Care for A Cuppa? – Local Care Agency Opens Its Doors
Celebrating their 25th Anniversary, local care agency Access Care is excited to announce a fantastic new initiative for the people of Hampshire to give them easy access to expert advice and guidance about ‘care for the elderly.’ Volunteering their time and knowledge for free, the brilliant all-female team are proud to invite people to visit them at their new office, in the picturesque village of Goodworth Clatford, nr Stockbridge.
Know your Options
A perfect resource for those considering care options for a parent or other relative, or indeed, for yourself, the team will confidently guide you through all aspects of ‘care.’ From comparing the various options available to discussing costs & funding streams, tips on mobility equipment & even helping you find local support groups; you can talk about Hourly Care, Live-in Care, Care Homes and everything in between.
The company’s inspirational and motivating MD, Tiggy Bradshaw, says she is “excited to open the doors and delighted to have found a way to really help people at a time when they quite often don’t know where to turn.” Described as ‘a ball of positive energy’ by her peers in the industry, Tiggy goes on to promise that if they “don’t know the answer, we will find it for you.”
Who is Access Care?
Access Care is a specialist Live-in Care Agency recruiting and introducing the finest professional carers to live with people in the comfort of their own home. Supporting people living with all manner of conditions from Frail/Elderly & Dementia, Parkinson’s, MS, and Spinal Injuries to name but a few.
Carers help with everyday household chores, cooking & meal preparation, companionship, and all care needs from washing & dressing, to medication prompts and more advanced personal care.
If you ‘Care For A Cuppa’ Book Now at www.access-care.co.uk/care-for-cuppa or Call 01264 319 399
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