Caretouch is a specialist health and social care provide that uniquely offer professional services in four disciplines of:

  • Palliative Care
  • Respite Care
  • Domiciliary Care
  • Hospital to Home Care

Our services are commissioned by health trusts, local authorities allied health organizations. Putting person centered service, partnership and quality at the heart of our offering, we aim to develop relationships that are founded upon trust, common commitments and a desire to ‘get the job done.’

We serve clients with needs for select, specialized health and social care professionals and we can provide adequately qualified staff as follows:-

  • We provide staff that are able and competent to work in the regulated activities of personal care and nursing.
  • Caretouch provides registered nursing practitioners, health and social care assistants, support workers and domestic staff to NHS Trusts, PCTs, Nursing and Residential Homes, Local authorities, other social care establishments, Schools and Colleges, Prisons, Private Hospital Groups, charities and hospices.
  • We also provide staff who are competent and have a wealth of experience of working in Continuing and Community Health Care arrangements for service users leaving hospital; or in hospital and require care and support to facilitate them to return home. This is for care and support that is aimed at mitigating hospital or social care admissions or re-admissions.
  • We provide staff to service users on direct payments or who have their own private care arrangements living in their own homes. This includes individual clients and/or couples as well as those with Learning and/or Physical Disabilities.
  • We also provide staff and personal assistants for live in care and support arrangements and this includes accompanying to holidays, community outings etc.

The expertise and experience of our staff spans across a broad range of service user groups that include:-

  • Younger Adults (18yrs – 65yrs)
  • Older Adults (65yrs +)
  • People with mental health difficulties and needs
  • People with physical and sensory impairments
  • People with learning disabilities or autistic spectrum disorders
  • People who are experiencing dementia
  • People who have been misusing drugs and alcohol
  • People who have an eating disorder
  • People leaving hospital
  • People who have had lifestyle set backs
  • People with a terminal illness