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Bespoke Home Care Services in Nottingham

There is a popular saying and belief that ‘home is where the heart’ is and at Home Instead Nottingham we truly believe that continuing to live at home in the place you know and love is the most comfortable solution as you age.

Ageing is a natural part of life that can make simple daily tasks become increasingly challenging. However, our professional CAREGivers from the East Midlands can support you to maintain independence at home with our bespoke, specialised range of home care services.

We are Home Instead Senior Care Nottingham; the area’s leading home care provider. Our high-quality elderly care at home services in the East Midlands were rated Good by the CQC and are designed to fit around the specific needs of you or a loved ones life.

Leading Home Care Provider in Nottingham

Home Instead Senior Care Nottingham was set up by Primo Sule as part of the national Home Instead family. Our highly trained team of compassionate CAREGivers provide professional home care in Nottingham.

Our services are designed to support your individual requirements so whether you require home help and housekeeping in Sherwood to companionship care in Arnold, or more intensive dementia care or palliative care in Beeston, we will work with you and your loved-ones to provide the support you need to continue living in your own home.

Whatever your home care needs are, Home Instead Senior Care Nottingham are here to help you so please get in touch below.

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Advice & Support

Advice and support on ageing from the Home Instead network.

Eldery man celebrating after playing football

How to age well

Growing old can bring challenges, both for the person who’s ageing and for their family. It can be frustrating for our loved ones because they can’t do everything they used to and feel like they’re losing their independence. At the same time, it might be worrying for their family as they might not be able to be there whenever their loved ones need them.

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CAREGivers

Our wonderful CAREGivers

Watch our wonderful CAREGivers - Suzie, Michelle, Sharon and Rebecca share their stories and talk about what they like about caregiving. ?? There’s no job more fulfilling than being a CAREGiver for the vulnerable and seniors. It’s like caring for your own parents. You also earn a new family along the way and build memories that will last you for a lifetime. ?? We’re always on the lookout for caring and professional people to join our team in Nottingham. Interested? Give us a call on 0115 6919528 or apply online today: https://www.homeinstead.co.uk/nottingham/vacancies

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Open day

Open Day

Social distancing doesn’t have to mean feeling disconnected! Earlier this month we held a socially distanced drop-in day in place for our CAREGivers. The Covid-19 situation means that all normal and regular contact with our CAREGivers has ceased. We wanted to take the opportunity to invite them in so they could see their colleagues and also so we could say ‘Thank You’. ?? We verbally said our thanks but we also ensured each CAREGiver had a Thank You card that the office team individually signed. As well as this we had a small keep safe token made for each one of them (sourced from a local business, Keith Salway, Main Man Handytech) and a gift voucher for Tesco. ?? It was a very successful day and something we all needed. Great to see everyone and of course our Learning and Development coordinator Debbie, kept everyone entertained with her Chicken outfit. Let’s all stay safe and keep our spirits high during these uncertain times!

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Thank you

No Stopping us!

Here at Home Instead Nottingham we have worked harder than ever before during the coronavirus pandemic. We have followed changing guidelines and advice from Public Health England and UKHCA in order to respond quickly to protect both our Clients and CAREGivers. Our CAREGivers have been and continue to be, Home Instead Heroes. They have adapted the support they provide to ensure their Clients remain safe, have essential shopping and reduce anxiety and worry during this very difficult period. We have faced many challenges, but have managed incredibly well. One of our biggest challenges was ensuring stock of Personal Protective Equipment for our CAREGivers. Our Director worked tirelessly and to date we have managed to obtain a consistent supply of all equipment required. All our CAREGivers wear full PPE; aprons, gloves and masks. Hand washing and a Covid clean also takes place at every visit which consists of wiping down touch surfaces during their visit. We would like to say the biggest Thank You to every CAREGiver, Client and family member who have worked with us to ensure each and everyone of us remain safe. If you would like to know more on how we can support you or your loved ones please contact us on 0115 691 9528 for more information.

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Healthcare at Home

COMING SOON! Healthcare at Home. A new service which enables our CAREGivers to support Clients with more complex needs, supporting them to remain at home for longer and reduce hospital admissions. At Home Instead Nottingham we are passionate about providing care to our Clients which not only improves the quality of their life but those of their families too. We will of course keep you all updated on this exciting new venture. If you have any questions in the Meantime then please do contact our office and speak to Primo Sule or Natasha Warren.

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Stay connected

Client stays connected with technology

One of our lovely clients Evelyn Birkin, 96, has never let her age stop her from having an active social life. However, when the coronavirus pandemic swept across the UK and lockdown came into effect, Evelyn was no longer able to attend any of her regular activities. As a nonagenarian (a person who is between 90 and 99 years old) Evelyn would often meet with friends at Age Concern for dinners and she regularly attended her local history club and took part in theatre nights out with the local Memory Café. And her social life didn’t stop there; she is also part of the D.H Lawrence Society and the local friendship group and would frequently spend time socialising with the members of these groups as well.

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