Private and fully personalised home care in London

Phone Number: 02035 194 718

Email Us: [email protected]

We specialise in physical disabilities care at home. We offer personal care and support for adults who have a range of physical disabilities. Contact us today to discuss our home help for disabled adults in London.

Home Care for Disabled Adults

Companions Home Care are pleased to offer our local care services for disabled adults in London and the surrounding areas. Our team of specialist and highly trained carers are on hand to provide you with the home care services you need. No matter your condition, our team are on hand to provide a personally tailored service that will suit your individual care needs and lifestyle. 

If you would like to discuss our services or have any queries, or even want some expert advice, please do not hesitate to contact us and call our team today. 

Your Disability Carer Can Assist With...

 Easy gardening duties 

 Personal services for our clients 

 Chaperoning our clients when going out and socialising 

 Completing chores, running errands and shopping 

 Arranging and accompanying clients to appointments 

 Caring, walking and feeding pets 

 Washing laundry and ironing clothes 

 Keeping our clients in contact with their friends and family 

 Helping clients to pursue their hobbies 

 Preparing meals and cooking 

 Loading and emptying the dishwasher 

 Going for walks and helping with gentle exercise 

 Mobility and getting around Keeping our client's house clean and tidy

If you have to remain in your home due to a physical disability, this can lead to intense feelings of isolation and loneliness. By employing one of our disability carers to help with supported living, you can continue doing the things you love to do and stay in touch with friends and family. 

A carer can also eliminate the stress you may feel when limited by your physical or learning disabilities, helping you with mobility and general duties around your house. Our highly trained specialist carers are more than capable of keeping your home nice and tidy, assisting elderly clients with general chores, as well as assisting attendance of social group events and getting out and about. 

Services of our Carers

Our expert disability carers will allow you to participate in the hobbies and activities you enjoy doing, no matter what disabilities you may be living with. They will also be able to help you relax and unwind, relieving you of any stress or anxiety you may be feeling through compassionate care and companionship. 

Our home care providers can also help you stay healthy, preparing nutritious meals for you and helping with gentle exercise such as going for a walk in the park. 

Our professional team has the skills necessary to provide home care services for clients regardless of any physical or learning disabilities they live with. When employing a Companions Home Care carer, you can be sure that your care is in the best hands. It can be a great comfort to you knowing that someone who thoroughly understands your circumstances oversees your care needs, compared with the services received in a care home. 

We will complete an initial assessment, through which we will be able to learn all about your individual needs. This is another level of our care services that aim to provide our clients with comprehensive home care plans that meet their requirements. 

While we understand that our clients may have extensive care needs requiring around-the-clock assistance, we also aim to instil a greater sense of independence through our care services. We will help you live independently in your home for as long as you can lend a helping hand wherever needed. Our team of care providers fully understand how overwhelming and upsetting living with a physical disability can be. It is always best to receive care for your disability in the comfortable surroundings of your own home. Companions Home Care will ensure that a suitable carer is selected to provide support. Many of our carers have the sufficient training and nursing qualifications needed to care for adults with disabilities in their own homes. 

Types of Disability Care

Every form of disability care and support that we provide is different, given that each of our clients will have their own specific needs. Therefore, we are pleased to be able to offer such a wide variety of disability care to those who call on us to provide assistance and support to them or their loved ones. 

Our range of carers can fulfil any form of care you would like, from part-time companionship services to 24-hour long-term, live-in care. 

Our housekeeper carers will carry out multiple household duties and chores to help keep your house nice and tidy. 

Our companionship carers will act as someone to spend time with and talk to over a cup of tea, and they can even accompany you on outings to social events. Companions Home Care can also provide you with respite care, should your family members or other carers need a short break or while you arrange for a new care provider.

Caring for a Disabled Person at Home

The physical and psychological benefits of receiving care at home are countless and diverse. Receiving care at home allows for those living with disabilities to hold onto their independence, boosting their self-esteem and confidence. 

Remaining in your home will enable you to undergo whatever care you need in a comforting environment, eliminating stress and frustration. Moving house is a trying time for anyone, particularly if residential nursing homes are your only option. 

This can often include moving away from friends, family and local activities that you love to do, which brings its own stresses and anxieties. 

Companions Home Care carers aim to eliminate this stress and anxiety through compassionate care provided in the comfort of your own home. With around 45% of older people in their late-60s living with a disability, this form of care is becoming more vital in people's lives. 

We always aim to offer a premium home care service that meets all our clients' needs while improving their quality of life and boosting their mental wellbeing. 

Flexible Services for Adults with a Disability

All our care plans at Companions Home Care are fully customisable and personalised to your specific care needs. 

Through an initial assessment, our reliable carers will be able to create a complete picture of your condition and circumstances. With this in mind, we will then form a purpose-built, comprehensive home care services plan that will serve all your requirements. We will do this with the personal involvement of our clients or their family members so that any course of care decided on can be approved by all those involved in your care. 

Our care plans are entirely flexible. Given that our client's needs can change over the course of a home care plan, our care services also need to change. In this way, we can completely cover any care need that our clients require, providing comprehensive care services that improve our clients' quality of life. 

How to find the right care for your relative

01. Initial
Consultation

During your initial consultation with us a specialist care consultant will find out all your needs and requirements for your loved one.

02. Carer
Search

We recruit local carers specifically for the role, ensuring that they have the desired experience and skills for your needs.

03. Candidate
Interviews

Having the choice to conduct your own interviews ensures our candidates will be the perfect match for you.

04.Employment Confirmation

After finding the candidate you love the most, the employment between yourself and the carer/housekeeper will be confirmed.

About Us

Contact us today to find out more about our services for physical disabilities care at home. Companions Home Care work with you to ensure that you get the best quality of life. Our private home carers provide high quality care visits at home for your loved ones throughout London.

We provide families with in-home care, part-time care, live-in care, respite care, housekeeper carer cooks, bilingual carers, and post-discharge care. Get in touch to see how we can help.

  • Barking and Dagenham
  • Barnet
  • Bexley
  • Brent
  • Bromley
  • Camden
  • Croydon
  • Ealing
  • Enfield
  • Greenwich
  • Hackney
  • Haringey
  • Harrow
  • Haverin
  • Hillingdon
  • Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Hounslow
  • Islington
  • Kensington and Chelsea
  • Kingston upon Thames
  • Lambeth
  • Lewisham
  • Merton
  • Newham
  • Redbridge
  • Richmond Upon Thames
  • Southwark
  • Sutton
  • Tower Hamlets
  • Waltham Forest
  • Wandsworth
  • Westminister

Contact Us

Quick Links