A local company specialising in at-home care for the elderly, is set to create 40 jobs before the end of the year. Dawn Sime, the owner of Home Instead in Crewe is keen to recruit a huge number of new caregivers to help provide high-quality care for the local community.
Home Instead has now been providing at-home care for individuals in the local community for over 4 years.
The team has witnessed a huge increase in demand for this kind of care that allows for prolonged independence, stability and security.
Dawn comments: “With an ageing population, caring for the elderly is a very important issue and we have found many people are grateful to learn that there is now a realistic ‘stay at home’ option. As the word is spreading, we have gained many new clients in the area, and as a result we are actively looking to recruit around 40 new caregivers before Christmas!”
She continues: “One group of caring people who may be about to have a bit of free time is parents whose children are heading back to school. Although existing caregivers come from a hugely varied background, the one thing they have in common is that they all have a real passion for helping others and caring for people in our local community. If you are a caring and compassionate person and would like to find out more, then we want to hear from you!”
Home Instead is an award winning national company which is changing the way care is delivered in the UK and is rapidly building a reputation as one of the UK’s leading care companies. Their service is tailored to the needs of individual clients and ranges from companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, post-discharge care, personal care, medication reminders, shopping and errands. The service is totally flexible to meet client needs and is available from as little as 1 hour to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For more information about Home Instead in Crewe please call 01270 611 555 or visit: www.homeinstead.co.uk/crewe
Photo caption: Home Instead’s latest recruits meet with care manager Kirsty Worrall and senior caregiver Sam Gough. From L-R: Harriet Fischer, Stephanie Smith, Sam Gough, Vicky Jones, Kirsty Worrall and Janet Thomas.