About Care in Sawbridgeworth

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The Sawbridgeworth office was established in July 2008 by its owner Mark Greatbatch, who has been delivering care services in the area since 1996. Mark first came into contact with Home Instead when he met Managing Director and UK Co-Founder, Trevor Brocklebank, at a United Kingdom Homecare Association Meeting in London in April 2008. In December 2010 Mark Greatbatch handed over the running of the Sawbridgeworth office to David Bassett.

We are committed to ensuring that we build a fantastic team to provide the highest quality of care for our future clients and their families, giving peace of mind for all concerned. We can guide you through the difficult decisions that need to be made when looking for care and help you decide if care at home is the route you should take.

The Sawbridgeworth office provides high quality at-home care to the local community and are proud of the results of our recent Care Quality Commission inspection, which showed we met all standards. 

Please take a moment to read some of the comments from our clients and their families about the difference a Home Instead CAREGiver has made to their lives. These are real comments from real people, whose lives have been enhanced by our service.

Our quality care service is competitive and tailor-made to each individual. Support for older people may include companionship, home help and personal care.

The Sawbridgeworth Home Instead Senior Care office is one of over 975 offices worldwide, with over 135 in the UK.

Mark Greatbatch
Home Instead Senior Care

A quick line to thank everyone that helped to deliver the excellent care to our father during the later stages of his life. As the Parkinson's / Dementia set in understandably Dad became more pessimistic about life and would bemoan that we have no luck as a family. From our view point we often think how lucky we have been and one of the things that exemplifies this is how lucky Dad was to receive care from you all. We feel sure that other organisations could have delivered the care to the same high standard but doubt very much they could have delivered it with the same compassion. It is the compassion that makes the difference between a patient being just comfortable and actually enjoying life. He often described his time at home with you all as great fun and it is our observation that many of you actually became his friends and we feel sure that he would want us to pass on his debt of gratitude for this friendship. One of the things he missed most was driving and we know he would often ask you if there was any chance of getting his license back. Lastly we would like to thank you for the kindness you all showed to us. Feb 2013  - Thank you