Buckinghamshire home care provider continues to expand

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Caremark-Care Industry NewsCaremark (Aylesbury & Wycombe) the award winning Buckinghamshire home care provider delivering care and support to vulnerable people throughout the county continues its plan of expansion with the opening of a new office in Hazlemere. 

 

Janis Anderson, Managing Director commented: “With the increasing demand for personal care and companionship from private customers in High Wycombe, together with continuing care for Bucks County Council and NHS funded customers, we believe these people would be best served by a local office, staffed with a local manager and supervisors.”

 

The home care provider delivers bespoke care and support to people of all ages and abilities who wish to remain living independently and safely at home, as well as providing support to access local community activities.

 

“As a result of this increasing need, we applied for, and received CQC authorisation for a new office in Hazlemere.  Having an office here means our customers and care workers can access us easily and we can be readily available with help and support” Janis continued.

 

The Aylesbury office is the centre for administration and management of the substantial home care provision in mid and north Buckinghamshire, while the High Wycombe office serves local customers and care workers in and around the town and manages the growing Habito live-in care service.

Janis concluded: “Customers have ease of access through one telephone number which transfers them to their chosen office and a local office where they can meet and chat to the care manager and supervisors.  Care workers have local offices where they can meet and talk about their work.  This means that Caremark (Aylesbury & Wycombe) remains fully committed to a local presence, providing high quality home care to those in need in Buckinghamshire”.

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