Baroness Greengross visits Home Instead Westminster

We have been honoured today by the visit of Baroness Greengross, founder of Age UK Chief Executive of the International Longevity Centre - UK, and of course member of the House of Lords.

Prior to attending a Global Dementia Strategy meeting in New York, she was interested to talk to us about how homecare can improve the lives of people living with dementia, what good care looks like and also around what needs to change in the system to allow more people to access the type of quality relationship-led care that Home Instead provides.

Claire Jeffries Home Instead owner from Wimbledon joined me to discuss how we all make a difference in the life of our clients.

Baroness Greengross who has been one of the architect of the new care act in the House of Lords was particularly interested in our contribution towards preventing or delaying the development of additional care needs by improving our clients quality of life, encouraging social interactions and just making sure that the day we come is a good day for our client.

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