24-Hour Response Service

 We provide as much or as little support as needed to help people live independently


We provide 24-hour domiciliary care services to help people with reduced ability to care for themselves, enabling them to stay living in their own homes.

Our services include physical assistance, domestic services, rehabilitation and social support, for people who need our help and to provide respite for their carers.

We provide as much or as little support as needed to help people live independently and to maintain or improve their overall well–being.

We work with individuals to develop a care support plan tailored to personal needs and resources, helping them to make key decisions about the services they receive so that they always stay in control. We strive to ensure that we match clients with the care workers or team of care workers that best suits their needs and requirements.

Domiciliary Services available from Care Expertise are designed to empower clients to enable greater independence, and include:

  • Domestic services
  • Meal provision
  • Companionship - Escort for holidays, social activities
  • Shopping
  • Prompting and administering medication
  • Specialised care:  for example, for people with dementia or Alzheimer’s
  • Personal care
  • Continence care
  • 24-hour care
  • Live-in care worker
  • Home from hospital care
  • Respite for main carer

OUR SERVICES: The very best in professional care, delivered with understanding and sensitivity.

24HR RESPONSE SERVICE: domiciliary care and services, for those wishing to remain as independent as possible in their own homes.

CONDITIONS SUPPORTED: Include Physical Disabilities, Older People, Mental Health needs, Autistism, Asperger's, Dementia, Alzheimer

Regulated Service: Personal Care.

Care Organiser provides care and support to people living in ‘supported living’ settings so that they can live as independently as possible. People’s care and housing are provided under separate contractual agreements. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) only inspects where people receive personal care. This is help with tasks related to personal hygiene and eating. Where they do, we also consider any wider social care provided.
~ CQC Report, April 2021.