Your support worker is there not only for day-to-day medical help, but to help you carry on with your lifestyle at home, college, university, work or out and about. We can support you with the practical things like transport, household chores, personal care and going out in your lunch break.
All our care and support staff complete the nationally recognised care certificate. Specific client needs-led training is taught by our training partner Training Now and healthcare professionals.
David is 36 and was born with cerebral palsy. He now lives in the Welsh town of Llandrindod Wells, and is supported by his live-in care worker, Julian.
David and his mother chose Agincare’s live-in care service as it gives David the support to make his own decisions about how to live his life, all in the comfort of his own home.
Read more of David’s story.