Bolton

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We provide expert support in Bolton for people who need any degree of support, but want to continue living at home.

Since Care UK took over the service in Bolton we have been expanding the services offered to local people. We can now offer help for older people including individuals living with dementia, as well as continuing healthcare and support for people with physical or learning disabilities. 

At any one time, our support workers are caring for around 250 people in the area. However, we always provide care in a way which is special to each person’s needs. Support workers fit in around our customers’ lifestyle delivering support in a way which enhances lives rather than interrupts them.

We always match our support workers with the people they support. Companionship is important and anyone who comes to Care UK for care services will receive support from people they will get on well with. It all makes the process more enjoyable and effective for everyone.

We cover the following areas:

Astley Bridge, Bromley cross, Harwood, Sharples, Breightmet, Tongemoor, Halliwell, Smithills, Farnworth, Kearsley, Stoneclough, Lady bridge, Heaton

Use the table to see a full list of the categories of services we offer. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.

What’s new at Bolton

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Health news

December 23rd 2014

Everyone wants Christmas to be magical but all too often it can become stressful as family members’ different needs and expectations collide. Maizie Mears-Owen offers advice on how to survive Christmas and support relatives with dementia.

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.

January 30th 2015

We all like to remember the good times – holidays or days out with friends and family, birthdays and Christmases full of fun – but for people living with dementia, reminiscing can be of real benefit to their health and wellbeing.

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