Hampshire Live-in Care Agency
Leading UK Live-in Care Agency providing 24-hour live in care helping you live the way you want
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Here at Angelicare, we provide a 24-hour Live-in care service, specialising in Home Care and Live-in Care across Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire and across the UK.
It’s time to talk to us.
Step 1: Complete Your Free Care Assessment
We are ready to support you now, so we promise to deliver your Care Assessment within 24 hours of your enquiry.
We know it can be a stressful to take time from your day, so have made the whole process easy for you buy putting our application process and assessment form all online.
Step 2: We Create A Personalised Care Plan For You
Your Care Plan is tailored to you and you decide exactly what goes into it. Our friendly staff at Angelicare will go through everything with you to make you understand how your plan will work.
We consider everything from your medical history to what you enjoy doing so you can truly regain your independence. Should your needs, wishes and preferences ever change, you may request changes to your Care Plan at any time!
Step 3: We Match You To A Carer That Suits You
Your live-in carer will be the trained and qualified person that is specially selected to support you.
To be sure you and your Carer are a great fit for each other, you will be paired with someone who shares your interests and values.
You can rest easy knowing our home carers are highly qualified, trustworthy and reliable.
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