The Good Care Group
Service has Local Offer
Live in Care by The Good Care Group offers a great alternative to residential care. With a 24 hour live in carer, you will be provided with a professional and personalised service within the comfort of your own home. Staying in safe and familiar surroundings can greatly improve your quality of life, helping you maintain your independence whilst also receiving the support you require. Clients who receive live in care by The Good Care Group see an improved quality of life and well-being, fewer falls and a reduced decline in function.
In addition to general care and support, we also have specialist services for complex conditions such as dementia, parkinson’s, MS and stroke rehabilitation. We provide permanent care placements, and periods of short term respite care following hospital discharge, in an emergency or if your primary family carer needs to take a break or holiday.
We understand that choice, comfort and dignity are essential to happiness; this is why we carefully match our expertly trained carers to each and every client, considering their needs and personality.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Head office
120, Leman Street
- E1 8EU
- Available on Request
- Other notes
Services Offered Live in Care Dementia Care Day Care Respite Care Post OP Care CQC The Good Care Group is a CQC registered and Care Inspectorate regulated care provider. We specialise in providing 24-hour live-in care at home for individuals with disabilities and the elderly on a permanent or respite basis across England and Scotland. The Good Care Group is the UK's most accredited and awarded domiciliary care provider. A career in live-in care offers a secure and fulfilling job but also free accommodation as carers live in the clients home. At The Good Care Group, we offer daily rate and monthly earnings, training programmes, subsidised flights during the peak seasons and salaries above market rates.
This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations