Home Instead Senior Care

At Home Instead Senior Care we believe being able to live at home can be one of the most important comforts in an older person's life, and because family and friends can't always be there, Home Instead Senior Care are here to help.

We are a leading home care award winning provider with a multitude of national and local awards.

Our unique Alzheimer’s and Dementia CARE training has been designed and developed by experts in the field of Dementia and ageing. Our CAREgivers can complete the City & Guild’s training programme

Our non-medical care covers Companionship services, Home Help Services, Personal Care Services & Dementia Care Services

- Our services are tailor-made to suit you or your loved one.
- We match our carers to our clients based on interests and hobbies.
- We provide hour long visits to make sure our clients get the quality care they deserve

Contact one of our friendly team today on 01245 200 780 for more information.

Home Instead Senior Care

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