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Home carers

At the very least a home carer is someone who is hired to help the ill or elderly perform tasks they are unable to do themselves, however, here at HomeLife Carers a home carer is much more than that. In addition to helping with domestic tasks and providing care to those who need it we believe that carers should be compassionate, offering companionship and even friendship. Our key priority is to maintain the dignity and independence of our clients by making sure they get the care they require.

Our carers can offer assistance with a wide variety of tasks. These range from simple domestic chores such as cooking, cleaning and bathing to more personal matters such as help with buying cards and presents for occasions like birthdays and anniversaries.  We are also able to deliver specialised care for those with more specific needs and we make sure our staff are continuously trained so they always provide the best care possible.

You may only need a carer for a short time each day, or you may require someone to stay with you throughout the day or night.  Whatever your needs our carers will only provide the best service to improve your quality of life and help you have as much independence as possible.

When it comes to a home carer the last thing you want is a stranger in your home. An important part of our care service is the aim to develop a platform on which friendship and mutual trust can be built. Companionship is essential, as is a feeling of safety when your carer is visiting you. 

Our highly trained and dedicated carers are handpicked based on the client’s individual needs and personality.

In addition to our personal guarantee HomeLife Carers is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, ensuring that we operate to the highest standards. Recent reports confirm that our service is a friendly and effective one, and that all those we serve feel safe and happy with the home nursing care they’re receiving.