We have specialist teams of home care assistants, care workers and live-in carers to help adults and children to continue living independently in their own homes with the support of friendly and professional carers. We have teams in Buckingham, Aylesbury and High Wycombe as well as the surrounding villages.
We offer care at home in Buckinghamshire including companionship, personal care and visits to community events, shopping and socialising.
Our clients have difficulties such as mobility limitations, mental health problems, or may be living with dementia, MS, Motor Neurone or other long term conditions. We work with our clients and their families to keep them safe and comfortable at home.
Habito live-in care is one of our specialities, offering companionship and personal care full time in your own home. We offer care in the home in a flexible, affordable way to support your own needs. With a large, established live-in care division, we have support workers to fill most peoples needs. Your live-in care worker can help you visit friends, attend appointments and go on outings or just visit the shops and do your weekly shopping. This is one on one care in your own home, and we will work with you to make sure you get what you need out of your personal support.
Looking for care for a family member or for yourself can be really stressful. We can offer advice and point you in the right direction to find funding from your local council or the NHS. For more information on what to do when you are searching for support and care in your own home, contact us for our leaflet 'Choosing the right care company for you and your family'
Caremark (Aylesbury and Wycombe) offers Care and Support to adults, young people and children looking for some assistance to continue living at home safely and comfortably. We can offer support services to all of Buckinghamshire from Buckingham to Aylesbury and High Wycombe and the surrounding villages.
We have offices in both High Wycombe and Aylesbury, so if you would like to drop in for a coffee and a chat, we would welcome you at either office. Just call us to talk to a friendly and knowledgeable member of our support team and arrange a time when you can meet us.
Our care and support workers are fully trained and DBS checked, and many have specialised training and experience in areas such as autism, MS, Motor Neurone Disease, alzheimers, dementia and stroke survivors. We employ experienced teams of support workers with special training in end of life care. We support a number of people with learning difficulties, autism or behaviours that challenge. Whatever your needs, we can find a way of supporting you to live at home safely and make the most of your life.
At Caremark we understand that some of the daily routines many people take for granted can become difficult or restrictive. We are here to help you remain independent at home and continue to enjoy life to its fullest, without worrying about the things that are very personal to you.
Our Care and Support services extend to supporting you in the community, assisting in your sense of inclusion and well being. We can support you in travelling to work or to the shops, or accompany you during a leisure activity. For example you may like some help to go swimming, bird watching or to the cinema or theatre. Our Caremark Independence Clubs may be the solution to help you get out and about in groups or just with a support worker - it is your choice.
We can provide care and support workers for one hour visits, night support, and full time live-in care. We have a specialist live-in care service which focuses on providing continuity of care for those with full time needs.
If you would like to speak to someone about the support you are looking for, or if you are interested in a job as a home care professional please call us on 01296 641662 or email email@example.com (phone calls may be recorded for monitoring and quality purposes).
If you would like to visit us to talk about your needs, we would be delighted to meet you.