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Choosing Home Care can be daunting, we understand this and that is why our team are here to help you. 


Discussing Home Care options with loved ones and/or family can be difficult. 


If it's your first time looking for care then it can be an overwhelming experience, but it doesn't have to be and you don't have to do it alone. 


We are here to help you make an informed decision that is best for all those involved. 

Those First Steps

Firstly, discuss with your loved ones what support you or they need. This doesn't have to be done alone, we are here to assist, you can call or email us and we can help you either with the discussion or give you options to suggest. 


You may decide after the preliminary discussion that you requite a Needs Assessment with your local authority. If for any reason you are unsure of what to do then contact us and we can assist you.

Choosing the Right Care

It's important you understand the difference between home care and residential care before making any decisions. 


Residential Care means someone leaving their home and memories to go into a facility dedicated to 24/7 care. Before making detrimental decisions such as this explore all the options available to you and this is where we can help. 


Home Care doesn't have to be specific, we tailor our care to meet your needs. Home Care can be a variety of services such as cleaning and domestic help / companionship / personalised care / dementia care

Any of these services can be tailored to your specific needs. 

Less can be More

It can be a frightening thing thinking about care, especially if it means moving into residential care. 

Moving into residential care can be very uncomfortable for most people as most people would prefer to stay living at home where their precious memories are. 

A little extra support at home can be a great first step to introduce care slowly into someone's life and this care if provided by us can be personalised so that we can assist you and bolster your independence. 

Home care or assistance is also a fraction of the cost of residential care and allows for care to be introduced slowly and comfortbaly into peoples life's.