keynes. We are proud to be making a real difference in our local community.

Sarah Bove
Home Instead Senior Care
Milton Keynes
CAREGiver assisting client with phone
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Following their car accident, my elderly parents needed full time care at home.  We chose Home Instead for afternoon companionship from recommendation elsewhere.

I didn't expect this would lead to four and a half years of personal commitment to my parents by carers who became part of the family. Their solid little team provided conversation, cups of tea, games of dominoes and help to my father with reading, writing and arithmetic to help him recover something of himself following the stroke he suffered after the accident, and the vascular dementia that resulted.

The secret of Home Instead's success is communication; support from their manager to me as my parents' needs changed; support to my parents by the carers with dedication above and beyond the mere carrying out of duties.  One of the carers was with my father when he died.

As a family we mourn our parents' passing, but alongside that, we also miss the extended family that Home Instead became.


Mr M.C.