Compassionate home care in Manchester

Feeling in control of your own life is important

If you’re looking for home care in Manchester that gives you exactly the level of support you or your loved one needs to live safely and independently at home, then you’ve come to the right place.

We work around our clients’ lifestyle and routine and can visit day or night to provide bespoke care.

Home care services include:

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Personal care

Our team can help you or your loved one with everyday tasks that have become difficult, such as getting up in the morning, washing, dressing, and continence care.

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Support with medication

We offer peace of mind that your loved one is taking the right medication at the right time. From keeping track of which medication to take and when, to checking prescriptions with the pharmacy, just let us know what you need.

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Domestic assistance

We can help with all aspects of everyday life such as washing, cleaning, ironing, making the bed, or any other support you need around the house.

 

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Meal preparation

Tell us your or your loved one’s favourite dishes and your carer will support with chopping vegetables, following a recipe or they can simply cook for you and serve nutritious meals in your own kitchen. We’ll even do the washing up afterwards.

 

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Shopping

Whether you or your loved one prefer to shop in person, send us out with a list, or need help ordering online, we’ll make sure the cupboards are stocked.

 

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Social support

We’ll help you or your loved one to get out and about to attend appointments, socialise, or share a hobby. And we’re always happy to join in - we’ve already been horse riding, bowling and swimming!

 

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Companionship

If you or your loved one fancy a chat over coffee, want to share concerns or put the world to rights, we’re great listeners and our carers enjoy these visits as much as you do.

 

“You started helping with mum in October 2018, after she had had a fall. The care staff soon gained her trust and she soon began to look forward to her morning visits. This was a great help for me.”

Mrs Cole