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What is Home Care?

Home Care is personal assistance around activities for daily living. Ensuring that you or your loved one has support in all areas of personal hygiene and grooming that an individual may find a challenge to carry out themselves.

Our personal care workers support in all areas – bathing, showering, dressing hair care, oral care or medication administration. Care and Support is not just limited to these tasks, as our care workers will assist in all areas of an individual’s personal care routine and they ensure that tasks are carried out with the individual ensuring enable our clients and not increase on dependency. 

Home Care offers individuals all the support and comfort care workers can provide within the familiarity of their own home. It is a superb choice for those who still want to live in their own home yet still need some help with tasks that are a little out of reach. Home care also grants clients an incredible sense of companionship, as the unique care services that make up Home Care easily invites plenty of friendly interaction.

While other care services aim to accommodate and encourage a rich and fulfilling life within a client’s own home, home care helps to support you in almost every way imaginable. Due to the diverse selection of services available from Curant Care, Home care is a fantastic care service for essentially any client and can make a significant difference to your quality of life.

How Home Care works?

Home care is a broad term used to refer to caring and supporting individuals with personal hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining your personal appearance.

It can cover, but is not limited to:

  • Bathing and showering, including bed-baths
  • Medication Administration
  • Applying lotions and creams as required
  • Dressing/undressing and getting up or ready for bed
  • Oral hygiene
  • Applying make-up, and hair care
  • Support with shaving
  • Foot care, especially if you are diabetic need to be extra vigilant with your feet
  • Helping you to the toilet, including using a commode or other toileting aids
  • Changing incontinence pads
  • Moving and re-positioning in bed, to bed sores
  • Changing or maintaining a stoma or catheter bag, or other form of clinical intervention
Medication Reminders

Medication Reminders

Timely prompts to take medication, hydrate, and other wellness needs.

Staying Active

Staying Active

Support you to keep moving and remain healthy, from a simple walk to specific exercises.

Meal Prep & Groceries

From food shopping to planning and preparing healthy meals you’ll love.

Transportation

Transportation

Wherever you’re going, get a ride in a comfortable car — or yours if you prefer.

Light Housekeeping

Light Housekeeping

Doing dishes or washing, taking out the rubbish, plus seasonal projects.

Personal Care & Hygiene

Personal Care & Hygiene

Assistance with dressing, washing, bathing, and toileting. Always respectful and professional

Companionship

Companionship

Completing activities, building friendships, and creating new interests

Check-in Visits

Check-in Visits

A skilled care advisor can be there in as little as 2 hours to check in on you or a loved one.

In getting to know you as a person, your care plan will outline your likes and dislikes, the hygiene or beauty products you want to use and what – and who – you feel most comfortable with. Specific tasks, will always be outlined in your support plan with specific instructions for your carer.

Each carer is expertly trained to provide personal care in a way that is discreet and respectful of your personal boundaries. They undertake extensive training where they learn the importance of enabling your dignity and independence at all times.

Even though carers are trained to provide all aspects of personal care, there may be some things you’d prefer to do for yourself. A good carer will always give you space when you want it and encourage your independence wherever they can.

What are the benefits of Home Care?

There are as many benefits to home care as there are distinct services available. Not only does the nature of of home care lend itself well to virtually any one, it also means that it is all completed within the comfort of yours or a loved one’s own home. Tending to a loved one in the familiar surroundings of their own home can help with either a recovery or simply maintaining their preferred lifestyle by leaps and bounds as opposed to the likes of a care home.

Above all else it’s the startling variety of care services that makes home care a brilliant choice. Almost any care requirement imaginable is able to be tended to with home care, and thanks to the diverse abilities of the diligent care workers that assist with personal care you or your loved one will not only be in good hands but those that are able to adapt to new requests and needs.

Those recovering from an illness or injury can also benefit from the many different services offered by home care, as these include assisting or applying medication, balms or lotions as well as treating specific areas of the body.

If you are experiencing an illness or recovering from an injury, your personal care can be a challenge. Our team of care workers are able to assist in all areas of personal care ensuring that your wishes and preferences around your personal care routine are maintained. Your required medication is administered and you are assisted with your pain management and pressure care comfort. Our care workers ensure that they have a holistic approach to assisting and supporting you back on the road to recovery.

 

How to arrange Personal Care

With a dedicated customer team just a phone call away, who will talk through all of your needs with you and arrange a consultation with a local care manager – it couldn’t be easier to arrange home care.

Step 1: Speak to our team

Call us on 01323 914499 or 01622 22999 or send us a message to request a call back. Our customer team are available to talk to you seven days a week

Step 2: A home care assessment

Your local Curant Care manager will visit you to discuss your requirements face-to-face and learn about the type of care you’re looking for.

Step 3: Care begins with extra support

We’ll make all the arrangements for the start of your care – whether that’s introducing you to your visiting carers or working with you to find the right live-in carer for you. After that, your care manager offers regular reviews, carer supervisions and extra support as needed.

Curant Care Proposal

  • Why Choose Us
  • Price Guide
  • Funding Options

As a specialist Home Care provider in England, we’re passionate about providing the highest quality of care. Every single moment of care has the opportunity to change someone’s life for the better. That’s why we place so much importance on finding and training the very best carers and carefully managing the full process for our customers.

Our care workers are people who make each and every day count. Learn more about our care workers expertise and what makes a Curant Care Worker so special.

Why our care workers are simply the best

While the wealth of skills and experience that our care workers have is key, what makes the real difference are their personalities and characters.

Each and every one of our staff is passionate about the people they support within their local communities, and fully committed to providing you with the very best possible care, with dignity, respect and compassion.

A rigorous selection process

Our selection process is thorough and in-depth. In fact, only 2% of all applicants meet our high standards and make it through to becoming a care worker.

The selection process for care workers involves background checks, interview stages, practical training from our experts and the opportunity to shadow an experienced care worker before they start work.

At every stage, our experts are checking whether each candidate is the right fit for the job and for Curant Care.

Our commitment to training excellence

The skills that our care workers have are second to none. Each care worker joining our team is trained by our expert trainers before starting work.

Directly employed by us, every care worker also receives ongoing personal development and support from their locally based manager. This includes completing the Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care, which is the industry recognised qualification for care professionals. Furthermore, their professional development does not stop there, we are committed at supporting our care staff all the way up to the Level 5 management and leadership in health and social care if that is what they aspire to achieve.

We provide specialist training in conditions such as stroke and dementia. When our bespoke training is added to a care workers existing skills and care experience, we really do have a winning combination.

It’s best to call us for an exact price of our visiting care services as the cost is very much dependent on your needs. We’re here for you seven days a week.

Quality care you can trust

We employ the very best carers to give you the very best care at home.

  • Prices are from £21.00 per hour for one-to-one personal home care
  • Flexible costs for visits lasting 30, 45 or 60 minutes
  • Free home visit from your local care specialist to assess your needs
  • Free ongoing checks to make sure we’re delivering the right level of care


With Curant Care, you can be assured there are no hidden fees. Call us for an exact quote and to learn more about the funding options available.

You may be entitled to government funding, benefits or allowances that can help with the costs of visiting care

Funding options include:

  • Healthcare funding through the NHS
  • Social care funding from your local authority – we accept direct payment top-ups
  • Pension credits or savings credits
  • Allowances such as the Carer’s Allowance, Disability Living Allowance and the Constant
  • Attendance Allowance
  • Council tax benefits
  • Using an Immediate Needs Annuity to pay for long-term care


Our friendly team is here to advise on funding options and point you in the right direction.

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