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Supporting you at home

Our goal is to help you to live as independently as possible, therefore we can offer you support at your own home.

We can help you with personal care, accessing a range of community activities as well as support you to undertake household tasks such as cleaning and cooking. When it comes to deciding how much support you need, you are very much in control. Your support team can be with you as much as you need them, whether that is a few hours a week or every day.

We understand you will have goals and aspirations and want to try new experiences – we can be by your side if you’re looking to take a trip, returning to work, going to college and more.

We regularly review your support and activity plans to ensure you are happy and receiving the right support.

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  • Residential care home

  • Brain injury service

  • Specialist service

  • Community support

  • Children's service

  • Group of services

If you need further advice, call our friendly enquiry line on 0800 035 3776 or email referrals@voyagecare.com
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