Provider extends homecare in the South


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

The Care Division, a major supplier of care staff in the South region, is expanding its homecare service for people across Dorset, Hampshire and surrounding areas due to high levels of demand. The service is designed to promote independent living and is available up to 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Steve Piper, managing director of The Care Division at Select Appointments said demand was growing for homecare services. “Our service is ideally suited to those people who are finding it increasingly difficult to live on their own, or those returning from hospital and now in need of extra support,” Mr Piper said. “With an increasing elderly population and a decreasing number of care homes, more and more people are looking for a supported living service of this sort.” Mr Piper said clients would benefit from a locally managed team, backed up by the resources of a world wide company, Select Appointments, which is the fourth biggest staffing services group in the world. “Clients will be visited initially by a Care





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