New Shepherd Care
At New Shepherd Care we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care. We ONLY take on 20 Clients at any given time in order to guarantee this, and provide care on a more personal level.
All our staff are fully trained, checked, and monitored, so you will be in very safe hands!
We understand that care needs change as people change, therefore, we are completely flexible and responsive to all changes.
New Shepherd Care was established by two brothers who were living with their grandmother and witnessing different carers struggle to provide quality home care due to lack of organisation and time and most of all an overwhelming amount of paperwork.
Grandma Tina wanted to stay at home alone but unfortunately she is living with dementia, and the care provided for her whilst at home was inconsistent, old-fashioned and chaotic, inspiring the brothers to initiate change.
At New Shepherd Care we provide home care in the Hertfordshire area and our head-office is located in the heart of Watford.
Our vision is to empower our clients by providing advanced care in the comfort of their own homes, whilst also using innovative care methods and modern technology to provide their loved ones with complete transparency and peace of mind at all times.
Last Updated: 4th September, 2023
Quality recognition and indicator awards
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Registered with the care regulator for England
Date of registration: 1/02/2019
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Award or recognition:
Hertfordshire Care Provider Association Silver Membership 2019
Watford Chambers of Commerce Member 2019
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