Local papers recognise Dementia training! 

Newly trained Caregivers
Newly trained Caregivers
This week, a couple of local newspapers, were very interested in our Dementia training programme.

Both the Wimbledon Guardian and the Surrey Comet ran a story about our City and Guilds Accredited Alzheimer’s and other Dementia training programme. The papers recognise that,  Home Instead provides specialist training to our Caregivers to give them the tools to allow people living with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia to live within their own dementia.

Both articles highlighted the fact that often people are expected to live in our world, when we need to meet them in the past!  Thank you local papers for recognising the importance of spreading the word about our fantastic training programme. We really are making a difference to many clients we provide care to. It’s the little things.... 

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