New service starts in Shropshire


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A new specialist homecare service is being developed in Shropshire. Telford-based Partnership Care has launched a new one stop shop service in Shrewsbury and South Shropshire. The new service will provide a 24-hour callout service aimed to react within minutes to any emergency. Linda Nicol, owner of the Wellington based company said Partnership Care had established a “one-stop shop” that anyone who needed help to remain in their own home could come to. “Once they have explained their needs we will provide a service plan to take care of those needs ­ whatever they might be,” Mrs Nicol said. The company will work in conjunction with two county nursing homes, The Rylands in Newport and The Uplands at Dorrington, near Shrewsbury. Mrs Nicol said Uplands would assist with specialist training and would also provide clients with key services, including bathing, using its range of specialist nursing equipment. “We will be working with The Uplands because we share the same commitment to quality and we want to ensure t





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