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Home Care  

Your home care team will offer extra support, reassurance and companionship for your loved ones. We believe that the elderly should continue living independently and safely at home.  
We’re here every step of the way to support you with our home care services. Regardless of your health care needs, we work closely with you and your loved ones to provide a package that suits you. Whether it be for one hour per week in the morning or for several hours a day in the evening, we have got you covered. 
Our carers are flexible and ready to help you. 

What is at Home Care for the Elderly? 

At home care for the elderly enables an independent lifestyle. ‘Home care’ is the umbrella term given to care services provided at home on a live-in or visiting basis. It promotes independence, prioritising the patient's quality of life. We understand that there will be times where there will be the need for extra support. It's what prompted us to start providing home care for the elderly. 
Whether it’s general assistance around the house, personal care, medication or similar circumstances, your carer will commit to providing support that brings you peace of mind. 
Get in touch with us to talk through your care requirements by calling us today on 01473 907695 or email us on for more information on our home care for the elderly. 
Our Other Services 
Want to learn more about our care services? 
Get in touch with our experienced team of care workers today by filling out the enquiry form on our contact us page. We aim to get back to you as quickly as possible, so please ensure all the information you provide is correct. Or if you would like to speak to a member of our friendly care team then please give us a call. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

A homecare provider has an important role in the life of an elderly patient, offering a range of services that aim to support the client and make day to day life easier. At Allwell Care, we deliver a broad range of packages that can be tailored and negotiated on a client to client basis. 
In our experience, every patient is different and requires varying levels of care and support. This is why our service offering is purposefully broad, as we can accommodate the largest volume of clients. Common requested services include the following: 
- Health monitoring 
- Memory care 
- Assistance with medical equipment/ administration 
- Respite care 
- Companionship 
- Transportation 
- Personal care assistance 
- Meal preparation 
Because of the range of services we provide, we would always encourage a prospective client to contact us. That way, we can work with you to generate and deliver the most suitable package. 
A homecare provider has an important and necessary role in the life of a patient. As such, someone hiring a homecare provider on their behalf needs to have confidence and place trust in that person. We appreciate this. 
If you are looking to hire a homecare provider, there are a number of qualifications and training programmes that you should be aware of. Any professional homecare provider will have the following, and should be transparent about the accreditation they hold. 
Common examples include Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or Home Health Aide (HHA) accreditation. As well as formal qualifications, your care provider should have ample experience, glowing client references, great communication skills and an empathic and compassionate personality. 
We encourage you to enquire about any qualifications or training prior to hiring a care provider. 
The initial stages of setting up care for the elderly can be challenging. The logistics of finding the right carer is difficult. However, once you do find the right person it can be hugely rewarding. 
Finding the right homecare provider starts with assessing the level of support needed. The elderly need varying levels of care, depending on their unique circumstances. Once you understand what level of support is needed, and what exactly they require assistance with, you can begin to explore agencies and their team members. 
If you have found someone you believe would be suitable, it is important to have a consultation in which you explore their qualifications and training. This also gives you the opportunity to outline what is expected of them, so everyone is on the same page. 
Finally, you can introduce the caregiver and the patient. A tour of the home would be beneficial, and you can outline any final requirements. 
Enquiry Form 
Get in touch with our experienced team of care workers today by filling out the form below. We aim to get back to you as quickly as possible, so please ensure all the information you provide is correct. 
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