Care in
the Home

  • Live in and Live out packages
  • Person centred
  • Bespoke care
  • Supporting independence
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We have over 25 years of specialist experience in providing high-quality complex care for people in their own homes.

Through our care in the home services we support children, young people and adults with a wide range of conditions, including: brain injury, spinal cord injury, neurological conditions and neurodegenerative diseases, respiratory conditions and gastro-intestinal conditions including PEG feeding.

“Prior to finding Active, there wasn’t a company who supported spinal injuries for people in their own homes. That’s why I love Active Care Group! I like to see my PA’s as friends.”

Roger, Client

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Tailored packages of care

We design tailored packages of care to fit with each person’s care needs, preferences and lifestyle. By providing bespoke one on one support we help our clients live positive, independent and active lives.

We’re committed to providing evidence-based high-quality care to help each individual achieve personal goals and the best outcomes. We also work with other client support organisations to provide a wider network of support.

“I have a bespoke care routine that suits my needs and has been adapted to my needs. The carers all follow it in the way I want.”

Client interviewed as part of our CQC report.

Expert care bespoke to you

Our expert care team delivers consistent, person-centred support to an individual on either a ‘live in’ or ‘live out’ basis.

Live in care and support
A ‘live in’ Personal Assistant (PA) lives with you in your own home and allows you, or your family member, to stay in familiar surroundings with one to one support that helps you to be more independent and live your best life.

PA’s duties may include getting you in and out of bed, washing, dressing, cleaning, shopping, toileting and general everyday living activities, and specialist clinical tasks such as bowel management and tracheostomy care. It may also be necessary to accompany you to work, social events and appointments or even on holiday. Our PAs are there to help you do what you want to do, be it preparing your favourite meal, or going out shopping, and you will be encouraged to do as much as you can for yourself.

“Staff help me to be independent by just doing the work they do. If my family had to care for me, I wouldn’t be independent. With a carer I can live alone, away from my family, how I choose to.”

Client interviewed as part of our CQC report.

Live out care and support
A ‘live out’ Personal Assistant (PA) allows you to live in your own home within familiar surroundings with access to care delivered daily or weekly to meet your personal needs.

A live out Personal Assistant will work one to one, or as part of a team, to support you in your own home with personal tasks and activities supporting you to be more independent and active.

PA’s duties may include getting you in and out of bed, washing, dressing, cleaning, shopping, toileting and general everyday living activities, as well as clinical tasks such as bowel management and tracheostomy care. It may also be necessary to accompany you to work, social events and appointments or even on holiday. Or, in the case of a child, the PA may accompany to school or college and will work closely with families.

The live out PA, will work shift patterns based on your needs; days, waking nights or sleeping nights and will be recruited specifically to work with you, or perhaps work with a small number of people in a specific area of the country.

“A very hardworking and special PA who has enriched my life and I've found so many new skills and activities I enjoy.”

Client

Highly trained best in class staff

We recruit staff that positively embrace our values. Our innovative and rigorous recruitment process means we only select the most committed and motivated PAs to work with our clients.

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on 01732 779353