Home Instead Senior Care

Strap Line Caring for Older People at Home
Contact Person Clare Jefferies
Email clare.jefferies@homeinstead.co.uk
Phone 02089424137
Facebook www.facebook.com/HomeInsteadWimbledonandKingston/
Twitter www.twitter.com/cjhomeinstead
Instagram www.instagram.com/clarejefferies
Website www.homeinstead.co.uk/wimbledonandkingston
Area Nationwide
Address Apsley House
Apsley Road
New Malden
Surrey, KT3 3NJ

Home Instead is a private care provider and offer companionship led care and support to people in their own homes. We were the first Home Care provider out of 1200 providers in London to be rated Outstanding by our regulatory body – the Care Quality Commission.

We want Home Instead to become a trusted companion to our clients and their loved ones, and for us to become an extension of their family. We only recruit people who want to make a difference to our clients lives offering extensive training.

We pride ourselves on continuity of care, punctuality and the exceptional quality of care they provide allowing a trusting relationship to develop,

Our clients include individuals who have come to us themselves, older children who have referred their parents or relatives, people who receive direct payments from the local authority and clients referred to us by GPs, Occupational Therapists, Physios and Community teams.

We are very proud of the care and support we provide and extremely proud of the Caregivers who deliver such beautiful and caring support.

Featured Forum Thread
I am looking for a carer to help look after my father ( who has early stage dementia ) and lives in Kingston. The job role is for roughly  7  hours per week. I am looking for someone reliable and trustworthy, any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. 

The value of Memory Cafes for those living with Dementia
Memory Cafes make a huge difference to those living with Dementia. Our first memory café started in 2013 after a conversation Clare Jefferies, Director of Home Instead had with a daughter of a client looking for somewhere to take her mother with dementia that wasn’t institutionalised, but was safe and…