We cover a range of locations including Glemsford, Long Melford, Sudbury, Great Cornard, Lavenham, Great Waldingfield, Newton, Assington, Leavenheath, Nayland and Colchester. We are also expanding to provide our services in Clare, Cavendish and surrounding areas.


We provide visits ranging from a minimum of 30 minutes to 24 hours. Supporting you with personal care and enabling independence in your own home. Supporting you with your medication, including ordering, collection and administration.

Longer visits can include tasks such as shopping and household tasks. We can also arrange longer visits for respite; where we can provide care for loved ones, to allow relief for family members who are caring for their relatives.

We provide care over unsocialable hours. This includes sleep-ins, which start at 7.30pm and finished at 7.30am the next morning. This could be for reassurance and assisting with any needs within those hours. Waking nights are available any time from 8pm to 8am where assistance to use the bathroom is needed through the night or just for welfare checks to ensure all is well.

We are able to provide support for clients of many ages. Assisting parents getting their children ready in the morning. Caring for older teenagers, assisting with school pick-ups or recreational activities. This could include activities such as swimming, going to the gym or taking leisurely walks.


  • Children 0-18 – assisting with morning routines and getting ready for school. Supporting parents who require additional support.
  • Adults 18-65 – support with recreational activities, including arranging days-out and supporting your own independence.
  • Adults 65+ – support with domestic tasks including shopping. Providing companionship for those who lack community and family support.
  • Learning disabilities – supporting you to take part in leisurely activities. Prompting confidence to participate in activities with support.
  • Rehabilitation – care for individuals who require short-term support due to injury or an operation, or have recently been discharged from hospital.
  • Complex needs – care for individuals who require more than basic needs. Staff are trained to support individuals who need assistance with peg feeding, cough assist, ventilisation etc.
  • Acquired Brain Injury – assistance to individuals who have acquired an injury where trauma to the brain has been a result.
  • Dementia – assistance to those who have cognitive decline, to lead a fulfilled life, despite their memory problems.
  • Parkinsons – support for individuals living with this neurodegenerative condititon to assist with personal care, medication administration. We also assist with any other tasks that allow them to live life to the best to the best of their ability.
  • Other health conditions – please contact us by phone or email to enquire what’s available to support you.