The Good Care Group – Live In Care Services & Jobs
The Good Care Group
The Good Care Group is the UK’s most awarded live in care company.
It’s professional approach to home care enables its clients to live well in their own homes, whilst improving health and wellbeing outcomes. They are specialists in caring for people with dementia, Parkinson’s, MS, Stroke rehabilitation and providing end of life care. We also provide a Nurse led care service for people with complex needs.
Many elderly individuals are reluctant to accept they need help and support. The Good Care Group helps families address the situation with their loved one so the individual feels in control of the decision and any fears can be addressed and overcome.
Live-In Care Services
Live-in care services from the Good Care Group offer professional care, companionship and friendship, at a time when people need it the most.
Live in care often provides a better alternative to care homes for elderly people, particularly those requiring dementia care.
Live In Care services from the Good Care Group offer companionship and friendship, at a time when people need it most.
This helps us deliver the exceptionally high quality of care that has earned us the highest possible rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as well as ensuring our clients enjoy not only care but friendship and companionship from a familiar face.
It’s this approach to live in care that has earned us more awards and nominations than any other UK home care provider, including “Home Care Provider of the Year” for the past 2 years.
Working in teams of 2 our live in carers provide round the clock care to your loved ones in the comfort and security of their own homes, either on a permanent or respite basis.
We have carers specialising in a range of conditions including Dementia and Parkinson’s providing excellent round-the-clock care, without the disruption of moving into a care home.
Live-In Carer Jobs
The live in carers who work for us are exceptional.
That’s why we continue to be recognised and awarded for the work we do.
Are you interested in working for the UK’s best provider as a live in carer? We provide the industry’s best training and support for the carers who work for us.
A career that makes a difference
The people who work for us are exceptional. And that’s why we continue to be recognized and awarded for the work that we do. We understand that by supporting you in your professional career, you will help our clients improve the quality of their lives and live at home for longer.
You do not need professional experience to be successful as a live-in carer. We consider applicants for live in care jobs who have a personal experience of caring for a family member.
Professional carers join us from a variety of background and various countries.
The vacancies we have for live-in carers are based in the UK, however as well as recruiting carers who reside in the UK, we also recruit carers who reside in other parts of the world as long as they are eligible to work in the UK.
The Good Care Group is an equal opportunities employer.
Our Awards & Accreditations
Our Live In Care services have been inspected three times by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and each time have gained the highest possible rating.
“Angela is a star – professional, adaptable, calm and perceptive, with a huge heart. Nothing is too much trouble and I feel reassured leaving mum in her capable hands. I would not hesitate to recommend The Good Care Group to anyone.”
“My mother’s carer is fantastic and I am overwhelmed by her professionalism. I heard them laughing together the first time I have heard my mother laugh in a very long time. Thank you so much, I really feel I can relax now.”
Weybridge Dementia Action Alliance
We are members of this local group which aims to make Weybridge more Dementia friendly. Our staff have undertaken a Dementia Friends training session. For further information on Weybridge DAA please see the page on the following listing.
Currently around 16,252 people live with dementia in Surrey. With thousands of families and friends acting as carers for them, it has become both a social and financial imperative to support people living in their own local communities.