Active Homecare Ltd was started by myself Laura Hayman in January 2019. I had previously worked within community settings for many years, as a registered community nurse and specialist District nurse, caring for people with all manners of health, social and cultural needs within their own home. I found working within the community setting that personalised community care services were limited, for this reason I wanted to set up my own homecare service that provides safe, dignified, compassionate care to people that wish to have care within the comfort of their own home.
Our small Active Homecare Team support each other like a family, we strive to enhance our carers knowledge, further careers and ensure we provide high quality personalised care. We believe in effective communication to ensure each persons care is personal to them.
We provide support around the following categories (but not limited to):
Reduced Mobility and Frailty
Sensory Impairment Support
End Of Life Care
Personal Care (washing, showering and dressing)
Assistance with medication
Domestic Tasks (cleaning, shopping and attending appointments)
Changing of Catheter Bags
Our Mission Statement
The mission of Active Homecare Ltd is to provide quality home care services to our Client’s. We seek to help meet the needs of our Clients and their families ensuring they are cared for with dignity, respect and compassion. We are dedicated to accomplishing these services in a highly professional and dignified manner, in an atmosphere most beneficial and cost effective to the Client.
Last Updated: 7th May, 2020
Quality recognition and indicator awards
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Registered with the care regulator for England
Date of registration: https://www.cqc.org.uk/sites/default/files/new_reports/INS2-6570802041.pdf
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Award or recognition:
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