Home Care In Acton2021-01-26T10:17:46+00:00

High Quality Home Care In Acton

With our high quality home care Acton service, whether you are looking for companionship, help at home, hospital discharge, palliative care, live in care or hourly 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.

We are proud to be a different home care provider in Acton

We truly believe that quality care focuses on the individual’s needs. We provide unrushed, high quality home care in Acton. We understand that it is a big step to invite someone into your home, this is why you get to choose the person who visits you. During our free assessment visit, we get to know you and match our Angel to your interests, hobbies, character and home care needs.

Our Services

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Flexible and affordable home care in Acton

Our commitment to you is simple: we will help you or your loved one continue to live happily and independently at home and we will help you to find a sense of security and a peace of mind. When you trust Visiting Angels Home Care Acton to provide quality home care services for your family, you would expect that your loved one’s care needs are met. Your local home care Acton office provides bespoke care to meet both temporary and long term care needs. Our home care professionals are able to provide: companionship care, personal care, running errands, medication assistance, dementia care, hoarding support, hospital discharge support, respite care and palliative/end of life care.

The way a daughter cares for her mum or a wife cares for her husband, with love, is a special thing. Whilst we can never replace a family bond, we do ensure that our carers approach care as if it is personal.

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

Contact us for a free telephone consultation today

0203 143 8878

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Client review

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“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

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