Local Mayor joined us in our celebrations as care as we reach 1 year milestone
Home Instead Wrexham and Deeside, a company which specialises in caring for people in their own homes is looking forward to celebrating its first birthday after a successful inaugural year. The care company, which has created 25 jobs, is hosting a party to mark one year in business on 4th April from 1-3pm at the Wrexham Library on Rhosddu Rd.
Local Mayor, Barbara Roxburgh, will be attending the special event, and will help launch a new Community Programme Scheme, which will see Home Instead deliver free workshops to people and community groups in the local area. The workshops will cover a variety of topics such as dementia awareness and fraud awareness.
Community groups and local businesses will also be attending the celebrations including Owl Watch, The Alzheimer’s Society, local solicitors, social workers and community members.
Matthew Murray James, owner of Home Instead commented on his success in his first year. He said, “We are passionately committed to providing the highest levels of care to our clients and, with the help of our dedicated team of caregivers that’s exactly what we are doing. They help us to make a real difference to people’s lives.
“I am looking forward to celebrating our first birthday with our clients and family members as well as our dedicated team of staff and members of the local community. It is a real honour to have local Mayor, Barbara Roxburgh attend and we hope to see many local people stop by on April 4th!”
Home Instead is rapidly building a reputation as one of the UK’s leading care companies. Their service allows older people to continue living in their own homes and is tailored to the needs of individual clients. It ranges from companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, post-discharge care, personal care, medication reminders, shopping and errands. The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.