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CARE4U2DAY Limited 

01442 : 213379

Our Service Charter

We specialised in working with our service users, patients, and families who require care & support in their own homes. We offer a flexible service of personalised care plans & visits that meets the needs of all people who live within our local community


Domiciliary Care (home care)

Domiciliary care is the name given to the range of services put in place to support individuals to stay in their own homes.

Dementia Care

Our specialist dementia care works to reduce the effects and symptoms of dementia, offering the individual and their families supported needs.   That's why families turn to home care than residential care

Palliative Care

Palliative care at home allows you to stay in the place you feel most comfortable, surrounded by memories and the people you love. With one-to-one support from a compassionate carer who is experienced in palliative care

Night Care

Night care provides constant, round-the-clock care from 10 pm to 7 am by a dedicated carer who will stay overnight.  We understand that being supported by or looking after a loved one with care needs can sometimes be overwhelming.

Companionship care

From day-to-day support – either at home or getting out and about – through to having a valuable confidant for shopping trips or travel, we offer companionship services to suit your every need.

Personal Care

Personal care means anything done that is of a personal nature. This may include tasks that are personal to you, such as bathing, showering, applying creams and lotions, dressing and toileting – extending to continence management and general laundry, all in the comfort of your own home.

Attendance Care

Our attendance care service is where your carer will attend all healthcare appointments with the service user, plus collections of any medication required

Social Care

While many people consider care to be supported with personal care or medication administration, we also focus on the other tasks many may forget such as running errands, grocery shopping, and support with social activities.