The Westminster and City of London Team
Our team of CAREGivers share our passion to deliver the highest quality care to the people who call upon us for the services we provide.
They are carefully selected for their caring and compassionate nature, together with their desire to improve the quality of life for all of our clients.
We always make sure that the CAREGiver remains consistent so that a trust and friendship may develop.
Now that you have found Home Instead, there is no need to look any further because we are absolutely confident that you will be delighted with the quality of service you receive.
Fred Mairet - Owner
Since Home Instead Senior Care gave me the opportunity to join their team of owners and manage the office in Westminster and the city of London, I have been really touched seeing up close and personal what a difference that quality care can make to people's lives. I love working in our community and I am very proud of the service that we are delivering. The heart of our business is the team of wonderful CAREGivers who, like me, truly want to make a difference.
Prior to joining Home Instead, I worked in both the voluntary sector and the private sector here in London and overseas holding various Human Resources management positions and successfully led large teams of HR professionals in the UK and across Europe.
Anna Duncan - Care Manager
Anna has graduated with an honours degree in Social Studies in Social Care. She has been care manager with Home Instead Westminster since 2015. Previously she has also worked with adults and children with intellectual and physical disabilities as well as working with minority groups in youth outreach. Anna also has a cooking qualification.
All of the care operations for Home Instead Westminster are run by Anna and she spends most of her time making sure that the clients and CAREGiver's are supported and happy.
Anna is passionate about advocating for better care standards for everybody and is a part of many community based organisations that support elderly people in London. She is a Dementia Champion for the Alzheimer's society, an advocate for LGBTQ elderly in London and supports Dementia UK by fund raising for Admiral Nurses in London.
One of Anna's proudest achievements is her qualification to train CAREGivers with Home Instead City and Guilds accredited Alzheimer's and other Dementia training. She is passionate about educating people to better understand Dementia and how to care for people living with Dementia.
Anna’s passion is in Care and she thrives on building relationships and finding ways to improve the lives of the people she works with. She is knowledgeable, understanding and proactive and has a strong desire to help others.
Emma Blount- Care-coordinator
Emma started with Home Instead Westminster as a CAREGiver and fit well with the ethos of the organisation. She is a very determined hardworking person, with a personable approach and caring nature.
As well as playing an integral part in supporting the care operations, Emma also focuses on networking events and office management. She has recently been a part of a project with the Victoria and Albert Museum to find ways to make the Museum more Dementia friendly and to make it more accessible for our CAREGivers, as well as being part of other projects including being a Dementia Champion and taking part in, and organising fundraising events to support Dementia UK.
Emma is a qualified Trainer for the Care Certificate and has carried out extensive training in Mental Capacity Act and Safeguarding & DoLs.
Janice Sealy - Senior CAREGiver
Janice started with Home Instead Senior Care as a Caregiver in April 2017.
Janice has more than 15 years experience supporting vulnerable young people in the Royal Borough of Kennisington and Chelsea where she lives.
Looking for a career change, she came accross Home Instead and decided to utilise her skills in a role that relates to the care and support of the elderly.
Janice volunteers to teach and support young people in her local community.
She has one daughter and one grand-daughter, enjoys reading and loves meeting new people.
My mother-in-law came to live with us at Christmas. We needed help for her - to provide companionship and outings. She has dementia (early!) but is not very mobile and needs assistance. I found out about Home Instead Senior Care by accident and from the first phone call and meeting they have been amazing. Empathetic, helpful and provided carer/help that is so well suited to mother-in-law. We are still shocked (in a good way) I can't say enough good things about them. It has totally transformed her day to day life.M H (Daughter-in-law of Client)