What we do

Senior Home Care Services in Tavistock and Tamar Valley

Home Instead Senior Care Tavistock & Tamar Valley was founded by Lynn Roddy as part of the national Home Instead family after experiencing the need to have home care for her fiercely independent mother.
In the Tavistock & Tamar Valley we provide sensitive and professional care at home. From companion care in Bude to dementia care in Saltash, we work with you and your love-ones to provide the support you need to stay in your own home. Our specially trained team of dedicated care professionals from the Torpoint area provide companionship, home help and specialist, including palliative care, you can be confident in.

We will travel to your home in Tavistock & Tamar Valley to understand the specifics of your care needs. From regular companion care to palliative or dementia care, every person’s need is different and therefore what we provide is specific to an individual. Home Instead was born out of our founders’ own experience of needing care for a loved one; therefore we understand the real importance of care to enhancing life. If you want to discuss your circumstances and how we could help, please call us on 01822 258 292.

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Home Instead provide professional companion care, helping older people across the UK to continue to live a fulfilling life, in their own home.

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Home help and housekeeping

Living well often starts with looking after the home and studies show that having a clean and tidy house can have positive effects on health and wellbeing.

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Personal care

To us, it’s personal. Whether it is helping you with personal hygiene, or keeping well and keeping active, all are important to your wellbeing, and we have every element of living a fulfilled life covered.

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Dementia care including Alzheimer's disease

Dementia affects more than 850,000 people in the UK and the figure is growing at an unprecedented rate. By 2051, over 2 million people will have been diagnosed with a type of dementia.