Westminster Homecare initially began delivering personalised care and support to people of all ages and abilities in 1999, through a small care team based in Norwich.
Today, we provide over 2.7 million hours of support each year to over 8000 people through a network of 25 branches located in North, East and South East London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Gloucestershire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and West Sussex; working in partnership with some 30 Contracting Authorities.
With a team of over 3,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Practitioners, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.
We provide a broad range of support services, including:
- Personal Care (Bathing, moving, dressing, feeding, medication management, incontinence management)
- Social Support (shopping, cooking, light domestic, companionship)
- Dementia Care
- Home from Hospital / Reablement
- ‘Live-In’ care and support
- Waking / Sleeping Night services
- End of Life Care
Supporting older people, adults, children, and families in the following groups:
- Personal Care
- Physical Disabilities
- Learning Disabilities
- Sensory impairment
We recognise that everyone is unique, with their own individual needs, choices and aspirations for the future. Our support is therefore designed to offer a personalised solution to those wishing to maintain and/or improve their independence, and receive a tailored service that meets their specific requirements.
Our home support services are available to everyone, whether government funded and commissioned through a Local Authority, through Direct Payments or purchased privately by individuals needing support. Whichever funding option is utilised, Westminster Homecare will only deliver the very highest standards of care and support that improve quality of life and enable people to live with dignity, choice and independence in the comfort of their own homes.
May I thank u and everybody at Westminster 4 the fantastic service u give 2 my mother. The careers that mum has are brilliant and r always so helpful and caring. Thanks also 4 mums early calls.
I feel that I must write this letter to tell you how much I appreciate the care and compassion shown to me by the carer who looks after me. Two years ago after an accident and stay in hospital where I experienced a nasty time, the thought of having carers for the first time in my life I found this quite frightening, also after the tales I had heard about them.
How wrong I was! Whether I have been lucky I don’t know but, June, Bev, Cathy Cavita & Nicky have changed my mind. I only hope they are appreciated by their employers.