Why Homecare?

Caring for someone is mentally and physically demanding. You may need additional help or some downtime from your caring duties. Our fully trained Care Support Workers can step in to support you as much or as little as you want.

What do we do?

Our Homecare service provides professional, friendly, client centred support to those living within Harrow and the surrounding boroughs.We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and are specialised in the provision of high quality services for a range of care needs.Our service is currently rated as Good across all five areas of inspection and we continue to work towards achieving the Outstanding pass mark.

What can we offer?

We offer full-time, one to one, live-in care to meet the following needs:

  • Dementia care
  • Help with Personal Hygiene care
  • Help with Food and shopping
  • Hospital discharge support
  • Medication and Prescriptions assistance
  • Help with household chores and laundry
  • Palliative care
  • Therapeutic activities
  • Learning & Physical disability support
  • Sensory impairment
  • IT Support to skype, video call
  • 24-hour live-in care + more

Come and Join Our Fantastic Team of Carer Workers!

Find Out More About the Position Here.

If Interested Download this Application Form and Submit Below

 CQC Rating 

CQC [Provider ID: 1-2290286475 | Location ID: 1-2290286848].

Click Here to see our latest (March 2019) CQC inspection results.

We are currently recruiting COS candidates through the Sponsorship initiative. The closing date is 4th August 2023. (please note, we are currently not accepting any further applications. Please keep an eye on our website for updates).

For further details or send your CV to info@elitespecialistcare.org

Care Support Worker Application Form Submission

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Are you worried about relative?

Are you worried about the health or welfare of a parent, relative or friend?

It’s never easy coming to terms with the possibility that your mother or father may no longer be coping properly on their own at home. Although they may assure you that everything is “just fine”, you can tell they are starting to struggle.
What is the best course of action? It’s often a difficult subject to discuss with a parent, especially if they are fiercely independent. But there are options which can improve their situation and their quality of life whilst giving you peace of mind. Our experienced and caring team can discuss the situation confidentially with you and provide an assessment of the options available in a friendly and professional way. Call us to find out more 03300 88 2224.

What are the options for an ageing parent, relative or friend who is slowing down but wants to maintain their independence?

Leave things as they are for the time being: In view of the difficulties you may encounter in discussing this whole subject with your loved one, this can be tempting! But even if they seem to be coping quite well most of the time and just have the occasional ‘lapse’, it would be wise to begin to prepare for the possibility of requiring more care in future.

A move to an assisted living facility: This would enable your loved one to receive 24 hour care and support, but it would still involve them moving out of their own home, with all the disruption and trauma this would entail. It should also be noted that local authority facilities are few and far between, while private “retirement flats” can be extremely costly to buy, come with inflated service charges and can be notoriously difficult to sell.

Another major disadvantage of encouraging your loved one into an assisted living complex is that, if their health should take a turn for the worse, requiring them to make a further move into a care or nursing home, this would involve a further round of disruption and expense.

Dedicated and customised live-in care: Live-in care with Harrow Carers will offer your loved one complete continuity of care provided by a reliable professional carer they will quickly get to know and trust. Our care service offers security and peace of mind for the whole family.

Have your loved one move in with you: This solution is likely to be the cheapest of all the care options available, but it may not be possible for a whole host of reasons, many of them practical and some of them emotional. To begin with, it might not be an option that any of the parties involved would ever agree to

A move to a residential care home: This will of course require your loved one to sell their home, dispose of most of their furniture and possessions and get used to the more communal style of living associated with a care home. Whilst some people will adapt quite happily to life in a care home, many others will find the loss of freedom very challenging and may lose all sense of purpose in an environment where they have little independence and where nearly everything is done for them.

Daily visiting care: Daily visiting care is designed for older people who are starting to struggle with just one or two of the activities of daily living, such as personal care, shopping and cooking their own meals, safe transfers or remembering to take their medication at the right time. It tends to work best if the care is provided by a small and stable team of carers. However, many visiting care providers may have trouble recruiting and retaining reliable staff and many service users find that rarely a week goes by without at least one call being missed or shortened because of staff sickness, traffic problems, or calls with other clients taking longer than expected. One other point to bear in mind is that once someone requires more than 4 hours of care per day, it can work out more cost-effective to switch to 24 hour, live-in care.

One variation of daily visiting care is overnight care. This is designed for people who can manage on their own during the day, but tend to have disturbed nights and feel they need the support of a carer overnight. Whilst this is a valuable service, it can work out extremely expensive – often as much as £1,200 a week, the average, now in England.

“Harrow Carers was my salvation, it relieved the pressures  for me and gave me the relief of my own peer group.”

– Hannah

“Harrow Carers was my salvation, it relieved the pressures  for me and gave me the relief of my own peer group.”

– Hannah

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