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Services We Offer

Home Care 

Professional. Reliable. Qualified Practitioners.

Elderly Home Care Services/Supported Living

We aim to provide exceptional elderly home care services to those members of the society who need extra assistance.

We offer practical home help for the elderly, or anyone who struggles to get practical tasks done in the household.

We also provide supported living services to adults by providing adapted accommodation (self contained apartments, bungalows & shared accommodation) and on site 24 X 7  support.

Housework may become more difficult to do, or take much longer depending on your circumstances. Would you or a loved one benefit from having some extra help at home? We offer a wide range of adult & elderly home care services & support within the community. Our services typically include;

  • Personal Care at Home

  • Supported Living Services

  • Live in Care

  • Respite care

  • Holiday Help

  • Night Sits

  • Companionship

  • Medication Help

  • Laundry

  • Shopping

  • Personal Hygiene

  • Social Support

  • Domestic Help and more.

The service users we work with include the following groups:

  • adults over the age of 65 years

  • adults under the age of 65 years

  • adults with learning disabilities

  • caring for adults with dementia


We also provide flexible, permanent & temporary care staffing solutions for care homes, nursing homes and residential homes in Buckinghamshire area.

If you aren’t sure what kind of care and support you need, our team of experts will be happy to provide all the guidance to you. If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact the office on 07918290657 for more details.

Our wide-ranging home care services range from: 

  • 24/7 live-in care

  • Domiciliary/ Visiting home care – from 30 minutes upwards

  • Personal care & domestic care

  • Specialist Care

  • Condition led care

  • Specialist Dementia care

  • Respite & short-term care

  • Palliative care

  • Home from hospital care – to help you recuperate

  • Emergency Care

  • Mental health & learning disabilities support

  • Overnight care – night sitters for both sleeping and waking nights

If you need immediate assistance, we are available to listen to your concerns and discuss your home care options. Call us on 07918290657 or email us at today

Eating Grapes

Live-in and 24-hour care

Excellence live-in care at your home

Live-in care helps you live the life you want on your own terms. After knowing your preferences and routines, we will support a particular package with a carefully selected caregiver. Together, we help you stay in the house you know and love. Here at Utmostcare, Live-in Care is a dedicated, fully controlled service regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). We provide 24/7 support and companionship service managed by highly qualified, experienced, and caring care managers, Carers are carefully selected, DBS checked, and trained. We manage everything for you. This means you don't have to worry about your home caregiver's salary, vacation or illness compensation, or everyday little things. 
We take away all the stress so you can enjoy your trip and focus on being a family member. From the first call, we will listen to and get acquainted with you and your loved ones. After a face-to-face meeting at your chosen location, explain how care works and why home care is different. We will work in partnership with you and your loved ones to put together a unique package of customized care tailored specifically for you and your loved ones. 
We provide live-in care across Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Bedfordshire and the surrounding areas, call us on 07918290657 or email us at today

In Good Hands

Supported Living

Service You Can Trust

The aim of the service is to provide a safe and homely environment that promotes empowerment, independence and choice, whilst enhancing our tenants’ daily living skills, enabling individuals to move on to a less supported setting. 

The age range of people who can access our service is 16-18 years and 18-65 years. Our service is available to people from all over the UK. 

Our Semi-Independent living provides support for young people aged 16-18 years of age with low – high-level support needs. We provide a high standard of accommodation and supportive environment for residents and provides various programs for young people from support for offenders with low-level offences, to coaching and mentoring behavioural issues, students leaving foster care requiring basic independent living skills. Our team provides extra support for pre-employment preparation and successful outcomes for 16 -18-year olds ready to be fully independent and contributing positively to their immediate communities. We aim to ensure young people can develop and maintain respect, self-reliance and self-care skills and enable them to make informed, age-appropriate decisions, concerning their present and future so they can achieve a successful transition into independence and adulthood. 

Our Adult supported living is primarily targeted at adults at risk between the ages of 18-65 years old. The aim of the supported accommodation is to give individuals the opportunity to live as independently as possible with help from staff when needed. Our clients make their own choices and lead their lives in the way they want to, whenever possible. They all have a tenancy agreement and are given the same rights as anyone living in their own accommodation. Independence is so important and allows people to live in our service, where they feel safe in the knowledge that care or support is close at hand whenever they need help. The level of assistance is agreed upon in the care plan from the outset with each individual. So, no one client will be receiving the same type of support.

This service offers 24-hour support, 1:1 and 2:1 packages of care to individuals with a learning 

disability and/or a mental health diagnosis through a person-centred approach such as:

• Autistic spectrum disorder.

• Attention deficit disorder.

• Mental health issues.

• Learning Disability.

• All types of Schizophrenia-Personality Disorder.

• All types of depression and anxiety.

• Dementia

• Challenging behaviour.

• Moderate learning disabilities.

• Drug and alcohol abuse.

• Self-harming behaviours.

• Gang involvement.

• Criminal behaviour.

• Attachment disorders.

• Low level sexualised behaviour.

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