Homecare support & services
Through our homecare we provide a wide range of live in care services to people who need help and support – whether that’s due to old age, illness, disability or infirmity.
We work with people of all ages and can help with complex conditions such as learning disabilities or dementia, as well as supporting people who just need a bit of extra help around the house.
Our dedicated professionals understand that everyone is different. This is why we tailor our homecare to the unique needs of the person we’re looking after - helping them to live as full a life as possible in the comfort of their own home.
Discover versatile, quality and comprehensive homecare with Mitie
With a focus on quality, we pride ourselves on delivering a homecare service that you would choose for yourself or a loved one. We know that cost is a key issue for the healthcare sector, but so is quality and our services deliver excellence in both areas.
With over 60 care agency branches across England and Wales, we’re a vital part of the communities we work in and we’re passionate about delivering a local homecare service. This means local branches, local care workers, and a dedication to creating lasting partnerships with stakeholders in the local community – GPs, District Nurses, Social Workers, and welfare and care groups.
Our range of homecare services includes:
- Help at home
- Live-in care
- Domestic support
- Meal preparation
- Medication support
- Personal care
- Respite services
- Re-ablement services
- End-of-life care
If you’re looking for quality homecare services, look no further and visit our MiHomecare website at www.mihomecare.com
- Specialists in nurse-led complex healthcare in the homeComplete Care
is a leading provider of nurse-led complex healthcare in the home. We work closely with the children and adults in our care to enable them to lead full and independent lives.
Find out more about what we do at: www.completecare.co.uk
The Care Agency
- A live-in care agency specialising in a carer introductory service.The Care Agency
introduces live-in carers to those who may have otherwise had to move into a nursing or residential home.