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"Very pleased, I feel safe with the staff" (Client)

"It's very difficult to improve a service
as good as this."

"My respite worker is wonderful with my mother. I couldn't have anyone better." (Client)

"...care and treatment was planned and delivered in a way that was intended to ensure people's safety and welfare." (CQC Report 2013)

"Age UK is excellent, they really provide good training."
(Staff member)

"I would just like you to know how grateful I am when your lovely ladies take my husband out for a few hours and I can meet up with my friends."

"We have gained every trust in Christine especially the professional but friendly, caring way she handles mum in
awkward situations."


"Well done on making such a great service so individual."


"I think this is the best job in the world. I go out to bless and be blessed myself." (Staff member)


"...people receive support in a way
that meets their needs and promotes their safety."
(CQC Report 2013)


"Harry has been a godsend to Dad. He so looks forward to his visits and we really appreciate the service you give." (Client)


"I think it's a very good service, the carers are all approachable and you can have a laugh with them."


"...staff regularly refreshed their understanding and knowledge in a range of topics which included, first aid, safeguarding vulnerable adults from abuse, fire awareness, health and safety, food hygiene, infection control and medication awareness.
(CQC Report 2013)


"I keep my respite visits upbeat; laughter is an important part of our time together." (Staff member)


Time out of the house with
the support you need

For some people, whether due to mobility issues, disability, mental health challenges or just a lack of confidence, getting out and about alone can be difficult, if not impossible.

Our staff can take you where you would like to go and stay with you to provide care and company. The destination is your choice and we have been asked for help with many different types of outings.

Whether you want help to do simple everyday tasks such as grocery shopping or would like a day out at the seaside, our staff can support you to achieve it.

• Grocery shopping

• Visiting a café or restaurant

• Christmas shopping

• Attending a church service

• Visiting a garden centre

• Seeing a film or performance at the cinema/theatre

• Hospital, hospice or care home visiting

• Laying flowers in a cemetery or church yard

• Doctors and dental appointments

• Going to social activities and clubs

Out and about

We help older people with dementia, physical frailty, learning difficulties and those who just feel more confident and safe with someone alongside them.

Please contact us to talk about the support you need to get out and about. Whatever the reason for the trip or wherever you want to go, our staff will support you to achieve it and to enjoy it. You can also complete our online enquiry form and we’ll call you back.


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