Each and every day, our care workers provide care services to thousands of people across the UK. Whether it’s live-in care, help at home or complex care, the services we provide enable people to live a more independent life in their own home.
Here are just a few stories about how we help some of our customers:
James is 86 years old and suffered from a stroke in 2013 which left him unable to walk without help. Our care worker, Chris Reed, provides personal care and respite services.
Jessie is 104 years old and lives in sheltered housing in Brighton. Jessie is able to live on her own but Patricia, her care worker, visits once a week to provide the extra support that Jessie needs.
Simon suffered from a stroke that left him unable to walk without help, and reliant on the use of a wheelchair. Simon has been able to remain living in his own home with the help of Figure, his live-in care worker.
Anthony has Parkinson’s disease, which affects his movement, making walking difficult. Anthony lives with his wife but we help by providing personal care services four times a week.
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