What alarms me are the following statements in the article - although you may well take a different view and think it sounds marvellous :-
"We are looking for experienced carers, but that doesn't mean people have to have been employed, they could have cared for a family member or their own children."
Home Instead offers personal care services to people with dementia and Alzheimer's, home help services and companionship services
The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, although caregivers will start on a zero hours contract and be paid for the time they provide to clients
Bosses at Home Instead Senior Care, based in High Road, North Finchley, are hoping to attract up to 50 new staff members as demand for their services increases heading into winter.So there you go. Make up your own mind. Would I feel comfortable if this concerned my Mum, Dad, Grandmother or Grandfather who is suffering from Alzhiemers or Dementia?
Oh and if you see the care of loved ones as a fantastic business opportunity, then this page on the company website will be of much interest to you on the company website -
Whatever you think of these arrangements, good or bad, you can be sure that as far as the Conservative administration in Barnet are concerned, this is a good example of the
FUTURE SHAPE OF CARE IN BARNET