Home Instead moves into Stratford
New jobs are to be created in Stratford after Home Instead Senior Care announced a new venture in the town.
The company, which provides services for those paying for long term care, is being set up to cover Stratford, Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth, the Coventry Telegraph reports.
Phil Maundrill, who is running the venture with Phil Wright-Howarth, said his personal experiences inspired him to move into the industry.
"Having had to find care for my elderly mother I fully understand the importance of providing quality care in the home, which is where most people wish to remain for as long as possible," he told the newspaper.
He went on to say that the service will look after the physical and emotional needs of the people it cares for.
Meanwhile, people in Friern Barnet will soon be provided with a new home from Jewish Care, which is expected to be built on the Asher Loftus Way site by the end of 2013.
Posted by Nigel Murphy