Agincare proud to be appointed care provider at Tamar Court Extra Care scheme in Worle

March 19, 2024

Agincare was appointed as the care provider at Tamar Court Extra Care scheme in Worle by North Somerset Council to deliver personal care and support to residents, from regular daily and weekly visits to short-term temporary support.

The care team can support Tamar Court residents with tasks that may struggle with such as administering medication, food preparation, shopping, escorts to appointments, and assistance with domestic chores.

Agincare Coffee Morning at Tamar Court 2

Agincare team members at the Tamar Court coffee morning 

Agincare Extra Care Development Manager Sally Coombs said:

“We are proud to be the appointed care provider at Tamar Court, enabling us to give care and support to residents so they can be as independent as possible.

“Tamar Court is a fantastic extra care scheme in a great location that boasts truly amazing facilities.

“I would like to thank Alliance Homes and all the residents at Tamar Court for making us feel so welcome.”

Tamar Court exterior

The exterior of Tamar Court extra care scheme in Worle

Owned by Alliance Homes, Tamar Court in Worle comprises 33 rented and 32 shared ownership apartments set in a large complex including a garden courtyard, a table service restaurant, and a pamper room for hairdressing and beauty treatments.

Cath Pullin, Alliance Head of Housing and Community Support said:

“Tamar Court is a facility that everyone at Alliance Homes is proud of.

We’re really pleased that Agincare have taken on the role of care provider.

Agincare have shown that they’re willing to put the wellbeing of our customers at the centre of their service.”

Tamar Court gives residents all the benefits of their own home in a vibrant and social community, but also the peace of mind that professional care and support are always there.

Benefitting from a central location, Tamar Court is well-served by bus routes to Bristol and Weston-Super-Mare and Worle train station only a few miles down the road.

Tamar Court residents Maureen and John

Tamar Court residents Maureen and John

Maureen Riley, a resident who has been at Tamar Court for four years said:

“I have been a resident at Tamar Court with my partner John for over four years now and we are both very satisfied with the service.

“Both myself and John are part of the Residents’ Committee and it’s great to have our thoughts and feedback taken onboard.”

Agincare Coffee morning at Tamar Court

Tamar Court residents at the Agincare coffee morning

Alliance Scheme Manager Paula Baynes and Agincare Scheme Supervisor Mitch Beal work closely together in partnership to ensure residents receive all the support they need to live happy, fulfilling lives.

For further information about Extra Care, click here.

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