It is much easier for you to enjoy your chosen lifestyle when you are able to stay in your own home. Most people prefer this to the disruption of moving into residential care, and the good news is that it is nearly always feasible with the right kind of help.
We offer an entirely bespoke service to help you continue to manage well with the help of practical, professional and compassionate care, either living in or visiting regularly. Our care is entirely adapted to your needs, regularly updated and discussed.
Our customers and their friends and family let us know that they also value the companionship and emotional support provided by our carers. Highly trained and selected, our carers will always perform their duties with warmth and kindness according to well-established Wellbeing values.
We work as a team with your extended family, GPs, health and social services to make sure care is seamless. We recognise that there is a wide range of needs, and we can provide care adapted to suit almost any situation – from a couple of visits a week to daily visits, or live in care.


What to do next?

1. Talk to your loved ones about care
You will know instinctively when your mother or father, or other close relation, needs help at home, but it can sometimes be difficult even to discuss the issue with them. We want to reassure you that this is entirely normal, and we are used to supporting our clients through the process.

2. Prepare for care
As family members get older, it is worth thinking ahead about what help they may need. It is nearly always both preferable and possible to stay at home with the right support, rather than enduring the disruption of moving into residential care.

3. Arrange for us to visit
Arranging a free confidential home visit is the first step to organising care in a person’s own home.