CARE SUPPORT SERVICES
We offer a service to our customers that makes them feel in control of their own life,
make them feel safe and secure in the knowledge that their care and support workers are honest, trustworthy, skilled
and highly professional and will support them.
Adult Care services
LOVE@care provide Care at Home and Housing Support Services to individuals with varying needs. We specialise in enhanced care packages for individuals with complex care needs.
Children Care services
At LOVE@care our aim is to provide a range of supports within our Care at Home Services for children and young people who have complex care needs.
Training & Staffing
LOVE@care, our aim is to ensure our clients receive the quality of support we would expect for our own friends and family to live life their way and to participate as much as possible in their communities.
LOVE@care respite services can be arranged for a range of reasons, covering a variety of planned or unplanned circumstances. We can stay at your home or breaks away.
Adult & Children Mental Health services
At LOVE@care we understand that mental health problems don’t discriminate by age. Recent research indicates that half of mental health problems in adulthood begin before the age of 14, and three quarters by the age of 24.
LOVE@care provide advice and support so that you can access information and services, be involved in decisions about your lives, explore choices and options, defend and promote your rights and responsibilities and speak out about issues that matter to you.
Care Recruitment Supply solutions
Quality and Value, providing skilled staff when you need it most. The LOVE family provides high quality support to individuals who need it most. We are an agency with a difference. Not only are we dedicated to providing high quality staff for establishments, centres and care settings, we are dedicated to our staff. We develop and upskill our workforce with the aim of moving them into permanent employment. We attract highly enthusiastic staff with a true passion for early years education and social care by showing commitment, fair terms and on-going support.
IN THE MEDIA
Read our latest Blog stories and featured news articles.
Let's not wait to manage a crisis before giving help where it is needed
The Scotsman, Tuesday 14 May 2019
This week marks Mental Health Awareness Week. It provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about what they do and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide. Read more
Blog post, Tuesday 14 May 2019
During our teen years, is the time we all feel awkward in our own bodies. From primary school to high school your body goes through some of the biggest changes it ever will. So it's no surprise that you start to doubt your appearance. Read more
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