A Friendly Welcome from Caremark Solihull We at Caremark understand that the prospect of care may be daunting.You may have lots of questions regarding care options and funding. If you are looking for just a friendly chat our care manager at Caremark (Solihull) will be more than happy to help.
About Us Here at Caremark (Solihull) we offer a wide range of domiciliary care and support, including 24 hour live in care to people with in their own homes and in their local communities. We know that everyone has individual needs. No matter if it is just help with personal day to day activities such as cleaning and shopping or support with personal care. Our trained professional support workers are there to help.
We offer our support to a wide range of people:
Adults and young people in transition
Children who require care and support to continue living at home safely and comfortably
Individuals with learning difficulties and/ or mental health problems.
People with physical disabilities
We are always looking for committed carers to join our growing friendly team at Caremark (Solihull).We offer hours to suit your individual needs as well as uniform and ongoing training.If you are looking for a carer in Domiciliary care please call and speak to a member of staff.Alternatively please click onto the 'Care Jobs' tab at the top of the page and fill in your details. This will come straight through to our staff and we will contact you.
From our office above Bora coffee shop in Shirley, we offer support to anyone living in the Solihull area including: , Castle Bromwich, Chelmsley Wood, Elmdon, Fordbridge, Hampton in Arden, Hockley Heath, Kingshurst, Knowle, , Meriden, Olton, Smiths Wood, Solihull, Shirley and Temple Balsall.
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