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Home Care Benefit 

Personalized in-home care can help people age in place safely with dignity and independence. We provide our person-centered “home care” no matter where “home” is. From the family home to senior communities to rehab facilities and beyond, we are able to bring the care aging loved ones need to wherever they call home.
Home Instead Caregiver helps senior woman unload groceries from vehicle

Proudly Serving Aging Adults & Their Families

Our Promise

As a locally owned business, our team offers friendly, responsive service right in your neighborhood. Families love our team because we:
  • Do what we say we’re going to do – each and every time
  • Solve care problems using compassionate, person-centered solutions
  • Engage in thoughtful relationships with the families we serve
  • Give back to our community

Our Team

Our Home Instead team in Wolfeboro, NH possesses a heartfelt desire to work with seniors in the community. Cindy and Peter Eichling opened this office in 2015 out of deeply personal experiences in caring for their aging parents.   Check out this short video!

As our leadership team was formed, this Vision Statement was crafted: "Responding to the needs of Seniors with Compassion and Integrity."    We love what we do, and have had the privilege to hire, train and support outstanding CAREGivers and serve over 200 seniors and their families during our first 5+ years.

When you or an elderly loved one is ready for help, our caring staff is on call to quickly answer your questions and respond to your senior services needs.

About Us

Meet Our Team

Cindy Eichling, Owner

Cindy Eichling, Owner

Cindy and Peter began their journey with Home Instead in December 2014. They had been researching in-home care companies, and it became clear to them that Home Instead Senior Care is by far the best in-home, non-medical care provider in the industry. They are thrilled to have an office for Home Instead in Wolfeboro both for their love of caring for seniors, and for the chance to invest in this region of New Hampshire.

Cindy and Peter have roots in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire dating back to the 1960’s. Peter began attending a summer camp in Alton, New Hampshire as a young boy, and he fell in love with the area. Peter and Cindy’s four daughters began attending the same camp in 1995 and have been coming back ever since. This area has grown to be a very important place for the whole Eichling family.

Cindy has a variety of work experience that has equipped her for this role. She volunteered in the children’s ministry of her church for 7 years and then proceeded to direct the Women’s Ministry at her church for the next 9 years. Cindy has a great love for working with people, and she sees the goals of Home Instead aligning with her goals of serving those in need.

In her free time, Cindy loves to spend time with her four daughters and their families. She also loves to read and explore all that the Lakes Region has to offer.‚Äč

Peter Eichling, General Manager

Peter Eichling, General Manager

Peter developed a real love for seniors by observing his parents shepherd elderly family relatives through their final years. His mother sadly died of Alzheimer's in 2006. Peter and Cindy, along with his extended family, were very involved in her care, with excellent and compassionate in-home care being the priority during these 11 difficult years.

After 35+ years in the computer industry, Peter is thrilled to work with Cindy in this rewarding endeavor. Now in its sixth year of operation, Home Instead Wolfeboro has provided over 80,000 hours of service to over 200 seniors, and hired and trained 166 CAREGivers.

Peter's desire is that Home Instead accomplishes its stated vision each day: "Responding to the needs of seniors with Compassion and Integrity" and becomes known in this region as experts in "all things senior," showing excellence within its defined non-medical scope. He reminds our staff and CAREGivers regularly "Our focus is simple: Serve one client at a time and hire one CAREGiver at a time." And "We must live out our company's legal name, Integrity Caregivers of NH, by handling all matters and interactions with integrity."

Peter enjoys bicycling, reading, church ministry, and traveling to see his four daughters and their families, including his four angelic grandchildren.

Polly Jeffers, Client Care Coordinator

Polly Jeffers, Client Care Coordinator

With a passion for helping her clients and their families, Polly is grateful to once again work in the field of elder care – which she considers to be her true vocation. Polly's affinity for elders began as a girl, interacting with her grandparents, as well as elderly family, friends and neighbors. Her 5 years spent as an independent caregiver in Connecticut formed her approach to care – keeping the value of individuals and their unique life experiences at the center. After a 14 year career in the health insurance industry, Polly has embraced her role as Client Care Coordinator; working with clients and families through Home Instead to ensure that in-home elder care is provided with integrity and heart.

Polly grew up in seacoast New Hampshire, and after living away for over a decade, she and her husband Dave relocated to the Lakes Region in 1998. Drawn to the area by its natural beauty and small town feel, Polly and Dave make their home in Tuftonboro where they enjoy hiking and snowshoeing with their dog Arlo, as well as time spent on Lake Winnipesaukee. Polly volunteers her time in support of town events and enjoys working at All Saints' Lord & Tailor Thrift Shop. She also supports area organizations such as Global Awareness Local Action (G.A.L.A.), the Lakes Region Humane Society, and the New Hampshire Special Olympics.

Cia Spendolini, Scheduling Coordinator

Cia Spendolini’s appreciation for the needs of seniors has been lifelong. Influenced by her parents, who volunteered for Meals on Wheels, she spent many hours volunteering in nursing homes where she advocated for residents. Cia and her husband, Dan, cared for her mother in their home in her last years under quite trying circumstances. Because she understands the needs of clients and their loved ones, as well as those of caregivers, she works on their behalf with great compassion.

Cia has always loved animals. She became trained and certified as a pet groomer and, with Dan, established a successful pet grooming and boarding business in Connecticut. On that property, they happily raised Airedale Terriers and rescued and placed dogs and cats of all breeds in responsible homes.

After selling the business and recalling the joys of summers on Lake Winnipesaukee as a child, Cia introduced Dan to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. She is delighted to have made Wolfeboro her forever home, where she lives with Dan, poodle Ava, dachshund Winnie, cat Mr. Missy, and cockatoo Mushpah.

Wendy Bassett, CAREGiver Liason

Wendy Bassett, CAREGiver Liason

Wendy has worked in caregiving for over 13 years, and joined us after moving to Alton with her husband of 19 years and their three children. She joined us as a CAREGiver in 2018.

She began her Home Instead career in 2015 by working at the Home Instead office in Portsmouth in 2015 as a CAREGiver and On-Call Coordinator. Wendy has an Associate's Degree in Business Science and worked as a real estate paralegal and office manager for 5 years.

A few of her favorite things are sunrises, fuzzy socks and ice-cold Coca-Cola. Hobbies include reading, baking, hiking, blogging, and volunteering with Relay for Life, Chemo Angels, and as a Sunday school teacher at her church. She led our office's participation in the Walk to End Alzheimer's in Portsmouth last September.

Ann Black, RN

Ann Black, RN

Ann has been a nurse for 40 years in a variety of hospital, institutional and Christian camp settings. She recently moved to New Hampshire from the Southwest and is enjoying serving clients and staff at Home Instead.

While our scope is non-medical, Ann continues to be an invaluable resource. She assists by meeting with prospective and current clients as we seek to fully understand and assess our clients' needs.

Freddy, Chairman of the Board

Freddy, Chairman of the Board

Freddy inspires us by his overwhelming friendliness and compassion for people. He loves seniors and, in dog years, is over 105 himself. As he grows more fragile, we notice how careful he is when descending stairs, reminding us how important it is for our CAREGivers to help our clients avoid a fall.

From our research, we recently discovered that Freddy cared for his mother and father during their senior years. Come visit our office and Freddy will greet you and make your day!


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