The company will provide domiciliary care and supported living services including semi-independent supported living across England.
The Domiciliary care and Supported living services will operate as distinct units of the company.
The company will provide regulated activities; personal care and treatment of disease, injury and disorder.
We aim to support people through various stages of needs, working with them to increase or decrease level of support as the situation demands.
Domicilary Care or Care at Home refers to a range of services put in place to support an individual in their home. It can be a real help when you want to stay in your own home. If you’re recovering from an accident, feeling overwhelmed by all the chores or just need some help, we can take the struggle out of living at home. Our care workers can give you a hand with everyday jobs around the home and even go shopping too. Whatever you need, they always deliver it with empathy and consideration, remembering your right to respect every time.
Supported living or supportive living refers to a range of services and community living arrangements (CLAs) designed with individuals with disabilities and other support needs. The services are designed to help them to attain or retain their independence or interdependence in their local communities. As a form of community living development, supported living became identified with certain approaches to services and community, including the own home initiatives.