We provide excellent quality home care
We offer specialist services
We can help Mum living miles away
We support people with disabilities
Welcome to Alina Homecare
At Alina Homecare we believe care is best when it’s at home in familiar surroundings. We support people to live at home and stay independent with the reassurance of support that’s tailored to them.
We continue to provide our care and support services as we have done throughout the coronavirus crisis and are taking on new clients. We are at all times following Government and Public Health England guidelines, including infection control protocols, to keep our clients and staff safe.
Whether it’s a few hours of support a week, daily visits, full-time support or live-in care, we’re here to help you.
We support you to make life easier.
We can help your mum, dad, children, neighbours or you
A wide choice of high quality, personalised care services all delivered with respect and compassion.
A complete solution for those needing daily care & reassurance of support at night in case of need.
Our specialist services support people with disabilities & complex health care needs to live at home.
Why so many families trust us...
Everyone's needs are different so our care is personalised and unique to each person. Our high quality home care is flexible when circumstances change and always delivered with compassion, dignity and respect.
Choosing home care is a big decision, so we have strict performance guidelines and are regulated by the Care Quality Commission to give confidence that our services are quality assured.
Our care and support teams are carefully selected and receive excellent training through our exclusive Alina Homecare Academy. We don't use agency or freelance staff to protect our quality reputation.
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Find your nearest Alina Homecare team
Wherever you find Alina Homecare, there’s an open door with an understanding, caring and helpful team behind it.
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