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Comprehensive care and home services for all of life’s journey

Home care (also known as domiciliary care) provides a wide range of services to help individuals who choose to remain living in their own home, safely and securely as possible. By choosing to receive a service/s from SureCare, will greatly reduce the need to move into a retirement complex or care home.

Our care workers can offer an extensive range of home care services, including:

  • Assistance in or out of bed in the morning or evening
  • Washing, bathing and showering
  • Getting dressed or undressed
  • Support with household chores
  • Help with eating and drinking
  • Support with any necessary medication
  • Providing friendly company for those living alone
  • Assistance where disabilities may hinder people doing certain tasks

Our home care services are available to anyone in their own homes – from the older person or those with complex care needs. We also know that no two situations are exactly the same, so we tailor our care and support services to specifically suit you.

SureCare is fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and all of our care workers and care staff are subject to enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance.

We can also offer Live-in Care to provide the same services on a permanent basis. Click here for more details on our Live-in Care services.

 

Testimonials

"I cannot praise your staff enough. I was dubious about having carers but you were magic. I went from worrying about carers coming in, to really looking forward to your visits. You bounced in from the start like I had known you for years."

Anonymous, Cheshire

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of the carers that visited Mum and made her final weeks as comfortable as they could be. They dealt with her with a real sense of professionalism and dignity. Mum was a highly intelligent individual who had led a life of adventure and travel in conditions which could be quite challenging. It was a pleasure to see that staff afforded her that respect as a matter of course – understanding that people who have lived through the past half century are resilient, self-reliant and tough and should be treated as such. I’d also like to thank you for being so flexible with your hours. To be able to accommodate such rapid change was such a relief and meant that we could work and sleep knowing that she was being cared for. I wish every one of you the very best and give you all my heartfelt thanks."

Anonymous, Cheshire