Visiting Angels West London2020-12-04T09:11:09+00:00

Do you need an angel in your life?

Whether you are looking for companionship, help at home, hospital discharge, palliative care or live in care, our compassionate caregivers will help you to continue to live happily and independently at home and we will help your family find a sense of security and peace of mind.

Our West & South West London office provides elderly home care across Ealing, Acton, Putney, Chiswick, Richmond, Twickenham, Wimbledon, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and surrounding areas within West and South West London.

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0203 143 8878

Why we are different?

We are proud to have a different approach to home care, which we believe allows us to deliver a higher quality, more consistent home care service. The unique thing about our Angels is that you get to choose the person who visits you. We get to know you and match our Angel caregiver to you.

Our approach delivers unrushed, consistent high-quality home care from caregivers who want to care and who work within an organisation which allows them to care.

Elderly home care and live in care

Visiting Angels has been promoting independence at home for over 20 years. Our commitment is to help you to remain independent and safe at home. We provide home care visits from 1 hour to 24 hour live in care. Our services range from companionship care, personal care, running errands, medication support to more complex cases such as dementia care and palliative care.

Choose your own caregiver

As the year has drawn on, with elderly people having to shield, clients have been more specific on choosing their caregiver. Clients want carers with a similar personality to themselves, as well as hobbies and interests to give them that much-needed interaction throughout their visit.

We listen and respond quickly to your care needs such as, involving you and loved ones in every decision and including the choice of caregivers. Or if you are a family member and you see that your parent or relative needs support, having a conversation about it with us can help you to make an informed decision. You can explore options, find out about funding and what is best for you and your family.

Hammad Cheema, Managing Director

Client review

About Our Recruitment & Training 

Boundary House Business Centre
Boundary House
Boston Road
Ealing, London W7 2QE

1 minute away from Boston Manor station & 5 minutes drive from Brentford Station

Visiting Angels West London

“We would like to thank you for your services and for the wonderful care that your team provided to our Mum. Whenever we have the opportunity, we recommend your services.”

G. & W. Murphy

“I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the family to extend our heartfelt thanks to you and your organisation for all of the kindness and care that was afforded to our mother.”

J. Tekavec

Meet the Team

Hammad Cheema: Managing Director Visiting Angels West London

Hammad Cheema

My inspiration to build a personalised elderly home care service came from having personally seen the enriching benefits that high-quality care can bring. As a result, my experience led me to leave behind a successful corporate career in order to pursue a more fulfilling line of work I certainly feel more passionate about.

Being the son of an ageing parent, I understand the desire to remain at home as one gets older. Hence, I always ask myself whether the elderly care service we deliver to clients is of the standard I would want my own mother to enjoy.  Therefore, I want to ensure that all our clients receive the high quality home care service that she would also be proud of.

Grace Peters: Operational Manager Visiting Angels West London

Grace Peters

Having encountered the two extremes of in-home care, I can personally attest to the difference that happy, valued caregivers can have on the quality of care. As a result, I fondly remember the home caregiver who came to assist my grandfather with his daily routine. She was so patient and sensitive to his individual needs and therefore, our whole family was immensely grateful to her.

However, I also witnessed what happens when commercial interest compromises customer safety and well-being. For example, when my stepfather was suffering from advanced prostate cancer, I saw what undervalued and overworked caregivers look like. In this case, my heart went out them as I never doubted their dedication. However, it was evident that they were ill-equipped and inadequately trained to perform the necessary tasks in such short visits.

Therefore, a radically different approach was required and I knew I wanted to be part of making the change. No one should have to go through the frustrating, traumatic ordeal that my family did. For this reason, I have made it my mission to active promote and establish a carer-centric home care model here in West London.

Magdalena Zieba: Registered Care Manager Visiting Angels West London

Magdalena Zieba

As the Care Manager I have overall responsibility for the service to our clients. I have extensive experience in the care sector in both residential facilities and home care. I’ve always had a passion for working with the elderly as I believe I need to contribute making a meaningful difference to their lives.

I started my career as a care giver and from the very first day I knew that improving other people’s quality of life was my life’s goal. As an individual, I truly believe that if you ‘choose the job you love, you will never have to work a single day in your life’. However, I had planned to be a teacher but having seen how rewarding and fulfilling care giving was Hence I could not imagine myself doing anything different but helping others to stay independent and safe at home.

“Thanks for literally being “visiting angels” to dad. Without you his life would not have that magic touch you brought to him. You will be treasured for your work.”

John

“I want to thank you for sending me such a wonderful Angel to help me during my recuperation. I always felt safe and comfortable when she was here.”

Dorothy K

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