With extensive experience in training and mentoring, Wendy is our training and quality assurance officer. She ensures our training is of the highest standard and that our clients are being supported effectively to live independently in their own homes.
Mathew is our head of operations. A former Silver European Rowing champion, Matt overseas operations for the entire team. He makes sure our standards remain consistently high and our clients are happy with the service they are getting.
With a strong background of experience in the care industry, Asmaa is our head of coordination. She’s building her team to be the strongest and most caring in the city. She still assists with care calls with clients wherever she can as she is passionate about ensuring her team offers tailored care to suit each client’s specific needs.
Bushra is our care coordinator in charge of planning and organising our dedicated care staff schedules to ensure all runs smoothly for both our clients and staff.
Domiciliary care is the range of home care services put in place to support you or a loved one in your own home. It includes support across a wide-range of activities such as household tasks and personal care, to enable you to continue to live independently. Also known as care at home, our domiciliary care can range from 30 minutes a week up to several visits a day and is built around your specific needs and requirements.
Live-in care is when one of our highly trained, professional carers move into a spare room in your home to provide round-the-clock support. They will offer as much or as little care as you desire, with everything set out in a personalised care plan that’s agreed between us from the outset. We take the upmost care in finding the right person for you,someone with the skills and experience to support your personal needs, but also someone whose personality matches you and encourages a genuine bond to grow.
Caring for a loved one can often be exhausting, leaving you with very little time for anything else in life. It’s very easy to forget about yourself in this situation, but your own health and wellbeing is of vital importance, to you and the person you care for.
Practical and personal everyday things can often be the hardest for those in need of support. We develop care plans that cover all aspects of these activities to suit your specific needs. Practical support can include any of the following.