Our values are simple; G & C Care Limited strives to offer safe and quality homecare services to individuals and families in and around Merseyside councils and surrounding areas, such as the North West of England.
Each staff member will meet the educational and training requirements for the services they provide. We encourage and support continued education of each individual staff. In turn, our company will provide staff with competitive compensation, an inviting work environment, and knowledgeable, trustworthy management and direction.
People come to us for trust and honesty. They deserve ourbest service since they cost money for their loved one to be happy and so we give them our best services.
The manager and her staff were kind and professional. They always greeted my mother with a friendly grin and a friendly phrase. They all took such good care of me, and that made a really tough situation a lot easier to endure.
My parents were cared for by G & C Care, which offered a 24-hour live-in caregiver. This entailed providing many hours of daytime and night-time care on a weekly basis. Both of my parents had dementia.
Everyone's circumstance is unique, which is why we provide a free full care evaluation to anybody contemplating home care for themselves or a loved one.
Certain issues, however, arise often, which is why we've prepared these FAQs to provide you with the knowledge you need to evaluate your options.
All of our employees are trained to the national minimum requirements set by the regulatory organisations in their respective jurisdictions. In addition, employees are encouraged to pursue personal growth and participate in extra training courses. Staff also receives specialised training to ensure that they are completely prepared to handle more complicated care demands.
Please see the 'Our Services' page for further information on the services provided by our offices. Typical home care services, on the other hand, will include:
All our offices are registered independently and are inspected by the relevant regulatory bodies of the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Continuity is highly essential to us and our service users, thus our caregivers are assigned to specific individuals to ensure continuity at all times.