We were thrilled on the morning of the Queen's 90th Birthday to receive the news that the whole Home Instead Senior Care network has been recognised for the dedicated homecare we provide to older people. The organisation has been awarded the QUEEN'S AWARD FOR ENTERPRISE in the INNOVATION category.

Here in Sutton we are immensly proud to be a part of this prestigious award, the UK's highest accolade for business success. Only 92 organisations were granted an award in this category this year.

Co-founders Sam and Trevor Brocklebank brought the Home Instead ethos to the UK after experiencing poor care when Trevor's grandfather Frank needed support. They knew there had to be a better way for an ageing population to receive care, a way to provide a quality experience that helps older people continue to live happily and healthily in the comfort of their own homes as long as possible. From the original office in Chester, Home Instead has grown to an impressive network of 175 independently owned offices, all of whom are dedicated to changing the face of Ageing, Homecare and CAREGiving. We have tried to be innovative by providing person centred care which is longer than average (minimum of one hour), and is provided as much as possible by the same CAREGivers. The QUEENS AWARD  has recognised our committment to providing our clients with care that they choose with the dignity they deserve. 

A group of Home Instead CAREGivers talking
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home