As you get older you may find that the tasks you were previously able to complete have become a challenge. People struggling to manage their day-to-day life often become worried that this marks the end of independence in their own home
At some point you or a loved one may require extra support to continue living comfortably, this is true for millions of elderly people across the United Kingdom. For many, staying home whilst receiving support is the ideal scenario and provides a highly sort after balance; cosy surroundings, a familiar environment and assistance when needed.
High-quality care is something we should all have access to when the time comes.
However, with so many autonomous care providers operating across the country, maintaining this standard requires a dedicated body to oversee things.
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