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Home Instead Launches in Lowestoft and Lincoln!

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Munish Bhardwaj, owner of Home Instead Lowestoft, has spent many years in various senior roles in the maritime industry, travelling across the world. During the pandemic he started thinking about what he really wanted to do and caring for others was always at the forefront of his mind.

He could see how older people had been affected and he has always been passionate about empowering older people to fulfil their potential, especially when they need care support. He saw this as a key time to take a leap of faith and set up a new business, which led him to open his Home Instead franchise in Lowestoft.

Munish wanted to run a business that involves helping the local community and making a real difference, he said, “I loved working across the world with my career, but circumstances change and my heart has always been in caring. I have a huge respect for older people, they deserve only the very best in their later years.

Home Instead Lowestoft will support older adults through a range of care services, including home help, companionship and personal care such as help with dressing and washing.

Nick Moran has launched a new home care company in Lincoln, inspired by his personal experience trying to find care for his mother, as he looks to help other families who find themselves in a similar situation needing support with a loved one.

Nick is keen to get people talking to their ageing parents, so they can understand the options available to them, before they find themselves in a crisis situation, not knowing where to turn for support.

Home Instead Lincoln will deliver care for people in their own homes, enabling them to stay living in comfortable and familiar surroundings. The care ranges from personal care, such as help with dressing, bathing and medication, as well as companionship and light housekeeping and tailored services for those living with dementia, Parkinson’s and other conditions.

Commenting on his new venture, Nick says: “I know the feeling. Your parents aren’t as fit as they once were and they need some support, but we don’t want to talk about it. To add to the situation, many people don’t live near their family these days and life is filled with so many responsibilities like work, children and day to day life.

“Home care is becoming increasingly important as we age, more and more people want to remain living independently in their own homes for as long as possible. It provides real peace of mind to everyone knowing that someone is providing support and making sure all is well when you can’t always be there.”

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