Our Services

We provide care as it is our passion.


We aim to provide high quality professional care with a friendly, personal service to all the people we care for.  At the same time building a good relationship with friends, relatives care managers as well as support agencies.

From a couple of hours a week, to 24 hours a day, our services are designed for people who need help to live independently .Our Caregivers are all trained to the highest standards and take pride in the care that they deliver giving you the confidence to remain in your own home. They deliver services which include companionship, light housekeeping, meal preparation, medication reminders, personal care, local transportation and help with errands.

Depending on customer’s circumstances and needs, we help them with personal care and managing at home, arranging services such as getting up, dressing and other personal or practical support. We also provide care for other groups of people; physically disabled adults (18-65 years old) being the biggest group.  Again there is a very strongly held view that putting people into any form of institution simply because their bodies are not as robust as they, perhaps, might be expected to be is ineffective and unwise.

The full range of services will include:


Accompany Services

  • Visit neighbours, friends and family

  • Offer companionship and conversation

  • Arrange appointments

  • Help with travel arrangements

  • Accompanying clients on outings and hospital visits

  • Assist with entertaining

  • Help with reading and buy papers, books and magazines.

  • Plan visits, outings and trips

  • Attend club meetings and sporting events


Personal Care Services

  • Washing/bathing and dressing

  • Skin care

  • Bathing

  • Dressing and undressing

  • Feeding

  • Continence care

  • Mobility and transfers

  • Domestic Tasks

Specialist Tasks:

Occasionally care workers may be asked to undertake tasks that may be deemed to be specialist. These tasks may be undertaken following appropriate risk assessments and only after specific training. The care worker will be trained in the procedure before undertaking the tasks with the Service user and the trainer with relevant qualifications.


Example of specialist tasks:

•Catheter Care – changing bags or monitoring output

•Assistance with eye or ear drops

•Ileostomy and colostomy care – changing of bags

•Administration of prescribed medication orally.