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Rebecca Deputy Care Manager

Rebecca - Deputy Care Manager

Hello my name is Rebecca and I am the Deputy Care Manager. I started working for Home Instead Rochdale in 2020 after graduating from University. I enjoy meeting the clients and working with the CAREGivers to provide excellent homecare. In my spare time I like spending time with my dog, Bentley, and socialising with friends.

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A BIG THANK YOU to all our CAREGivers

Here at Home Instead Rochdale we would like to say a HUGE THANK YOU to all our CAREGivers who have gone above and beyond during the recent pandemic. The CAREGivers have supported their clients who are having to shield or isolate in varies different ways in a postive and proactive way. As a small thank you a personalised gift and thank you card have been given out to all employees

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Jackie Retirement 1

Farewell to Jackie

Farewell to Jackie who retired in May 2020

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Joanne Networker

New Networker Joanne

Home Instead Rochdale welcomes Joanne as the new Networker

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Quotes from Clients

At Home Instead Rochdale we pride ourselves on building a positive and person centred relationship between our CAREGivers and Client. Here are a few of the recent feedback comments that we have received from some of our clients

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Lisa - Recruiter

New Recruiter Lisa

At Home Instead Senior Care Rochdale it gives us great pleasure to welcome our new Recruiter & Staff Coordinator Lisa Canham. Lisa's new position means that she will be in charge of the recruitment of CAREGivers and providing information of Home Instead Rochdale into the local community and job fairs. Her aim is to raise awareness of our team in order to recruit more CAREGivers. With her previous experience of recruitment, training and health and Safety , Lisa is able to advise and inform the potential new members of our team of the required role effectively. As well as this, it means that she will be able to ensure that our clients will receive the highest calibre of care. "I am very excited to start my job as a Recruiter for Home Instead" Lisa comments. "Having a job within in the field of Senior Care is rewarding in itself and now I have the opportunity to raise awareness of this company in the local community and also to meet people who share the same values of care that we offer". Lisa was born in Oldham but currently lives in Rochdale. She has a daughter and grandson who she spends a great deal of time with. She also has a dog named Billy. We wish Lisa all the best in her new role and we look forward to seeing her in action!

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Covid-19 letters

Covid-19 Update

At Home Instead Rochdale we have responded to the Covid-19 pandemic promptly. We have outlined a few actions that we have taken to put our Clients at ease

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Dementia awareness mayor of Rochdale

Dementia Awareness Event

Home Instead Rochdale attended a Dementia awareness at the Centre of Wellbing, Training and Culture on the 26 February 2020

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The Yorkshire Three Peaks

The Yorkshire Three Peaks comprise of Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-Ghent and is 24.5 miles in length. The owner of Home Instead in Rochdale, David Bradshaw, had wanted to complete the walk for a number of years and a friend from Rochdale Rotary Club, Bob Chadwick, completed the circular walk in 9.5hrs and so David’s goal was to equal or beat Bob’s time. “I set off from home in Hebden Bridge at 04.30 and arrived at Ribblehead for the start of my walk just before 06.00. I reached the summit of Whernside in 80 minutes at 07.20 and set off for the next Peak, Ingleborough. I met two young ladies who were starting from Chapel-le-Dale on their 3 Peaks walk and we passed each other several times along the walk. The ladies took my picture on the summit of Ingleborough at 09.30 and I was convinced that I was going to achieve my goal and beat Bob’s time of 9.5hrs. My final peak was Pen-y-Ghent and, like Ingleborough, is steep on the approach to the summit. On the flat and downhill I was walking at a fast pace but uphill I was now finding it to be a real challenge and I met two male walkers one of whom had started a little after me at 06.00 from Ribblehead and had now caught up with me.. I arrived at the summit of Pe-y-Ghent at 13.10 thinking I would be pleased to finish the walk in 12hrs never mind Bob’s 9.5hrs and I still had a 7 mile walk back to the car. I was exhausted and pleased to have completed the walk in 10hrs but congratulations to Bob. I walked the Yorkshire Three Peaks on my own but met people who suffered with me on the way. I intended to do the annual Alzheimer’s Association Three Peaks Walk but missed the closing date for the 2019 event. However, I am sure a donation will not be turned down. Well done Bob.”

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How we are different

How We Are Different

How we are different to other Care agencies

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Thank you

A BIG Thank you!

We have had some lovely feedback from our client!

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