We pride ourselves on offering high-quality Care & Support services with clients in support of their daily life so that they can live it in a way they choose. Each client is uniquely different and it is important that the services needed are determined by clients in order for them to be tailored for their specific requirements.

Caring & Companionship

  • Regular, pre-arranged friendly visits to promote feelings of inclusion and self-worth

  • Enabling and supporting family interactions, keeping family members updated on well-being of client

  • Listening ear & supportive shoulder for client to lean on

  • Mental stimulation provided by conversation, contributing to increased brain activity and client awareness

A senior woman in wheelchair with a health visitor at home at Christmas time..jpg
Planting a Plant

Home Support

  • Support with meal preparation, encourage healthy eating options & increased fluid intake, stimulating regular interest in food and eating healthily

  • Running errands, collecting prescriptions, dog-walking, shopping

  • Light housework & tidying-up


  • Support in tidying garden, including the client wherever possible in such tasks to stimulate interaction and involvement, and conversation

  • Ensure walking aids/glasses/Hearing Aids/Personal Alarms are near to hand at all times

  • Keeping a watchful-eye on trip hazards around the home

Community Engagement

  • Support physical activity by accompanying client on walks in local area

  • Support social trips out for coffee, lunch, afternoon tea with friends and neighbours

  • Support and transport to Church gatherings or events to meet friends and neighbours


  • Support attendance at Dementia Cafes, Dementia cinema screenings, Dementia Clubs


  • Support attendance at local community events, Coffee Mornings, Jumble Sales, Carol Services

Young Hands Holding Old Hands
cheerful young girl serving breakfast to an elderly woman at home.jpg

Carer Respite

  • Enabling Carer “me time” on a regular pre-arranged basis so Carer can plan their time-off

  • DBS-checked support worker who can provide familiar companionship with client

  • Support Worker who encourages & supports physical activity such as walks, sports or gardening with client

  • Support Worker who can assist client on shopping trips, meeting friends for coffee, haircuts, medical appointments

  • Enabling independence for as long as possible whilst also enabling Carer their own independence too

  • Listening ear and supportive shoulder to lean on for the Carer