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Home and Community Services


Home and Community Services is one of the leading providers of culturally appropriate homecare services for the black and ethnic minorities in and around Tower Hamlets and other neighbouring boroughs since 2001.

We provide care and support with respect and dignity in your own home, personalised to meet your needs. If you are responsible for paying for your own care with a personal budget, direct payments or personal funds we can help.

We offer support to enable you to direct your own care, according to the ways you want to live your life. Our aim is to support people so they enjoy life as independently as possible. We provide personal care to people in their own homes who require such support in order to remain independent. This service can be arranged through social services or privately.

We help people create their own plans to measure progress over time and work towards improving quality of life according to what's important for the individual.

Who is it for?

  • from occasional help to 24/7 live-in care
  • people with:
    • dementia - early onset and advanced
    • physical disabilities
    • sensory loss or dual sensory loss
    • mental health problems
    • learning disabilities
  • children and their families
  • people who require care after a stay in hospital
  • palliative care
  • respite for family carers.

To use our services

To make a referral or to know more about our services please speak to a member of our operational team telephone 020 7001 2270 or drop us an email to

We will arrange a convenient time to visit you at home when we can design your support plan together.

What is the cost?

As we have such a wide range of services, we can provide a support package tailor-made for you and to suit your budget.

Details of cost and service breakdown will be available on request.


Who is it for?

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Physical Disabilities
  • Long Term Health Conditions
  • Older People (50+)
  • Health Conditions
  • Mental Health Conditions

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