• Inclusivity

  • Kindness

  • Consideration

  • Understanding

  • Independence

Care At Home

Person-centred homecare tailored to your needs.

Care at home enables you to remain independent within your own home providing care and support at specific times for the tasks you find challenging or require assistance with. It also gives you the flexibility to have one to one care and support at times that are important to you. Having care at home means you or your loved one gets to continue living in their own home maintaining independence living the life style they chose. Our wide range of home care services are designed to meet all your health and well-being needs. From companionship to 24-hour care; our highly trained staff work tirelessly at improving the quality of life for each and every one of our clients and their families. We offer the following services:

  • Companionship care
  • Personal Care
  • Dementia Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Respite care
  • Home help and shopping.

These Are Some Of The Many Things Our Fantastic Care And Support Workers Can Help You With

Please note this list is not exhaustive if there is something you need that isn’t listed please get in contact.
(0121) 708 2313

Personal Care

  • Getting in and out of bed
  • Washing/Bathing and Showering
  • Getting dressed and undressed
  • Managing continence
  • Skin and hair care
  • Prompting and assistance to take medication

Domestic Support

  • General housework and day to day cleaning
  • Shopping
  • Laundry & Ironing
  • Assistance with using heating and appliances

Social Care

  • Preparation of all meals
  • Preparation of light meals and snacks
  • Preparation of drinks 
  • Assisting with maintaining social contacts and exploring new social activities.
  • Assisting in making appointments and attending them
  • Assisting with attending clubs, day centres and activities
  • Planning holidays and day trips
  • Companionship

Support with finances, correspondence and funding

  • Assistance with budget planning
  • Assistance to read/understand and action correspondence
  • Assistance with use of telephone
  • Assistance with paying bills
  • Assistance to seek advice for benefits
  • Assistance to request assessments and reviews for care and support funding from relevant professionals.