Our aim is to provide high-quality care to individuals who require assistance with daily activities due to age, illness, disability, or any other conditions. Caremark provides many different types of care services in Watford & Hertsmere depending on the needs of the individual. Our care services include

Parkinson’s Care

Parkinson’s care services can help individuals with Parkinson’s disease maintain their independence and improve their quality of life. In-home care services can include assistance with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, and grooming, as well as medication management and help with mobility.

Live-In Care

Live-in care is a type of care service in which a trained and experienced care assistant provides round-the-clock care and support to an individual in their own home. The care assistant lives in the home with the person receiving care, allowing for personalized, one-on-one attention and support. Live-in care can be an excellent option for individuals who require long-term care, have complex medical needs, or simply prefer to stay in the comfort of their own home rather than move to a care facility.

Companionship Care

Companionship care is a non-medical type of home care that provides social interaction, emotional support, and assistance with activities of daily living for seniors or individuals with disabilities who need some help to remain independent.

Diabetes Care

Diabetes care involves managing the chronic metabolic disorder characterized by high blood sugar levels. This care includes monitoring blood glucose levels, taking prescribed medication, following a healthy diet and physical activity plan, managing weight and blood pressure, and receiving regular medical check-ups. The goal of diabetes care is to control blood glucose levels, prevent or delay complications, and improve overall health and quality of life. Effective diabetes care requires a personalized care plan and close collaboration between the individual with diabetes and their healthcare team.

Learning disabilities

Effective learning disability care involves creating a supportive environment that is tailored to the specific needs of the individual. This can include providing assistance with daily living tasks, such as personal hygiene, meal preparation, and medication management. It can also involve providing educational support, such as tutoring or specialized teaching methods. In addition, learning disability care may involve providing emotional support and helping individuals with learning disabilities to develop their social skills and maintain positive relationships with others.

Respite Care

The primary goal of respite care is to provide temporary relief to the primary care assistant so that they can rest, recharge, and take care of their own needs. The specific duration and frequency of respite care will depend on the needs of the care assistant and the individual receiving care.

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Alzheimer’s and dementia care can be a valuable resource for individuals with these conditions and their families, providing a safe and supportive environment for individuals to live with dignity and respect. Alzheimer’s and dementia care services typically include assistance with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming, as well as medication management and supervision to ensure the person’s safety.

End of Life and Palliative Care

End-of-life and palliative care are specialized care services designed for individuals with serious illnesses or conditions that are unlikely to be cured and have a limited life expectancy. These services are focused on providing comfort, relief of pain, and supportive care for the person and their family members.

Nutrition and hydration Care

Care in nutrition and hydration involves ensuring that individuals receive adequate amounts of food and fluids to maintain their health. This includes developing personalized meal plans, monitoring food and fluid intake, addressing nutritional deficiencies, and providing specialized feeding and hydration techniques when necessary. Effective care in nutrition and hydration requires collaboration between healthcare providers and individuals or their care assistants to create a plan that meets their unique needs and goals.

Physical Disability

Physical disability care can be a valuable resource for individuals with physical disabilities and their families, providing a safe and supportive environment for individuals to live with dignity and respect, and helping them to maintain their independence and improve their quality of life. The goal of physical disability care is to help individuals with physical disabilities overcome the barriers and challenges they face, and to promote their physical, emotional, and social well-being.

Spinal Injury

Spinal injury care is a specialized type of care designed to support individuals who have suffered damage to their spinal cord. Spinal injury care can help individuals with spinal injuries manage their symptoms, maximize their independence, and improve their overall quality of life.

Personal Care

Personal care involves assistance with basic activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, and feeding, for individuals who require help due to illness, disability, or age-related limitations. It can be provided in various settings and may be performed by trained professionals or family members. The goal is to maintain an individual’s well-being, promote independence and dignity, and provide personalized care that meets the unique needs and preferences of each person.

Night Care

Night care is a type of care service that provides support and assistance to individuals who require care during the night hours. This type of care can be particularly beneficial for individuals who have difficulty sleeping, need assistance with medications or personal care routines during the night, or who require monitoring for safety reasons. Overall, night care services can help individuals to feel safe, comfortable, and supported during the night hours, promoting their overall well-being and quality of life.

Stroke Care

Stroke care is a type of care that focuses on helping individuals who have suffered a stroke, a medical emergency that occurs when the blood flow to the brain is interrupted or reduced. Stroke care may involve a range of medical and rehabilitation interventions to help individuals recover from the effects of the stroke and prevent further complications.

Medication Management Care

Medication management care involves ensuring that individuals take their prescribed medications safely and effectively. This care includes obtaining and organizing medications, administering medications as prescribed, monitoring medication effects and side effects, and addressing any concerns or issues related to medication use. The main aim of this type of care is to promote safe and effective medication use, prevent medication errors, and improve treatment outcomes for individuals.

Socializing and Care for leisure activities

Care for elders in socializing and leisure activities involves promoting social engagement and recreational activities to enhance their overall well-being and quality of life. This may include organizing group activities, providing transportation, promoting hobbies and interests, and providing companionship and emotional support to reduce social isolation and loneliness. The goal is to encourage social interaction and leisure activities to improve physical and mental health.


Reablement care is a type of short-term care that focuses on helping individuals regain independence and improve their functional abilities following an illness, injury, or surgery. The goal of reablement care is to support individuals in achieving their maximum potential for independence and to reduce their reliance on long-term care services.


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