The Good Care Group is the UK's most awarded live in care provider. We have had more award wins and nominations than any other provider, testament to our commitment to quality of care. We are also regulated and approved by the care quality commission (CQC) and have achieved the highest possible ratings during our most recent inspections.
We specialise in providing 24 hour live in care at home on a permanent or respite basis. All our live in carers are trained and employed directly by The Good Care Group rather than relying on agency staff, this enables us to provide a more consistent service and higher quality of care than other live in care providers while our costs are similar to those of care homes.
Live-in care is particularly suitable as an alternative to a care home for people with Dementia and a range of other conditions which make living alone difficult. At The Good Care Group we employ a nurse-led approach to dementia care and employ an experienced consultant Admiral nurse to oversee our delivery of dementia care in the home.
If you are interested in finding our more about how live-in care works, or whether it may be suitable for a loved one who needs professional care then please call us on 0203 728 7577 to speak to one of our trained advisors.
At The Good Care Group we understand that selecting a live in care provider for a vulnerable loved one is a difficult and important responsibility.
That’s why when you select The Good Care Group as a live in care provider you do not only receive the highest possible standard of care from our experienced carers but you also get the peace of mind which comes from our professional support team and regional care managers who will always be available should you have any concerns about your family members care arrangements.
From the outset we take great care to ensure care arrangements are tailored to the exact needs of the individual. This includes matching clients to carers based on their interests and personalities and ensuring continuity of care by employing all our live in carers directly.
To discuss the care needs of your loved one and to find out more about how live in care works and the costs involved please call one of our advisors on 0203 728 7577 or complete our enquiry form and one of our team will get straight back to you.
Dr Penny Hibberd
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