What we do

Bespoke Home Care Services in Warwick and Heartlands

Letting someone provide care for you in your own home is a truly personal experience. This is why Home Instead Senior Care Warwick and Heartlands set the bar extremely high and take pride in ensuring we deliver the very best standards of home care for you or a loved one.

As you age, quality of life may decrease however this does not have to be the case. Our dedicated CAREGivers from Warwickshire are here to support you to maintain independence at home with our range of bespoke home care services.

Warwick and Heartlands’ Tailored Home Care Services

Mark and Amanda Hamer run Home Instead Senior Care Warwick and Heartlands and work with a team of dedicated and friendly CAREGivers to provide a range of care at home solutions.

We pay attention to your specific needs when providing you with our professional home care services. We consider what your individual requirements are, whether you need companionship care in Beausale, dementia care in Mickleton or domiciliary care in Gaydon.

No matter where you are in Warwick and Heartlands we will personally visit your home to assess your needs to tailor a home care plan that is right for you. We realise that over time your needs may change however our home care can support any changes.

Whatever your home care needs are, learn more below or get in touch with our friendly team.

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Companionship

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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CAREGiver helping an elderly lady with applying lipgloss

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.

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Overnight Care

We’re on-hand with support through the night Home care doesn’t stop at the end of the day. Our CAREGivers also provide overnight care so you or your loved one can rest comfortably through the twilight hours too. Overnight care is when an expertly trained carer stays in your home overnight to meet your normal activities of daily living. Care needs don’t stop at the end of the working day – fortunately for many who need help, neither does caregiving.

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Palliative Care

Specialist support, tailored to your needs We understand how distressing it can be to see how a terminal illness is affecting a loved one. That’s where we can help, providing specialist support with the day-to-day things so your family can make the most of your time together. Palliative care at home allows you to stay in the place you feel most comfortable, surrounded by memories and the people you love. With the one-to-one support of a compassionate Caregiver, who is experienced and trained in palliative care, you can have specialist support whenever it is needed. Whether you are looking for a full-time live in, or a visiting carer for those times when you need some extra help, we provide the full range of care services for palliative care. For personal care, support with pain management, administering medication, cooking meals or sharing memories over a cup of tea, our support covers whatever you need.

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Live-in Care

Why is live-in care different? Moving to a new home is a stress for anyone, even at the best of times. Couple that with moving into residential care – with set routines, set meals and set visiting times – and it can become a real strain and disruption to a person’s life. Live-in care means you can keep the same daily routines, and friends and family can continue to visit as they normally do. With a spare room in your home, your live-in home carer will be there to support you each day, as much or as little as you like and according to what matters to you most. Not all home care providers offer a regulated service. In fact, many care agencies simply introduce you to a carer, meaning that you’ll need to manage their pay, arrange cover for their breaks, holidays, or if they’re ill, and handle any appraisals or concerns yourself.

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