Our commitment to supporting individuals across our community to improve their well-being and live a full life at home extends beyond our daily caregiving services.
At Home Instead Wimbledon & Kingston, our commitment to supporting individuals across our community to improve their well-being and live a full life at home extends beyond our daily caregiving services. We actively participate in community events that provide invaluable insights and guidance to families facing the challenges of caring for aging loved ones. We were honoured to be a part of the Really Helpful Club’s Family Matters Conference, held on Friday, 12th May at the Roehampton Club, SW15. This event brought together industry experts, including our very own Clare Jefferies, who has over a decade of expertise and experience as the driving force behind Home Instead Wimbledon and Kingston.
Supporting Families, Empowering Lives:
The Family Matters Conference was a unique and thought-provoking event that addressed the pressing concerns of the “Sandwich Generation” – individuals juggling the demands of parenting, caring for older parents, and preparing for their own future. The conference featured a series of talks and interactive panel discussions with leading experts in the financial, legal, and care industries.
As a keynote speaker, Clare Jefferies, our illustrious leader, shared invaluable insights and answered questions on how to best care for a loved one at home. Clare’s knowledge and passion for providing compassionate care have made her an invaluable resource for families seeking guidance in navigating the challenges of aging.
Improving Well-being and Quality of Life:
Home Instead’s participation in the Family Matters Conference highlights our dedication to improving the well-being and quality of life for individuals within our community. Our commitment extends beyond providing exceptional caregiving services to actively engaging with families, industry leaders, and experts to address the unique needs our clients and their families face in their day to day lives. By participating in events like this, we aim to ensure families have access to the necessary knowledge, resources, and support to make informed decisions and create fulfilling lives for their loved ones.
Many thanks to our friends at the Really Helpful Club and the photographer on the day, Rebecca Cresta, for the wonderful pictures. You can find more information on the Really Helpful Club and their activities by following this link.