At A1 Home Care we deliver a full range of home support and care services to enable individuals to stay safe, happy and well looked after in their own home. We provide support and care for individuals with physical and learning disabilities, Dementia/Alzheimer’s, mental health conditions, sensory impairments, stroke sufferers, as well as palliative care. Speak with our friendly and helpful team to discuss you or your loved one’s needs.
Serving Chelmsford and Essex, A1 Home Care Keeps You Happy And Safe in Your Own Home
Every user of our home care services have their own tailored care and support package. Sometimes their needs require more physical assistance, while others need help being more mobile or really need additional companionship in their daily lives. We also provide much needed respite support to allow main caretakers a much needed break with the knowledge that their loved one is fully cared for. At A1 we pride ourselves on our reputation of thoughtful and respectful care and support. Every care package is developed with you and your loved one to ensure complete satisfaction and happiness.
- Personal Care
- Dementia Care
- End of Life Care
- Help in the Home
- Carers Break
- Temporary Service
- Sleep / Awake Night Service
- Live in Care
Assistance to have a shower or bath. Washing. Toileting assistance and continence care.
Support with daily visits , carers breaks, sitting service.
Support with all aspects of end-of-life care, personal care, assistance with turning, sleep and awake nights. Support for families.
Friendship and a chat, help with general tasks such as sorting out post and making appointments, escort for days out, accompanying to appointments such as doctors, dentists and Hospital.
Support to take medication in a timely fashion, we are able to administer or prompt medication. Fully accurate records are kept enabling you, a relative and /or medical professional to see exact dosages and frequency of prompting/ administering of medication.
Food preparation and cooking, cleaning and household chores. Linen and laundry, shopping.
Support with a sitting service to enable family or live in carer a break. Or to cover for the main carer to attend appointments etc.
Temporary support following a hospital visit, including daily visits and sleep/awake nights.
You may want the reassurance of having a trained member of care staff sleeping in your home for support should you or a loved one wake up distressed in the night, or you might want a care assistant to be present and sit awake with you or a family member to help support with personal care and /or medication throughout the night.
Member of care staff living in your home to offer 24-hour support and reassurance. If this is something you would be interested in finding more about, we would pass you over to our live in care partner company
The founder/CEO is a psychiatrist, specialising in Dementia and we have registered Nurses within a clinically led team.
Rated 5 stars on Trustpilot /CQC ratings of ‘Good’ in all areas
Hospital discharge efficiency – We are often able to commence a package of care within 48 hours of referral.
A sound track record in taking over complex packages, reducing the weekly cost and improving outcomes – eg. A gentleman with dementia was on the cusp of residential care after using several live in care providers. With our support, he was able to remain at home for a further 2 years.
"I am writing on behalf of my family to thank you and your team at A1 for all the care and support you gave us in looking after my mother. It was an enormous help to us to know that your carers would be visiting during the day so we did not worry about her at that time. "
"Thank you all at A1 for the help and care you have given to my parents over the last two years. We have always been pleased that we made the decision to come to you when they needed help as you have always provided us with pleasant and professional care. "
"I would like to thank you and your ‘girls’ for all the good work you have done with my Mum. It was a great comfort to me to know that they were visiting and that the visits made a great improvement to her general well being"