Why Choose Visiting Hourly Care?

Our loved ones often find it difficult to acknowledge that they may need a little help or support in their daily lives.

Visiting hourly home care (also known as domiciliary care) supports adults who are lonely, struggling to manage at home or need some help with their daily personal care, or help following a hospital discharge.

We understand that often these needs are only identified at a time of crisis, so we can arrange care to be in place within 24 hours of you contacting us.

Whether you are planning for your longer-term needs, convalescence, overnight care, respite or just require some companionship, we can put together a programme of visits tailored to your individual needs.

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I really appreciate the thought and care taken to make the visits interesting and enjoyable for my mother. She now looks forward to the company and it brightens her day.

Tricia, Stratford upon Avon

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Thanks to you and your staff once again for an impeccable, professional and friendly service.

M. Dowling, Kenilworth

What makes us different?

We only employ the best people – who have to pass our ‘Mum test’ i.e. would we allow them to look after our own loved ones?

We will never send a stranger, and where possible, we will send the same person.

Our standards are uncompromising, and we are very proud of our reputation for providing an outstanding service.

Our Carers complete regular Lateral Flow Covid-19 tests.

Our view is quality care cannot be provided in 15 or 30 minutes – so our minimum call duration is 1 hour.

We do not ask our staff to wear uniforms – so they just look like a family member or friend when out with our clients.

You will receive a bespoke care plan that clearly outlines what you can expect from us.

We arrive when you expect us – on time.

Our 24-Hour live-in care service can include:

Companionship and social support

Help with getting out and about

Support with administering medication

Meal preparation

Laundry and ironing

Support with bathing, toileting and dressing

Caring for a pet

How hourly care works


We carefully identify the right carer for you.


You remain in the comfort of your own home.


You benefit from around the clock support.


As much or little care as you require.


Our carers do not wear uniforms, so they look like a friend or companion


We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who ensure we provide a Safe, Caring, Effective, Responsive and Well-led service


Our carer becomes more like a friend.

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