Home care is at the core of everything we do. At Advanced Care, we’re passionate about providing our service users and their loved ones with only the best possible care. Our trained support workers are able to provide a variety of tailor-made services to support the service user and their individual needs.
Our range of Home Care services allows the care receiver to live their lives to the fullest, in the comfort of their own homes.
Home Care – Professional Support in the Comfort of Home
Our Home Care services enables service users to continue to live independently in their own home, with a little helping hand. Our trained care assistants can provide a variety of services, including:
Our support workers can help with running errands around the house. Whether the care receiver is not physically able to do the task themselves, or simply finds it too tiring, our support workers can compensate for them and offer that extra helping hand.
Our support workers will buy and transport whichever goods are needed to whomever they are caring for. They will carefully work with service user to write a shopping list and ensure they have whatever they need, including medicine.
Whether the bed needs to be made, there’s washing up to do, or the home needs a tidy top to bottom, our support workers are there to ensure your loved one’s home is kept clean and tidy.
Cleaning and drying clothes requires a lot of physical work. Wearing freshly-cleaned clothes can do wonders for someone’s mental and physical well-being. That’s why our home care specialists offer laundry as a part of their support package.
If you would like more information about home care or would like to make use of our home care services, please telephone us on 024 7623 4567 or contact us via our website
Additionally, have a look at our Care Quality Commission page.
People and their relatives told us they felt the office staff were caring as well as the care staff. They felt able to contact the office if there were any concerns, and they would be listened to, and their concerns acted upon.
Staff enjoyed working for the service. They demonstrated a passion for giving good care to people. This we felt was indicative of the management of the service. We felt the manager had high standards of care, and wanted the best for people who used their service.