Daily visiting homecare in and around Saffron Walden for adults of all ages
“She is a wonderful person, always kind and very hardworking. She is never late coming to me. She is a lovely carer ad we enjoy our chats together. .” -Mrs S, client in Essex, 17/11/2017
Our Visiting Homecare Service
Our visiting homecare service provides care and support for adults living in and around Saffron Walden. Conveniently based in Little Chesterford, our administration centre is at the heart of the area we serve. This enables us to provide our clients with a flexible and responsive care service which is genuinely community-based.
We are Saffron Walden’s very own visiting care provider
Our hourly visiting care service is designed for adults who require regular help or support in their own home. The aim of the service is to provide people with whatever level of assistance they might need to continue living safely and independently at home.
Ours is not a “one size fits all” service
At Chesterford Homecare, we are flexible and the support we provide is designed around the needs of the individual.
Whether it’s regular assistance with the shopping or house-keeping that is required or occasional help to get to appointments with the hairdresser, doctor, or dentist, or daily assistance with any aspect of personal care, our trained and experienced care staff will be delighted to provide whatever help is needed.
Need care urgently? Call today and we can start tomorrow 08000 4118636
We aim to be flexible and provide support to meet the full range of individual needs
Our homecare support includes
- Personal care (help with washing, bathing, showering etc)
- Assistance with medication
- Night-time or overnight care
- Supporting people with, for example, dementia, Parkinson’s or MS to continue living in their own home
- Supporting people who are approaching the end of life to remain in their own home
- Help with cooking or the preparation of food
- A respite sitting service, available to adults of all ages, to enable their loved ones, or other carers, to take regular breaks from caring
- A companionship service to combat loneliness and isolation, particularly among the elderly
- Housework (cleaning, washing and ironing)
- Assistance to get to appointments (e.g. doctor, dentist, hospital, physio etc)
- Assistance with shopping and social visits