Home care services are a popular option for people who need help. Your personal choices for a healthy, happy, independent life are essential. Find out more about our range of services that allow for many aspects of private care at home.
Some customers need housekeeping visits for regular companionship during the week. Others have high dependency physical disabilities that require specialist equipment for personal care.
Ensure that you choose to stay in the most comfortable place - at home - with support from our domiciliary care services. For companionship, meal preparation, household chores, long-term care, hygiene & bathing, shopping, diet monitoring, medication and other aspects that make life comfortable.
Whether returning home after a hospital stay or realising that you require additional care services, we provide care plans specific to your needs. Younger or older, physical disabilities or degeneration of thoughts, you can receive our help to plan for high-quality care at home.
Home care is very often the right solution to maintain independence.
Domiciliary care services at home provide physical and emotional support for those with long term chronic conditions, disabilities or short term illnesses. Perhaps you require a full-time personal assistant who can be there for you during independent living. Our domiciliary carers can provide ad-hoc basis support or a scheduled ongoing plan.
There are many conditions where a change of environment can be very distressing. Someone who is living with dementia can find that home care is the ideal solution. Allowing a loved one to stay in the place they know helps make every day more familiar than perhaps a nursing home or care home.
Do you want help to settle an individual back into their home after a hospital stay? Do you prefer a home setting for the essential care they may need? The level of support varies depending on the requirements. Preparing a care plan is all part of our service.
Palliative home care end-of-life support services offer specialist care for those diagnosed with life-threatening or terminal conditions. You can aim to stay out of residential care or hospital, and in your home for as long as possible. Carers are available to fully understand all aspects of your care plan and medication requirements.
Home care is often a cost-effective option. Do you receive a care budget from your local authority? You might have a personal budget or health budget. Or are you funding your care privately? You can typically make your budget go further, as home care is generally cheaper than residential care homes or nursing homes.
Are you wondering whether to manage the care in your own home yourself? As you know, those you love the best certainly might ask you to consider self-management as a possibility. But if you think finding the right care team is a bit too challenging at the moment, then you can get in touch with us.
We are experts in carer recruitment services. The correct background checks on every carer are vital to your safety and support - such checks as suitability, references and rights to work. Organising a schedule of rotas, holiday time cover and emergency support for unexpected situations as well as day to day routines are all aspects of home care.
At an initial care assessment, discuss your needs and requirements with an experienced care manager. Mention your expectations, preferences, choices and the type of care service you think you might need. We can offer you practical tips on the care we feel might be most appropriate for your situation.
Everyone has different needs and will find that they prefer the company of some of our carers more than others. It's natural as everyone is unique. We tailor our care services and specialist care support for you. Our customers are matched with the right carer, while always meeting the very best of quality service standards. If you would like to know more about us, please either email us or call us to speak to a member of our friendly team at one of our locations.
Ask for more information about any aspect of care visits for social companionship, domiciliary care routines, complex high dependency care, dementia care at home, hospital to home recovery, live-in-care for overnight support or palliative care.