TimeFinders – a company with its origins in Aldbourne and which provides senior life services – has been recognised as Best Practice Representative 2019 in The Parliamentary Review.
Alison Hesketh is Director of TimeFinders: “Being recognised for best practice by The Parliamentary Review is an important validation for TimeFinders. We have developed a new type of professional service which bridges the yawning divide between the legal and financial professions and the care sectors.”
Alison established TimeFinders in 2010 when the need for senior life services was made apparent to her through personal experience. Her seventy-nine year old mother needed help to downsize to a more manageable home.
TimeFinders is dedicated to helping people who are aging alone. The company has developed a range of services to help seniors embark on a new phase in life, offering practical and sensitive solutions and helping people to deal with the many agencies and challenges they may face.
Alison explains in The Review how her company provides practical and emotional help for clients in changing circumstances while also acting as their advocate to ensure that their best interests are always protected.
Claire Perry MP and Minister of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy writes: “Huge congratulations on TimeFinders being selected to highlight best practice in the Parliamentary Review of Care: Support, Wellbeing and Awareness – what a wonderful accolade for you and your team.”
The Parliamentary Review is a document that shares best practice between policymakers and business leaders. Each edition of the Review covers a range of topics across specific industries, featuring commentary from leading journalists and politicians, which is tied together by the former world trade editor of the Financial Times, David Curry.
For more information about TimeFinders at https://timefindersuk.com