Chelmsford

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We provide expert support for people with a range of requirements both at home and through supported living.

We understand how valuable support in the home can be in enabling people to continue living independently. Our support workers provide a wide range of services for people with physical disabilities, children and families and people entering later life. This includes a sensitive end of life service which supports people to remain at home surrounded by friends and family rather than moving into a hospice.

We also provide supported accommodation for around 30 residents. This is a great option for older people and those living with learning disabilities who require access to round the clock care, but do not want to move into full residential care. Each person lives in a specially designed flat, complete with all the facilities they need to remain truly independent. Our expert team delivers support with daily living activities such as cooking or cleaning, and access to personal and medical care when needed.

Although we offer a wide diversity of different services, we view every person we work with as an individual with their own unique goals and aspirations. We work closely with each person to understand how we can support them to live life in the way they want. We call this approach person centred support and it reflects our belief that support services should fit in around the customer, not the other way around. This approach is highly successful in helping the people we work with live more fulfilling and enjoyable lives.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team will be happy to help.

Our services 
24 hour care
Companionship
Home from hospital support
Home help
Housekeeping
Live-in care & support
Personal care
Respite care

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April 11th 2014

With 11 eggs on a traditional simnel or apostle cake in mind, the specialist dementia team at Care UK has come up with 11 ways to make the most of the Easter holiday when you are caring for a loved one who has dementia.

January 31st 2014

Care UK's Health Care division has unveiled its privacy and dignity policy to mark national Dignity Action Day on 1st February – with a vow that people’s interests must always come first.

December 20th 2013

We all want Christmas to be a time of fun and magic, but stress can tarnish even the brightest of baubles so the specialist dementia team at Care UK have come up with 12 festive tips for Christmas for people caring for a loved one who has dementia...

April 10th 2014

A report by the Nuffield Trust’s Quality Watch programme has issued a stark warning about the damaging effect cuts to social services spending is having on older people. The report concludes that the true scale of the impact is unknown because of...

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