From those who need a little extra help as they get older, to those with more complex conditions. Home care can be help with cleaning and shopping, getting showered and dressed, preparing meals, managing medication and more. Home care can also provide a bit of respite to friends and family who provide care for their loved ones.Learn more
End of Life Care
Many people with long term or terminal illness prefer to be cared for at home. Our clinically trained care workers can alleviate the symptoms, pain and stress, to keep you feeling comfortable in your own home.Learn more
Been in hospital? Recovering from an operation or illness? Our specially trained care workers work with you at home. Helping you to regain the confidence and ability to do things yourself. Can also benefit people with dementia or physical difficulties.Learn more
We care for and support people of all ages who have learning disabilities and associated needs. This could include communication difficulties, autism, epilepsy and physical disabilities. Our person-centred approach helps develop independence and allows everyone to reach their potential.Learn more
Children & Family Services
Our specialist childcare support workers provide services to children, young people and their families. Helping with a wide range of needs including autistic spectrum disorders, complex health issues, physical disabilities, profound multiple disabilities, severe learning disabilities and challenging behaviours.Learn more
Need help deciding?
All of our services are completely flexible in line with your needs and wants. From visiting once a day to 24-hour care, we provide the support you want for yourself or your relative.
Contact us for a free care assessment in the convenience of your own home. Giving you the chance to meet with us, along with your friends and family if you wish. Ask any questions you might have and talk through the different options available. To book a free home assessment, call our friendly advisers on 0800 542 1078*.
Already decided which care’s right for you?
Find out more about what happens next and how to go about enlisting the care you need. Explore the options for paying for your care, and look at some of the most frequently asked questions from others who have been where you are.Back to top