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“Cotswold Carers provide an excellent service, delivering high levels of care in a professional manner, but always with a friendly face and smile; listening to mum and ensuring the care given meets her needs.”- Ms C
“From the first conversation I had with Cotswold Carers regarding care for a relative, I felt a good connection and understanding of the care required. the care was put in place nearly 3 months ago now and the care provided and communication from all the carers has been excellent. nothing seems to be too much trouble. They certainly have the client’s best interests at heart and I would recommend them without hesitation.”-Mrs G
With our Care Specialists on hand to answer your every question, you’re never on your own.
Home care offers the extra support, reassurance and companionship that may be needed for you to continue living at home as independently as is possible.
Not all homecare is regulated. By choosing a regulated provider you are opting for a service that is managed from start to finish by a specialist care manager and their support team.
We are Registered with the CQC. Therefore we have an annual inspection. We welcome these inspections and offer them as proof of our commitment to supply a safe and caring service.
Domiciliary care, sometimes called home care, is rapidly becoming a popular alternative to residential and nursing care. Domiciliary care enables those with varying care needs (through illness, long-term medical issues or old age) to remain in their own home indefinitely, or for a longer period of time than was previously possible.
Home care can be offered in a number of capacities – and the intensity and frequency of visits will depend on individual circumstances and care needs. Some only need intensive domiciliary care for short periods of time, whilst others simply need low-level, long-term care.
Domiciliary care, also called dom care, can also be offered to young people, children and adults with temporary or permanent care needs and is not an exclusive service for the elderly alone.
The main advantage of homecare is that it is carried out in a person’s own home, eliminating the need for them to spend large amounts of time in hospital and enabling them to stay in their own home indefinitely, if not for a longer period of time than would normally have been possible before domiciliary care was an option.
Domiciliary care can be either on a short term basis, where a carer may come to your home for up to an hour up to a carer living with you 24 hours per day. This is known as live in care and is increasingly becoming an option for people that do not want to go into a care home but want the comfort of having someone on hand to help them