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Care UK’s Doncaster branch is new – we only went live in September 2013

However, we’re already tailoring what we do to meet the diverse needs of the people who use our service.

Who we support

Our team provides around 8,000 hours of high quality tailored care per week to scores of people across the Doncaster area with a wide range of needs. We support people of all ages who have learning disabilities – the youngest is 17, the oldest 97. We provide support to people in their own homes or in supported living settings.

Our approach

Our contract, from Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, is the largest of its kind to have been awarded for some time. Our 300+ team includes many experienced care professionals from the local NHS Trust and includes support workers through to registered learning disability nurses. Each person brings different expertise and qualities to their work, but we all share the same approach. We tailor what we do to the individual we’re working with, actively supporting them and putting them at the heart of everything we do so that they can achieve positive outcomes.

Our approach is open and transparent. Some of our team have been working with the same service users for many years, so their experience is hugely valuable. We listen to their ideas and support them to put them into practice.  We’re always keen to hear new suggestions and ideas for improving the service – from staff and service users alike – so that we can make the Doncaster service stand out from any other.

Our services 
24 hour care
Day or night sitting service
Domestic support
Learning disabilities support at home
Live-in care & support
Personal care

What’s new at Doncaster

Our news

Health news

November 10th 2014

Care UK is very pleased to have reached an in principle three year agreement with Unison representatives to address all outstanding issues regarding pay in the local Doncaster learning disability service. 

September 4th 2014

Care UK held a scheduled meeting with Unison earlier today to ask the union to seriously consider pay proposals.

August 26th 2014

We are extremely disappointed that a small minority of activists are seeking to continue strike action as a political platform at the expense of 130 adults with learning disabilities

November 21st 2014

The Mental Health Foundation has described a revelation that local authorities spend just 1.4 per cent of their public health budgets on mental health as “a great concern”.

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