Rather than moving into an old age home or a long-term care as your loved ones start ageing, many senior citizens prefer to stay at home for as long as possible to avoid loneliness. This can be the right choice for you if you only require minor assistance with your day-to-day activities and enables you to keep a network of family and nearby friends.

Our care workers are specially selected to provide you with well-designed routine to maintain a fuller life and happiness which can be sitting with you, having a chat with you, flicking through old family albums, reminiscing about the past or even just sit and watch television with you.

Our aim is to bring companionship along with independence of the individual to enjoy life.

It also provides peace of mind for family members who are unable to regularly visit, as they know their loved one is being cared for.

From a day out, to a cup of tea and a chat, our caregivers can help you to rediscover the quality of life you deserve.

Useful Contact

  • Age UK Advice Line

    0800 169 6565

  • Citizen Advice Bureau

    020 7833 2181

  • General Social Care Council

    0845 070 0630

  • Carers UK

    0808 808 7777

  • Action for Blind

    0800 915 4666

  • UK Home Care Association

    020 8661 8188

  • Disability Living Allowance

    Office@benefitsandwork.co.uk

  • Brent Council

    020 8937 1234

  • Harrow Council

    020 8901 2680

  • Ealing Council

    020 8825 5000

  • Barnet Council

    020 8359 2000

  • The Pensions Advisory Service

    0845 601 2923

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