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The Home Instead way

The “Home Instead Way”, our values and culture, is what makes us different.  It’s a culmination of all the things we do and the way we do them that makes us special. 

  • The Mum Test – we treat our clients with dignity and respect, as we do our own family. We we are interested in their lives and want to help them to remain living in their own homes where they feel most happy and comfortable. 
  • Choice – we believe that as you age your choices shouldn’t narrow. Our services are bespoke to the individual clients needs and flexible.  Our CAREGiver's days are full of variety as each client’s needs are different.
  • Integrity – we do the right thing, not the easy thing. Building relationships is important.  That’s why our visits are a minimum of one hour, so our CAREGivers have time to care.
  • We listen – to our clients to understand what is important to them and their family so we can improve our services. And to our people, CAREGivers and support staff, so we can provide the right training, support and opportunities to develop your career
  • Changing the face of ageing - We are active in local communities sharing our knowledge to help make older people’s lives better. For example we run Free Alzheimer’s Workshops to help families, businesses and others in the community understand how to recognise the signs of dementia.
Read our fantastic case studies
Senior care is a family affair

“You build a relationship that is based on so much trust, they become quite reliant on you. If you can do something, no matter how small, to make their day easier, then what we do is worthwhile.”

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Judith and Louise
Never too old to care

Octogenarian June Shepherd joined Home Instead Senior Care five years ago after she was told she was too old to work as a carer by another agency.

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June Shepherd
Hospitality, haulage and homecare: how I finally found my ‘job for life’

Ex-chef and long distance lorry driver Mark Benson, 63, feels he’s finally found his ‘job for life’. Graduating from catering college in the 70s, Mark worked his way up the culinary career ladder in a number of hotels rising from larder chef to catering manager. He then spent time in hotel management roles before moving into sales, selling catering equipment to hotels and restaurants up and down the country.

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Mark Benson
From carpenter to carer: How my brain tumour changed me

When Ray Brown faced his second serious health battle at the age of 67, he had no idea that instead of forcing him to slow down, it would in fact lead to a new career.

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Ray Brown
Senior care is a family affair

“You build a relationship that is based on so much trust, they become quite reliant on you. If you can do something, no matter how small, to make their day easier, then what we do is worthwhile.”

Read more
Never too old to care

Octogenarian June Shepherd joined Home Instead Senior Care five years ago after she was told she was too old to work as a carer by another agency.

Read more
Hospitality, haulage and homecare: how I finally found my ‘job for life’

Ex-chef and long distance lorry driver Mark Benson, 63, feels he’s finally found his ‘job for life’. Graduating from catering college in the 70s, Mark worked his way up the culinary career ladder in a number of hotels rising from larder chef to catering manager. He then spent time in hotel management roles before moving into sales, selling catering equipment to hotels and restaurants up and down the country.

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