Helping people to stay in the home they love

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Taking care of your loved ones

For many people staying in their own home is a vital part of their feeling of independence and self-esteem.  But when this becomes difficult whether through poor health, illness or disability, in-home care and support provides a vital service for those who do not wish to go into a residential care home.

LQCS provide a flexible range of services to make this possible.

Realising you need help and care can be a very emotional time for the individual and their loved ones. We have been providing compassionate, high quality care to people from all walks of life since 2008. We ensure you have choice and control to retain your independence and confidence as we support you to remain in your own home.

 

Types of Care

We provide a wide range of care options tailored to fit your requirements. It may be that you only require short-term care for respite or to help you recover from an illness or operation, or there may be more complex needs such as dementia or multiple disabilities that require more specialist and intensive support.

We work with you and your loved ones to determine the right care package for you.

 

Personal Care

Promoting your independence by providing personal care delivered with the utmost respect and compassion from our team of dedicated carers.

Dementia Care

Helping your loved one with dementia stay in the familiar surroundings of their own home, providing care for them and support for families.

Respite / Short Term Care

Our respite care service can cover all types of care and is delivered for a short period of time usually in order to give an existing carer

Social Care

Social Care can help make all the difference to someone’s quality of who maybe living on their own and not suffering from social isolation.

End of Life Care

We are here to support everyone through end of life, providing care and support at what is an extremely difficult time.

Emergency Care

If a sudden illness or injury means you or a loved one needs additional care and support, we can provide a custom care package quickly to help

Physical Disability Care

If you have a physical disability that is preventing you from living your daily life in your own home, our carers can help you regain your independence.

Rehabilitation Care

Following an illness, operation or hospital stay our rehabilitation care service provides additional care to enable you to move back home

Night Care

If you need care and support throughout the night and don’t want to burden a loved one, our night care service can be with you throughout the

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