Able Community Care Limited

01603764567 The Old Parish Rooms, Whitlingham Lane, Trowse , Norwich, Norfolk, NR14 8TZ


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Able Community Care was founded in 1980 by Angela Gifford to provide an alternative for people who wished to remain in their own homes at a time in their lives when they could no longer safely care for themselves.

Since that time the company has provided long term, live-in carer schemes for thousands of people throughout the UK.

The company's live-in carer service enables a person to have help with their personal care requirements, their domestic needs and the opportunity to have companionship. There is also the safety factor of having another person in the home.

The company operates a rotational system of live-in carers, with the objective that every individual client finds two or three carers that they prefer, who return on a fortnightly, rotational basis.

Able Community Care provides care to people from late teens to over one hundred years of age. Many of our clients have received a continuous service from us for over ten years.

Able Community Care is based in Norwich but its staff travels thousands of miles a year visiting potential and existing clients and interviewing carers.

All carers are personally interviewed, two references written for and telephone verified. All carers have a CRB (Enhanced Disclosure). A large number of carers have NVQ 2 and above and as with our clients, many of our carers have been with us for over ten years.

Some benefits of Able Community Care:

  • Free visit to assess your live in care needs, without any obligation or fees whatsoever.
  • No registration fee.Continuity of Able Community Care's long term care provision approaches 100% reliability, even at Christmas and New Year.
  • 24 hour in-house emergency response cover. Calls are taken personally by the Care Manager on duty (no call centres!).
  • Our Care Managers are experienced and highly successful in matching the right Carer with the right Client.
  • Your own Care Manager would be in regular contact with you and be responsible for introducing Carers to you.

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Quality of service at Able Community Care Limited

Registration with the Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission regulates this organisation

Last updated on 18 March 2013.

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