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Care Solution Bureau - Home care

£20

per hour

Commissioned service

Whether you need just a few hours a day or 24 hours, 7 days a week, Care Solution Bureau are flexible to provide you with a full care service to match all of the needs of you and your family. We go that extra mile to ensure all your care needs are met.

Once you make the steps towards choosing us as a provider, we'll liaise with you in order to draw up a detailed care package based upon your needs and requirements, as well as highlight any additional assistance you may need in the future. Each of our care packages are designed to be flexible and with you in mind so you can be assured of getting the very best value for your money. We are always happy and willing to adjust our services as is necessary for your requirements.

Service may be available at reduced rates for those who are eligible for council-funded social care. Contributions are based on a financial assessment undertaken by the council. Please contact us for an accurate quote.

Home care services

If you don't see something listed that's essential to your needs, then feel free to simply ask us, and we'll do our very best to accommodate you so we can deliver 100%.

  • personal care
    • help with bathing
    • assistance with dressing
    • assistance with personal grooming
    • help with incontinence care
    • morning/wake up service
    • evening/tuck in service
  • medication
    • collecting prescriptions
    • medication reminders
  • respite for carers

  • dementia and Alzheimer's care

  • housekeeping
    • dusting and vacuuming
    • help with washing and ironing
    • making beds
  • meals
    • help with general shopping
    • meal preparation and storage
    • assistance with eating
    • monitoring diet and eating
  • appointments and travel
    • arranging appointments
    • helping with travel arrangements
    • eEscorting client to appointments
  • supervising home maintenance
  • social
    • stimulating mental awareness through games or discussions
    • participating in hobbies and crafts
    • help with reading.

      Who is it for?

      • Older People (50+)
      • Palliative / end of life care
      • Dementia
      • Carers
      • Learning Disabilities
      • Mental Health Conditions
      • Long Term Health Conditions
      • Autism
      • Physical Disabilities

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