Menu

Search form

Text Size

Companionship Care

You are here

Our proven solution to delayed discharge from Hospital

On 6th February 2017 the BBC reported "NHS Health Check: Nine in 10 hospitals 'overcrowded' this winter"

Whilst the pressure on the NHS continues to grow, Agincare Live-in Care continues to work alongside NHS hospitals, Clinical Commissioning Groups and local authorities to offer proven solutions to the overcrowding and delayed discharge crisis.

Live-in Care reablement project success

Agincare Live-in Care services is really pleased to announce that we have just trained a further 5 live-in Reablement Support Workers due to the ongoing success of the Portsmouth Reablement Project.

All 5 live-in workers have demonstrated a good level of previous care experience and have subsequently been on 3 days of dedicated reablement training to advance their knowledge and skills further. 

Norman Williams: 'We must get rid of elderly prejudice'

Older people are missing out on what could be life-saving treatment because hospitals are making assumptions about their health based on their age rather than their fitness - according to the Royal College of Surgeons and Age UK. They say hospitals need to rethink the way they make decisions about whether older people should have surgery. The president of the Royal College of Surgeons, Norman Williams, told the Today programme: "Everybody's an individual." "You have to judge the patient on their physiological age as opposed to their chronological age.

Working together to provide advice and support to elderly people in Dorset

Humphries Kirk, Solicitors is pleased to announce that Agincare, one of the country’s largest live-in care service providers, are supporting the launch of Humphries Kirk’s ‘Care is our Concern’ initiative, a service for the elderly or housebound.

Careers in Care Start Your Future Now

"If you like it you'll love it - you just have to give it a go!"

Sarah from Brighton

FREE
Care Assessment