Meet the Team
CAREGivers helping to make the day brighter  Home Instead Senior Care Rugby

Our CAREGivers at Home Instead Senior Care Rugby

We have a fantastic team of committed, professional, reliable and compassionate CAREGivers.

Many of our team draw on their own past personal experiences to encourage, assist, and stimulate our clients over a wide range of daily activities that help improve their quality of life and help them maintain as much independence as possible.

Our amazing CAREGivers are committed to providing a reliable, compassionate and friendly care service that makes a real difference to our clients' lives. Their thoughtfulness and dedication are inspirational.  They work tirelessly helping our clients retain their dignity whilst remaining independent their own homes. 

They arrive with a smile and friendly welcome for clients and their families.  Many of our CAREGivers entered the care sector because they want to make a difference to lives of the elderly, some of them having cared for loved ones of their own.  Every day they provide comfort, companionship, practical help and personal care.  The quality of our CAREGiver's work remains paramount; they continue to provide support, stimulation and personal care to our clients with absolute dedication and commitment.

In short they are our most valuable assets.

Jason Litwinko  Care Manager  Home Instead Senior Care Rugby

Jason Litwinko - Care Manager

Jason is the Care Manager here at Home Instead Senior Care Rugby. As the only man in the office we feel for him having to listen to our lady conversations. Jason is well liked by staff and clients. He genuinely cares about the service we provide and is always approachable. 

Jason has a level 5 in Health and Social Care, he has spent over 20 years in Management positions and has been involved in the care sector for approx 5 years. 

Jason lives in Rugby with his wife and 4 year old daughter who likes to keep him on his toes and who shares his love of football and cooking. In his spare time Jason likes to cycle and play 5 a side football.

He is committed to providing the highest level of care and really making a difference to peoples everyday lives.

Jane Hughes - Assistant Care Manager  Home Instead Senior Care Rugby

Jane Hughes - Assistant Care Manager

I’ve been working in the care sector for 4 years and joined Home Instead in August 2018 as a CAREGiver.   I joined the office team shortly after as the Training Coordinator and in August 2019 I was promoted to Assistant Care Manager. 

I have over 20 years of personal experience with both my parents requiring different levels of care and support. My Dad suffered a severe head injury when I was 13 and I was fascinated by watching his recovery over the following years. My Mum was then diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when I was 18 and it progressed rapidly. I quickly decided my passion was to make a difference to people requiring care at home and have never regretted it.

While my children were small I attended university and left with a Level 5 Diploma in Health Care.
I live in Rugby with my husband and two teenage children who keep me very busy outside of work!

I love spending time with my family and socialising with friends.

Director- Sarah Slater  Home Instead Senior Care Rugby

Sarah Slater - Director 

Hi, my name is Sarah and I am the Managing Director of Home Instead Senior Care Rugby. 
Throughout my working life I have held various positions in different sectors.  My first job was in a residential home when I left school and I went on to join the British Army as a medic. 

I spent several years in retail management and then took some time off with my children and ventured into child care and fostering.  I mainly cared for children with disabilities and challenging behaviour. 

In Christmas 2012 I stumbled across Home Instead and worked for the office in Market Harborough as a Client coordinator.   I vowed never to take a  job in care again as my earlier experience was not very nice. However Home Instead have proved that care can be high quality.

The personalised care that we offer ensures we make a genuine difference to our service users and their families and for the first time ever I enjoyed going to work. 

In November 2013 my mother at only 52 years old lost her battle with cancer.  This made me look at my life again and I decided I wanted to really make a difference and took the leap to buy my own Home Instead Office.  It is a job that i thoroughly enjoy and i have no regrets in my choice. 

In my spare time I like to spend time with my family doing active things like climbing, canyoning, and paint balling.  I enjoy socialising with friends, going out for meals and enjoy a glass of red wine. 

Jo-Ann Chamber Scheduler Home Instead Senior Care Rugby

Jo-Ann Chambers - Scheduler

I joined the office here at Home Instead in January 2017 as the Scheduler


My main duties are making sure all the client calls are allocated to the right CAREGiver, adding new client calls and templating them, holiday management and adhoc invoices for the live in clients.

Adding or changing CAREGivers availability on the system, and making sure everyone is happy with their work load.


I really love my job and the people I work with. No two days are the same!


I have lived in Lutterworth all my life and have two children. A son that is away at Sheffield University and a Daughter who is studying A-Levels, so my spare time has become very spare.


Angela Smith Training coordinator   Home Instead Senior Care Rugby

Angela Smith- Training Coordinator

Angela joined the team in August 2019 as Training Coordinator. 

I have worked in the care field for 27 years. I initially started working as a carer to fit around my three daughters. 

Throughout my career I have been a hands on carer both residential and community based, senior carer, branch manager and both branch and regional trainer.

Amongst the qualifications I have achieved, I have a NVQ 4 health/social care, PTTLS Level3, A1 Assessors and V1 Verifiers.

I am passionate about be able to support people to remain in their own homes and looking forward to my new role has Training Co-ordinator with Home Instead Senior Care Rugby team supporting both the office and field based teams.

When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my family and friends socialising.

Amy Hollis - Recruitment & Retention Coordinator

Amy Hollis - Recruitment & Retention Coordinator

I joined Home Instead in February 2020 as the Recruitment and Retention Coordinator, my main duties are recruiting the CAREGivers who visit all of our lovely clients. 

My background is in Customer Service and my studies are in Art and Illustration. I was encouraged to join Home Instead by my mum who is part of the team in the Wimbledon franchise, she told me about the Home Instead ethics and their dedication to their clients and CAREGivers and this made me very excited to join the company.

I live in Rugby and in my spare time I enjoy practicing portraiture of peoples beloved pets, taking my Labrador on walkies with my husband, spending time with my family and listening to music.

CAREGiver pouring sugar onto scales as elderly lady laughs
CAREGiver looking at a cook book with elderly lady