HomeAid is an organisation whose aim is to make a difference within the care industry. We put physical and mental well-being at the heart of our service by providing individual care services tailored to users’ needs.
We strive to give our users consistent care whilst empowering them to continue living the way they want. We value and respect our clients’ religion, culture and unique requirements by delivering quality and holistic care through our trained and experienced staff.
David is the founder and director of HomeAid Community Care. He is accredited in Psychotherapeutic Counselling, a certified Neuro-Linguistic practitioner and has over 20 years experience as an international sports coach.
David is the founder and director of HomeAid Community Care
Liz has worked for HomeAid Community Care for 3 years in June. Her background and experience have been starting as a carer and working my way through team leader roles to registered manager in residential care homes.
Charlotte has worked for HomeAid since 2015. Charlotte’s background in care started at the age of 15yrs as a volunteer in a nursing home. Charlotte has achieved GNVQ level 2 and level 3 in Health & Social Care and is Care Certificate assessor trained.
Sarah’s career began in domiciliary and residential care. Sarah has been a locality manager for a charity run organisation and managed staff and services users effectively. She has a level 2 and 3 in Health and Social care and Care Certificate assessor trained.
Shyam has worked for HomeAid for 2 years, he came as an apprentice achieving level 2 and 3 in Business and Admin in his apprenticeship. Shyam started as Admin Administrator and has recently moved into the permanent role of Care Coordinator.
At HomeAid we appreciate that you want the carers that come in to your home, to be the best they can be. This is why we hand-pick our carers, and take recruitment seriously HomeAid has strict procedures and performs rigorous background checks on all carers applying.
All of our carers share the same values and all have a can-do attitude, which means their level of care is second to-none.
We are continuously assessing and reviewing our carers through training. Our carers have the best experience and the highest quality training to ensure you and your family receive the best quality care.
Our carers – along with our services, are also regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Our team of dedicated care professionals will talk through your needs with a view to proposing the most suitable care options.
Where a visit is appropriate you will be offered a free no-obligation consultation in your home.