New home for ‘at-home care’ company promises 30 jobs  

Home Instead operating in Ruislip and Harrow has moved to bigger and better premises to cope with the continuing high demand for its services and ongoing growth in number of employees.

 Home Instead was established in the area in 2007 and has recently expanded into larger premises at Ferrari House on Field End Road in Eastcote.  The business now employs 35 caregivers to look after around 60 clients living in their own homes and is keen to double the size of its caregiving team to deal with the increase in demand.

 Business owner Ginette Meade explains: “The new offices are a huge step forward for the business. We now have a dedicated ‘hands on’ training room complete with a hospital bed and hoist for manual handling training.  We are really keen to build our team so that we can grow into these new premises and would love to hear from anyone who is caring, compassionate and may be interested in finding out more about becoming a caregiver!”

 Ginette continues: “High-quality care is at the heart of the service we provide and well trained, motivated caregivers are of paramount importance.  The demand for our service shows that we are getting it right but we are never complacent and always looking to improve.”

 Home Instead provides an at-home care service for its elderly clients including such services as companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, post-discharge care, personal care, medication reminders, shopping and errands. The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 If you would like more information on Home Instead in Ruislip and Harrow and the services that it provides, call 020 3226 0930 or visit

Photo caption: Left to right- Caregiver Harpreet Bedi, Cynthia James, Care Manager Marie Cavanagh, Mary Phillips, Quality Assurance Graham Cooper, Pamela Sands and Recruitment and Retention Coordinator Cherelle Christian