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Home Care Services

Our friendly service enables you to remain in the familiar surroundings and comfort of your own home, receiving regular social care visits and services to suit your personal needs.


  • Assistance to start your day well

Help to get up, wash, shower or bathe, get dressed and have breakfast. That can also include help using the bathroom and toilet, cleaning your teeth, and shaving

  • Preparation for bed

Help with undressing and getting into bed.

  • Continence care

Including clinical waste service.

  • Help with grooming

Hair washing, drying, and combing, shaving, foot care, and personal hygiene management. Also help with choosing and looking after your clothes.

  • Healthcare

Managing your medication, recognising and discussing your health needs, and making appointments for you with healthcare professionals.

  • Food preparation

Support with making drinks, menu planning, food shopping, cooking and food preparation. 


One of our team of Care Workers can visit you or accompany you and add a vital human element to your day.  


They will become a trusted, friendly face, someone to share your interests with, while offering companionship. 


  • Going to collect pension or visiting the bank 

  • Shopping for food, clothes or other items 

  • Going to leisure activities 

  • Enjoying a chat over a cup of tea 

  • Company while doing crafts or hobbies 

  • Playing cards, chess, draughts, etc 

  • Going to a day service 

  • Visiting a community centre 

  • Using public transport 

  • Company and transport for doctor and hospital appointments 


Social Care Academy's service enables you to remain in your own home, as independently as possible, while being fully supported by a live-in Care Worker. 


Social Care Academy can care for people with the following needs: 

  • Daily activities 

  • Companionship 

  • Cooking meals 

  • Domestic duties 

  • Shopping 

  • Accessing local support 


Advantages of having a live-in carer 

  • Dedicated care- dedicated one-to-one care 

  • Peace of mind - live safe in the knowledge that someone is available to help if there is a problem 

  • Holidays and way of life - able to go on holidays with a full-time care worker 

  • Specialist care workers - Our live -in care workers are specially trained to deal with such conditions as dementia, Parkinson’s, stroke and more 


End of life care

Our home support services help individuals to keep on top of daily living tasks, giving you more time and energy to spend on socialising, hobbies and activities.

We understand that people’s needs can change on a day-to-day basis, which is why we offer flexible, customisable support to all our service users. Clients can pick and choose how to spend their time with a Care Worker, and will always be charged at the same rate. Our range of services for home help include:

  • Domestic cleaning

  • Shopping help

  • Laundry

  • Light meal preparation

  • Befriending

  • Personal assistance

  • Activities and outings

Each Care Worker is an excellent listener and compassionate. Social Care Academy offers people a helping hand and a visit from a friendly face so that you, your family and friends can make the most of the time you spend together.

All our care staff complete extensive training to ensure they become excellent Care Workers. They know how to respond to individual situations, and understand how to respect your dignity and privacy.

  • provide or arrange  personal care, if you need it

  • advise on pain and symptom control

  • provide practical and emotional support for you and your carers at home

  • improves quality of life

  • gives relief from pain and other distressing symptoms

  • supports life and keeping people as healthy as possible, regarding dying as a normal process

  • doesn’t quicken or postpone death

  • combines psychological and spiritual aspects of care

  • offers a support system to help people live as actively as possible until death

  • offers a support system to help the family cope during a person’s treatment and in bereavement

  • uses a team approach to address the needs of the person who is ill and their families

  • also applies to the earlier stages of illness, alongside other therapies that are aimed at prolonging life 

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