Our Services


We offer a wide range of support services maintaining dignity and independence. The types of services we can provide include the following:

Personal Care:
Assistance with washing/ bathing, dressing, continence care, feeding, assistance with getting up or going to bed.

Domestic Care:
Assistance with housework, shopping, laundry, ironing and meal preparation.

Help with appointments and companionship:
Someone to accompany you shopping or hospital, dentist, doctors or optician appointments or you may just want someone to talk to and keep you company.

To assist you with your medication needs.

Sitting Service/Respite for main carer:
This service is designed to provide a rest for members of the family or friends who are relied on for care. This would enable them to go out for short or long periods of time with peace of mind that their loved ones are being cared for.

Over night:
We can offer a night sleep where the care worker is on hand for help in an emergency or a waking night where the care worker is on duty through the night.

Home from hospital:
We can provide you with short term help while you are recuperating from a hospital stay to prevent readmission and assist you to settle safely and securely back into your own home.

Palliative care:
Providing support and comfort in your time of need, we can help ensure the individual is comfortable and supported within their home environment.

Visits can vary in length from 30 minutes upwards. All visits are made at agreed times to meet your needs and fit in with your lifestyle.

If you feel you would benefit from some help the next step is:

Contact us for an informal chat answering any of your questions.

  • A visit in your home to discuss your needs.
  • Set up a care package to meet your requirements
  • Start your care package

Once you have made the initial enquiry a member of our team will make an appointment to come and visit you and discuss your requirements, this visit comes with no obligations and no fee is charged. If you decide you want to go ahead with a care package we will write a detailed care plan and carry out a risk assessment.

The department said it intends to approve several more waiver plans in the next several weeks, but did not provide a more specific timeline in the may 29 announcement