Home Instead Senior Care gets the thumbs up from local MP
Home Instead Senior Care have certainly been going from strength to strength lately, and at the opening of their 50th franchise office recently, their efforts and contributions to local communities were subject to praise from a well respected local MP.
Although the new office in Sutton has now been open for a few months, it was only formally opened very recently. The opening ceremony was attended by MPs Paul Burstow and Tom Brake- both of whom spoke of their admiration for the franchise.
Mr Burstow feels a particular connection to the franchise, as he is Minister of State Care Services, so ensuring that the elderly are cared for in the best way possible is a subject which is very close to his heart.
Expressing his delight at the opening of the new office, Mr Burstow enthused:
“What Home Instead Senior Care is doing is playing an important part in creating choices. Giving people a real sense of control is what it’s all about. This is a good initiative and I am looking forward to seeing it roll out.”
The Sutton branch of the franchise is owned by Tony Ward, who became involved in the industry when he experienced first-hand just how difficult it can be to find a company which can provide consistently high standards of care for the elderly.
With such backing and dedication, the new Home Instead office will be a very positive addition to the community for elderly residents and their families.