Where can you find Home Instead this month?

Did you know that if you wanted to have a chat to us about the services that we have on offer, you don’t just have to pick up the phone?  Sometimes, it’s good being able to have that chat in person about how we can help so where can you find members of our team over the coming weeks?

Macmillan Wellbeing Fair, Ramada Hotel, Wrexham

Weds 23rd October 2019, 9.30am - 1pm

If you or a loved one has received a recent cancer diagnosis, we understand how difficult it can be.  The news can be overwhelming and you probably have a whole list of questions you want answering.

Macmillan hold regular wellbeing fairs so you can go along and meet a variety of different people who are there to support you and answer any questions you have.  You’ll also meet a wide variety of people who offer a range of services that are designed to help support you and your family.

Home Instead offers care in the comfort of your own home – whether it’s personal care, domestic help, meal preparation or offering you the support you need to get out and about, our CAREGivers can help. 

If you want to know more, please come and say hello to us at our stand on Weds 23rd October.

Recruitment Open Day, Buckley Shopping Centre

Weds 30th October 2019, 10am – 2pm

We’ve recently opened our latest office in Buckley Shopping Centre, and due to demand for services in the Flintshire area, we are recruiting more staff!

If you’d like to find out more about working for Home Instead or would like to apply for one of the roles, then please do call in and see us.

Memory Lane Café, St. Giles Church, Wrexham

Tues 12th & 26th November 2019, 1 – 3pm

On the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month, you can find members of the team at the Memory Lane café which is held at St. Giles Church in Wrexham town centre.

This is a lovely local group providing a dementia-friendly environment with support and advice available for families who may be affected. Regular activities take place such as music, bingo and crafts as well as reminiscing over old times.

We have recently introduced Love to Move sessions to Memory Lane.  This is a pioneering new exercise programme designed by the British Gymnastics Foundation to help keep both body and brain healthy.  The exercises stimulate cognitive brain function and is particularly helpful for people living with dementia or other memory problems. 

Why not come along to the next session on Tuesday 26th November and give it a try?