Unity Health and Care
Unity are pleased to announce that with effect 1st July, the Cardea Home Support services, including their specialist Hoarding and Decluttering experts will be managed by the Unity Health & Care team.
The services that are provided are designed to benefit people who wish to remain independent in their own homes but are finding everyday life a little bit more challenging than before. Unity can provide day to day support, friendship or even administration for those who need some assistance with everyday tasks or one-off problems. Unity have continued to provide these services throughout the Covid -19 pandemic and know that there are many people who are feeling lonely and isolated and would benefit from a little practical help and support. The experienced team at Unity can provide this in a way that makes home life easier and allows people to maintain control of their lives.
The specialist Hoarding and Decluttering team will also continue to provide this important service helping people improve their lives and wellbeing.
Unity, widely known for their community based services including co-ordinating the Covid-19 Helpline, are able to help anyone who needs assistance to remain happy and healthy in their own homes.
Lesley Shenton, Business and General Manager at Unity, said today
‘I am delighted that we are able to provide this much needed service for people in our communities who need a little help to make their home lives easier. Our long established and experienced team work hard to give just the right amount of help and support to people to enable them to keep on top of things in a friendly and caring way.’
The Unity Health and Care staff have years of experience supporting vulnerable people so why not give them a call to find out more, call 01264 523490 or email.
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