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.
High Quality Home Care Services in Stockport & Tameside
At Home Instead Senior Care Stockport & Tameside we believe that continuing to live at home as you age is the most comfortable solution. Staying at home offers support, peace of mind, security and allows you or a loved one to maintain independence.
However, as one ages daily tasks can become more difficult meaning you may be faced with the possibility of moving out of your home. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. Home Instead Stockport & Tameside can support you to stay in your own home, close by to family and friends with our high-quality home care services.
Our elderly home care services are rated Good by the CQC and are tailored to fit around the specific needs of you or your loved one’s life.
Stockport & Tameside’s Leading Care at Home Provider
Home Instead Senior Care Stockport & Tameside was founded by David and Joanna Moore as part of the national Home Instead family. Our highly trained team of compassionate CAREGivers in Stockport and Tameside provide professional home care you can be confident in.
From companionship care in Offerton to dementia care in Edgeley or home help in Heald Green we will work with you to offer the support you or a loved one requires to continue living at home. Personal care and palliative home care services are also available.
All our home care plans are devised on an individual basis so whatever your home care needs are, Home Instead Senior Care Stockport & Tameside are here to help you so please get in touch below.
Check out the latest news and events from Stockport & Tameside
Home Instead Stockport are paving the way to creating a 'dementia-friendly' community through their free online and socially distanced sessions. The have already completed several sessions, and are supporting Morrison's in Edgeley to become the first 'fully dementia-friendly store'.
When the pandemic hit, our supermarkets felt the full force of panic buying, aggressive shoppers, fear of infection and empty shelves. It was a scary time for all of us, but for many of our elderly clients, venturing out was not an option. We looked at how we could support our clients; to help them to get their much-needed items and to keep them safe in their own homes. A few supermarkets started to implement dedicated ‘elderly hour’ shopping times, so we contacted all local supermarkets, to see if we could use our ID badges and shop for them, as getting items like toilet paper, tinned food and pasta was proving impossible. Jo Lutkevitch & Caroline Hardy from Morrisons in Edgeley listened to our concerns and wanted to offer more support, they asked us to come in for a meeting to discuss how they could help our clients.
One of our amazing CAREGivers Suraya had a conversation with HRH Prince William about being a CAREGiver and her experience of delivering care during this crisis. Here's the BBC North West tonight clip that was featured on Friday 22nd May and summarises the conversation nicely.
Suraya Alvi, one of our very own CAREGivers, has had a once in a lifetime opportunity to speak to HRH, The Duke of Cambridge on a zoom call. The call was set up by the Care Workers Charity and included four other essential key workers from the care sector. Prince William wanted to find out directly from those on the front line of care what their experience of working during COVID-19 was like, how it had changed the way they delivered care and how the job affected their wellbeing.