Bespoke Care and Training are a Council accredited care provider for Ashbourne that delivers high quality Home Care services to clients in their own home who find it difficult to cope with tasks of daily living such as personal care, meal preparation, medication and moving & positioning themselves.
A family run company, my name is Kelly and I am the Owner Director/Care Manager.
My husband, Steve, is the Training & Development Manager.
My brother, Adam, is Trainer/Transport Co-ordinator.
Di, Team Leader, leads the team which consists of : Nicky, Kayley, Janine,
Nikki, Mel, Kerry,
Lesley, Sue, Carol, Sharon, Geena, Abby, Katie, Danni, Samantha, Stacey, Skye, Kendal, Clare, Stacey and Tania.
Together, we form a dedicated team that are professional and devoted to our care roles and responsibilities, delivering the high quality care and support that our clients seek and that is also within our ethos.
Bespoke Care and Training’s ethos is based on the principle of providing individuals with the best possible ‘person centred approach support services’ to enable clients to live in their own homes by having well trained, flexible and reliable staff.
We are contracted to provide Domiciliary Home Care Services with Derbyshire County Council and accredited with them.
We also have private/self funding clients who pay for their own care and support
We understand that not one care plan fits all. Daily tasks can include anything from personal care, meal preparation, moving & positioning, medication support and welfare. We will take the time to get to know you and develop an individualised care plan that fits your specific needs.
Trusted relationships are key between our Clients and our Home Care Assistants. We not only strive to help you with everyday tasks but want to develop a caring relationship with you. We provide one-on-one attention and care that cannot compare in other settings.
Recovering from home after being in hospital can limit you with your daily activities. Whether you are recovering from major or minor surgery, our compassionate carers can assist you to a healthy and complete recovery.
Arthritis, physical disabilities, and age-related conditions are some of the few circumstances that prevent clients from caring for themselves. Our Home Care Assistants can assist you with daily tasks such as mobility, nutrition & hydration, personal care, medication support and welfare.
Our experienced and highly trained Carers provide the highest quality of care to both individuals and their families. Our goal is to help individuals and their loved ones live happy and fulfilling lives.
We offer a wide range of high quality ´Person Centred´ support services
Fully trained, experienced Carers that are Caring, Compassionate, Competent, Communicative, Courageous, and Committed to their role.
We have an excellent reputation within the area
We work closely with Social Services and other Health Professionals
We are registered under ICO and GDPR Compliant.
We have excellent knowledge of the Health and Social Care Standards
We have many successful case studies
We are accredited with Derbyshire County Council.
To help people live in their own homes as long as possible with our home care support.
To provide a service to meet the needs of the client as flexible as possible with a well-trained and regular team of Home Care Assistants to build-up a trusting relationship.
To offer affordable home care and increase independence or maintain your present lifestyle which will make life easier for you and your family.
We ensure client confidentiality.
To be a healthy, successful home care provider, that is a leader in customer service and has a loyal client base by investing and developing the staff so they feel valued.
To strive for 100% client satisfaction and continuously improve our home care service and working practice through regular client surveys and feedback.
Feel free to call on 01332 653651 / 07808 777102
email@example.com for Home Care enquires
Unit 11 Kedleston House Prime Business Centre Aspen Drive Spondon Derby DE217SS
Ashbourne and the surrounding areas in Derbyshire