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    Professional care at home for your loved ones

    Our Live-In care packages are an affordable option for those wanting full time support in their own home

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    No place like home

    Our live-in care model has made it possible for our clients to remain in the comfort of their homes, while receiving an individual service, tailored to their specific needs

What is live-in care?

Promedica carers help our clients remain in their own home in a place where there is often happy memories and friends/family close by. Our personalised service is here to help you or a loved one at the time when it is most needed.

Our live-in care services

Promedica24 offer an unrivalled level of experienced carers in the UK.
Our personalised packages are considerably more affordable when compared to the ever increasing cost of going into a care home.
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We are here to help

We understand that often live-in care is needed when you least expect it. Don’t struggle alone and speak to one of our dedicated team who can help talk you through the process and answer any questions. We have helped thousands of families like yours already.

Our Team

The Promedica24 team are highly trained to assist clients with very specific needs. Our clients include individuals who are affected by conditions such as: dementia, Parkinson’s disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes or have suffered a stroke.

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Our locations

Find the closest Promedica24 care advisor for the dedicated personal assistance.

We recommend Promedica24 to those who worry about their close relatives but do not have the time or opportunity to take care of them.

Thomas and Dina Fischer

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A caring service starts with caring people, therefore we strive to recruit and train the highest quality care staff.

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Care Quality Commission (CQC) reports: Reading, Watford

CQC requires improvement
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