We recently launched our “Take Care” campaign which looks at
“Unsupported, under-appreciated, under pressure.” These are the words we hear from 88% of UK family carers neglecting their own health as they shoulder the care of ageing parents.
Our new ‘Take Care’ campaign explores these invisible struggles through the stories of Sue, Colin, and Fiona. You’re not alone—Home Instead is here to share the responsibility, so you don’t have to face it by yourself.
Watch our unapologetically raw film to see that it doesn’t have to be this way: https://www.youtube.com/
To find out more and importantly, find a solution, contact our local team: https://go.homeinstead.co.uk/
Supporting individuals in the comfort of their own homes not only has the usual benefits of being able to provide the quality care that everybody deserves, but it also allows us to witness some amazing work like the lovely paintings on show. When stuck for inspiration, our Care Professionals would take in fruit or flowers. A testament to the exceptional care we pride ourselves on. We have a good understanding of what helps our clients feel at ease and relax in their own environment, and when this is done well, look at what can be achieved.
Collaborating with Fitnniss – Wellbeing in Care was an absolute pleasure, and we were delighted to invite them to one of our memory cafes for a brief demonstration. Fitnniss – Wellbeing in Care support people through exercise and mobility workshops designed to empower and uplift individuals in need, and it was great to hear a lot of positive feedback from our attendees. Excited to invite them back for future sessions.
Erdington Methodist Church (10am to 1pm)
2nd October – Love to Move / Irish Dancing
9th October – Love to Move / Girl from Guildford Street
16th October – Love to Move / Help the Heroes
23rd October – Love to Move (Carers Hub in attendance)
30th October – Love to Move / Halloween crafts and games
All Saints Church Centre (10am to 1pm)
3rd October – Love to Move / Singing with Harriet (Alzheimer’s Society & Carers Hub in attendance)
10th October – Love to Move / Laurel & Hardy talk
17th October – Love to Move / Allsorts
24th October – Love to Move / Singing with Harriet
31st October – Love to Move / Halloween crafts and games
Sutton Coldfield Methodist Church (10am to 1pm)
6th October – Love to Move / Musical Bingo (Carers Hub in attendance)
13th October – Love to Move / Singing for the Brain
20th October – Love to Move / Watermill talk (Alzheimer’s Society in attendance)
27th October – Love to Move / Halloween crafts and games
Stay Independent Event
Sutton Coldfield Town Council have arranged an event that focusses on how to prevent falls and stay independent and is open to all older adults and those supporting them. Please feel free to attend if you think it may be useful. You will have the opportunity to meet with healthcare professionals and representatives from local community groups on the support and activities available to you. We have also been asked to provide a demonstration of our Love to Move session which we deliver at each of our three memory cafes. You don’t want to miss this!
Date: Tuesday 17 October
Time: 10am – 3pm
Location: Sutton Coldfield Town Hall
It was lovely to meet with representatives from Age Concern at a recent networking event, and we just wanted to remind people of their weekly community events in case you find it helpful.
Monday to Saturday
Time: 9am – 4pm
Location: 76-78 Boldmere Road, Sutton Coldfield, B73 5TJ
Wednesday to Saturday
Time: 9.30am – 2.30pm
Location: Hawkesley Community Centre, 51 Edgewood Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B38 9RN
During our Care Consultation, we take time to get to know every client and their family’s preferences and wishes so we can create a Care Plan tailored to their individual needs.
If you’re considering care for a loved one, please call our friendly team to learn more about how we can support you.
0121 323 4200