There may be many reasons why you are looking at care options. You may be looking for yourself or on behalf of a friend or relative, because a little support is needed with those tasks, which are becoming more difficult or because of restricted mobility through illness or accident. Whatever the reason, we aim to provide a quality service to all our Clients.
Our services promotes independent living and can be a great alternative to residential care.
We have a range of care services which are tailored to your individual needs and are all flexible and affordable.
Our services include extensive care needs in addition to assistance with daily tasks, housework and shopping. We provide regular visit from an hour to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 52 weeks in the year.
All of our staff are trained above the minimum standards, and are ‘police (DBS) and reference checked’.
It is compulsory for our Support workers to attend mandatory training sessions. They are also given frequent refresher course training to ensure that their knowledge and skills are up to date and clients receive quality care.
We have male and female Support workers from all backgrounds. Some have their own means of transportation and work on a regular basis. Reviews and supervisions are carried out regularly to ensure our client receive the best care and that Support worker are adequately supported to deliver the best possible service.
If you fund your care from your own resources or receive assistance in the form of a Direct Payment, Individual Budget (IB) or Self-Directed Support (SDS) we can help you.
We understand that as time goes by, tasks that were once simple may become challenging, therefore we aim to help solely in the areas needed.
We offer variety of care and support packages in the comfort of client’s home to suit individual needs.
Our Client’s independence is important to us and therefore we will do everything we can to ensure our clients are in control.
Your needs may vary from light support and home help to more intensive needs such as personal care, night care, dementia care or full time live in care. Those requirements could be the result of an accident or illness, recovery from an operation or hospital visit, or simply to help you enjoy a better quality of life.
Caring for your loved ones can take a physical and emotional toll. When was the last time you took a break and took care of yourself? If your answer was “I don’t know” or "a long time ago", let us help you.
Our respite services can provide you with a well needed break so you can be in the best condition to look after your loved one
A Support worker can visit a client or accompany them out and about in the event that they have no other support nearby. The Support worker would become a friendly and trusted face who can offer companionship.