Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update

Premier Care has taken positive action to protect both our service users and our staff during the pandemic. We have ample stocks of PPE, and staff are fully aware of rules around infection control and social distancing. As winter is coming we will monitor our staffing levels carefully and ensure we continue to deliver safe and high quality care.

Further information and the latest government guidelines are available on the gov.uk website here

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Homecare

At Premier Care, we pride ourselves on being able to offer individually tailored care packages to meet your needs.

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Mental Health

Mental Health

We offer expert support for people living with a range of mental health issues and can provide the right level of care and support for every stage of the recovery journey.

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Learning Disabilities

Learning Disabilities

We understand the importance of independence and help people with learning disabilities live as independently as possible.

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Physical Disabilities

Our teams can provide high quality, person-centred support for people with sensory impairment or limited mobility. 

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Specialist support

We support people with mental health issues, learning disabilities and other challenging conditions

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Delivering a quality service

Delivering a quality service

We believe that truly excellent care must start with the individual, and their actions and sense of responsibility.

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Supporting our carers

Supporting our carers

Our people bring so much to our business - it's only fair we bring the same energy and dedication to developing their careers in return.

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Funding your care

Funding your care

We can help with sources of support and information to help get you through this stressful time.

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The Department of Health and Social Care have released a video featuring a number of celebrities encouraging people to consider a career in social care

The Department of Health and Social Care have released a video featuring the voices of incredible care workers from across the country alongside comedian and former care worker Jo Brand, television presenter Rachel Riley, choreographer Arlene Phillips and athlete Adelle Tracey. The video pays tribute to the hard work and dedication of care workers and encourages people to consider a career in social care.

You can view the video on Facebook here

If you are considering a career in care, check out our current vacancies here

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