Home Care service in Weston-super-Mare and Polperro
We provide a quality Home Care service that is based on the good old fashioned principles of high quality care and respect. We care for our clients as we would have our own family cared for. All clients are given a person centered support plan that details how and when services should be carried out. Clients and their loved ones are encouraged to contribute to these plans. We will also regularly review the care we give and seek service user`s views on how we are performing.
Our Somerset Home Care service is based at Pine Lodge Care Home in Weston-super-Mare. Click here to see the area covered by our Home Care Team in Somerset
Our Cornish Home Care Service operates from our Restgarth Care Home. Covering a wide geographical area, the team provide a much value resource to the residents of South East Cornwall. Click here to see the area covered by our Home Care Team in Cornwall
How we can help with your home care
We provide a variety of services for the elderly. We also provide care for adults over the age of 18 including those suffering from Mental health issues and Learning Disabilities throughout North Somerset. Although we are registered for the provision of personal care we can also offer:
- Assistance with appointments.
- Leisure activities.
- Domestic Tasks.
- Preparation of meals.
- Long term care including live-in care.
- Personal Care and practical help for those with Mental health issues and Learning Disabilities.
- Meals on Wheels and we are able to provide a 1/2 hour visit to include a welfare check to accompany the meal.
What to do next for your Home Care
If you feel we may be able to help then please call us on 01934 621091 or 07553357691 or e-mail email@example.com.
One of our managers will be happy to call you back and discuss a free and no obligation assessment. We promise not to put pressure on prospective clients and will only contact them at their request.
“Making the time to care” !
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We work closely with care providers, local authorities, councils and government departments, charities, health services, support organizations and other experts in the care sector to address this complex subject and ensure financial information and advice is readily available.