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Wembley business expands to Canons Park with new head office

Home Instead Wembley, a leading home care provider in the community, has recently moved its head office to spacious premises in Canons Park, in between Stanmore and Edgware.

The new office is equipped with a dedicated training room and ample space for team growth, aligning with the company’s ambitious plans to recruit more care professionals and continue providing support to families with ageing loved ones.

The new head office, located on Whitchurch Lane, is strategically situated amidst several businesses in the heart of Canons Park. Its convenient proximity, just a two-minute walk from Canons Park Underground Station, makes it easily accessible for people looking to learn more about the range of care services offered.

Established in 2016, Home Instead Wembley has played a crucial role in enabling older individuals to stay in the comfort of their homes while receiving the care they need. The company provides a wide range of care services, including personal care, home help, companionship, dementia care, Parkinson’s care, and live-in care.

In recent times, the demand for live-in care has witnessed a significant surge, as more families consciously choose to keep their loved ones at home. What may start as a few hours of care per week often grows along with the changing needs of the client.

Homecare.co.uk, known as the “TripAdvisor for home care,” has recognised Home Instead Wembley on three separate occasions, listing it among the top 20 home care companies in London.

Owner of Home Instead Wembley, Leena Lakhani, expressed her excitement about the new chapter in the business journey, stating, “Our new office marks an exciting new chapter in our business journey. It has been an honour to make living at home a reality for older people in need of some support to help them day to day. Home is a place that brings us comfort and familiarity, so why shouldn’t we have the option to stay living there in our later years?”

Lakhani further praised the dedicated care professionals on her team, emphasising the significance of relationship-led care provided by compassionate individuals. “The past seven years wouldn’t have been so successful without our team of wonderful care professionals. I’m always in awe of their compassion and kindness, and it’s so heart-warming seeing them bond with our clients. That’s what we’re about: relationship-led care provided by people dedicated to their roles.”

The company is actively seeking individuals interested in joining as care professionals. Previous experience is not always necessary, as Home Instead Wembley prioritises candidates with a compassionate nature. The company offers an extensive training program that equips employees with the skills and knowledge required to deliver exceptional care. Moreover, the opportunity to learn and specialize in areas such as dementia and Parkinson’s care is always available.

For those interested in learning more about the services provided by Home Instead Wembley or exploring opportunities to join their compassionate team, inquiries can be made by calling 0208 022 4590 or visiting their website at https://www.homeinstead.co.uk/wembley/.