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We deliver help for people who require support in their own home.

Our team is dedicated to finding new ways to help people live the life they want. Everyone values their independence and wants to retain control over how they live for as long as possible. This is why good home support can be so valuable - it helps people continue living at home, among friends and family and live life in the way they want. Our team in Birmingham provides support for older people, including those living with dementia, and adults with physical disabilities.

Services our home support teams provide might include anything from basic personal care - such as help with housework, cooking and administering medicine, to helping people get into town or attend doctors' appointments. Our support workers also give people a valuable sense of companionship and can support people in enjoying new experiences, arranging outings or even going on holiday.

Key to our services is our commitment to provide a service which is centred around people’s individual requirements. We work closely with each person to understand their background, personality, lifestyle and aspirations to come up with an approach which is truly centred around their needs.

Our team has the dedication and passion to continue doing the best for our customers. We all pull together with the same goal: to help the people we support live more fulfilling lives.

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December 12th 2014

 Care UK today announced the appointment with immediate effect of Phil Whitecross as Chief Financial Officer.

November 28th 2014

Maizie Mears-Owens, Care UK’s head of dementia services, has found a new way to gently lead loved ones living with dementia into the festive season and increase their wellbeing.

July 30th 2014

A national study has revealed just 28 per cent of adults would have their parents live with them if they needed full-time care, 32 per cent wouldn’t let their parents move in, and 36 per cent would have to seriously think about it.

December 18th 2014

The Health Survey for England has revealed that in 2013 around a quarter of the country’s adults were obese (26 per cent of men and 24 per cent of women).

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