At Care UK we’ve been delivering health and social care services throughout the UK for more than 30 years. Our ethos, whether we’re delivering care to older people in their homes, or supporting young people with acute eating disorders, is to enable people to live healthier, more independent and more fulfilling lives.
The experts at Care UK work across more types of care service than any other organisation in the UK. But they have one thing in common: a commitment to providing every patient, resident and service user with the highest standard of care and the very best service.
Caring for older people
We have more than 110 care homes across the UK, from Poole to Aberdeen, including many new, state-of-the-art homes with their own cinemas, coffee shops and hair salons.
Whichever of our homes you visit, you’ll find compassionate and dedicated teams providing a wealth of care services to older people, from residential and nursing care to respite, end of life care and care for people who are living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Out in the community we also have highly trained teams who, each week, deliver more than 150,000 hours of care and support to older people keen to continue living in their own homes.
Meeting healthcare needs
We bring the same breadth and quality of service to our healthcare business as our residential care services. Today our healthcare services include treatment centres, GP practices, walk-in centres, out-of-hours GP support and diagnostics facilities. We also offer expert support for people living with a range of mental health conditions. All our services share an unrelenting approach to delivering high quality, flexible and cost effective services for the NHS.
Support for people with learning disabilities
Each week our experienced teams deliver more than 36,000 hours of specialist support for people with learning disabilities in their homes, in supported living environments and in residential settings. We work together with service users to provide tailored care that enables them to achieve the things that are important to them. This might include supporting them to do paid work or volunteering, to access leisure opportunities, or even to go on a foreign trip.
Caring about the future
We’re working in partnership with the NHS and other public and private sector organisations to evolve flexible, efficient and innovative health and social care solutions to suit the needs and lifestyles of patients, residents and service users.
Find out more about our ideas, initiatives and successes in About us - 36 steps towards better care.