At Managing Care, our empathetic carers are adept in understanding the emotional, social and practical challenges of living well with dementia. We understand how you or your loved one may feel isolated and exhausted and how maintaining closeness in relationships becomes harder as the condition progresses.

Our carers are highly trained and knowledgeable on the different types of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and all the symptoms and impacts these can have. You or your loved one’s care will be centred around their unique needs and will always be coupled with companionship and conversation. It may include:

  • Assisting with healthy meal preparation
  • Medication reminders
  • Support with everyday living at home including personal care.
  • Catheter care and continence management to maintain your dignity and comfort.
  • Encouragement to exercise where appropriate to improve mood, mobility and to strengthen muscles.

At Managing Care, our highly trained carers have extensive practical experience caring for people with learning disabilities. These include autistic spectrum disorders, Down’s syndrome, complex health needs and sensory impairment.

We believe in empowering independence so our care is completely flexible to you or your loved ones’ needs, from one hour a week to 24 hours live in care. Our support includes:

  • Engaging the mind with fun practical games.
  • Facilitating social interaction.
  • Maintaining a balanced daily home and life routine.
  • Facilitating health and fitness

At Managing Care, our empathetic carers are adept in understanding the emotional, social and practical challenges of living well with dementia. We understand how you or your loved one may feel isolated and exhausted and how maintaining closeness in relationships becomes harder as the condition progresses.

Our carers are highly trained and knowledgeable on the different types of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and all the symptoms and impacts these can have. You or your loved one’s care will be centred around their unique needs and will always be coupled with companionship and conversation. It may include:

  • Assisting with healthy meal preparation
  • Medication reminders
  • Support with everyday living at home including personal care.
  • Catheter care and continence management to maintain your dignity and comfort.
  • Encouragement to exercise where appropriate to improve mood, mobility and to strengthen muscles.

Managing Care are here to empower you back to health and independence after illness or injury. Our carers are trained with specific skills to coach you back to physical and mental health.

We understand the emotional impact illness or injury has on you and your loved ones so we emphasise our care on building you up with robust coping skills and confidence to go back to being you.

We know that being diagnosed with cancer can be life-changing, both emotionally and otherwise. Our carers are sensitive to your needs at this important juncture of your life. We can be there to support you emotionally by attending hospital appointments with you and help with errands and rehabilitation support in your home.

If you are a carer for someone with cancer, Managing Care can offer you the rest you need by stepping in and allowing you to take a break so you can come back rejuvenated, to look after your loved one.

At Managing Care, we believe a good night’s rest is one of the most important contributors to great health. Our carer’s can either sleep in your home to give you company at a difficult time, so you are not alone, or they can spend nights awake monitoring your loves one’s health.

This gives you the peace of mind to know your loved one is in great hands. If you are caring for a loved one, you can call on us to step in at night so you can get that much needed sleep from time to time and be at your best in the morning.

At Managing Care, we put heart into giving end of life care to those with terminal conditions, as each person has different needs. We offer a flexible, reliable caring service with you at the centre of everything we do.

– We take time to make sure you are always comfortable.
– Our carers spend heartfelt time with you for emotional support, conversation and companionship.
– We focus on understanding and implementing your choices and priorities.
– We are transparent and sensitive in the way we communicate with everyone involved.

Office hours:

Monday- Friday 9:30 to 17:00.

During out of office hours please leave your details and we will call you as soon as we open.

Call our care team today for a chat and advice.

0208 788 7936
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The quality of care is excellent

Joahnna, Doe
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Caring is shared between Managing Care and my husband. We wanted to change the pattern of support to provide consistency continuously and over the past years, Managing Care cares have been very good,  supporting my well-being.

John, Doe
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I have a regular carer and she is very good and she meets all my needs.

John, Doe
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All my carers have been very kind to me I enjoy seeing them every day.

John, Doe
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We are very pleased with Managing Care. Their team is sensitive to our mum’s moods and anxieties caused by dementia and everyone ensured her needs are met. We would wholeheartedly recommend Managing Care.

John, Doe