Putting People First
We’re passionate about delivering the best possible care service to you or your loved ones. Our mission will always be to deliver a service designed to enhance the quality, enrich the experience and prolong the enjoyment of home-living in our society.
People Who Care
Make the difference
Our Carers are recruited to the highest standard; we seek experienced care staff who have a real desire to make a difference in their daily role. Many of our carers also have experience of caring for their own relatives.
Listening and Talking
We pride ourselves on our communication and putting people at ease. We also use a secure web portal to enhance the service that our Carers provide and to offer relatives visibility for peace of mind.
“Our family is absolutely delighted with the caring attention, help and support that Deckchair Care gives our elderly mother. She is so comfortable and relaxed with her care team. The web portal is brilliant, letting us know what has happened during the care visit in additional to assessing Mum’s well being. This helps us to be informed and proactive with her care and social needs. The service provided is a massive support to us all.”
Above and Beyond!
"I am delighted with the care and support received from Deckchair Care. This benefits not just my elderly parents but our family as a whole.
I would describe the care as above & beyond appropriately facilitating the individualised needs of both my father and mother, who has dementia."
Never Looked Back!
"We employed Deckchair Care about 4 months ago, and have never looked back. Mum has dementia and we need to know that she is safely tucked up in bed,late evening. They have not let us down, she is treated with patience and respect, they regularily keep us informed of her well-being."
"Deckchair have been stunning in their care and support for my late mum. Their flexibility and communication has been excellent. Thank you."
The Deckchair Care Team (credit K Nelson)
- Personal Care - Any assistance with bathing and personal hygiene
- Meal preparation
- Medication prompts
- Household chores
- Social trips (including shopping)
- Mobilising and Exercise