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Home and Day Care Southampton and New Forest

We are a social enterprise supporting better lives. Compassionate care that makes a difference.

We deliver 350,000 hours of care and support each year across the south to our 5000 members. Delivering home care and day care in Southampton, the New Forest and East Hampshire.
 
Our mission is to enable our members to remain living in their own home and support them to have better lives. We have an extensive range of services available including home care, domestic help, respite care, day clubs, dementia specialist care, community support and much more....
 
We provide a free assessment to help you decide what you would like your care worker to do and how much support you would like from us. Give us a call and one of our team will give you some more information and make a time to visit you. You are under no obligation to purchase our services.
 

So why choose our services?
 
Because our staff team are outstanding:
 
- They are recruited because they care
 
- We have committed to pay our staff a living wage
 
- We provide a five-day induction training course (this exceeds the industry standard and much of the training provided by other providers)
  
- We provide formal supervision for our care workers on a monthly basis to ensure they are supported to deliver the best possible service to you.

 

We have the following values:

- We support you to shape your care with clear plans

- We involve you and are open to improvement

- We have over twenty years' experience

- We are not-for-profit and reinvest our surpluses into better services

- We have customer and carer representatives on our Board
 


What services do we offer?
 
At SCA Care, we provide a wide range of short and long term services which can be tailored to individual needs and aspirations, as follows:
 
- Personal care in the home, including help to wash, shower, bath and dress
 
- Domestic help such as light housework and shopping
 
- Support in accessing local community facilities
 
- Companionship for older people living on their own
 
- Respite care for carers who look after others (Take a Break and Sitting Service
  schemes)
 
- Support with tenancy, such as help to pay bills and organising repairs
 
- Rehabilitation following a spell in hospital
 
- Teaching life skills i.e. budgeting, menu planning etc
 
- Wellbeing centres providing day time activities, care and social relationships for
  
members. Specialist clubs are run for people with dementia and people from black
  and ethnic minority communities.
 
- Advocacy services supporting older people, people with learning disabilities and
  people with physical disabilities to speak up for their rights and enable them to
 
resolve issues in their lives.
 
- Advice and signposting services.
 
These services help people to have the control and choice to remain independent within their own homes.
 
SCA provides high quality care for a wide range of groups including those who are frail through old age, dementia type illnesses and conditions such as Parkinson's, Stroke, Chronic Airways Disease and Diabetes.
 
All of our services are regulated by the Care Quality Commission(www.cqc.org.uk) which regulates, inspects and reviews all adult social care in England. 
 
 
In addition SCA Care continues to maintain accreditation of ISO 9001: 2008; this is a tried and tested framework ensuring that our services are consistently and systematically delivered to meet our customer's expectations.  
 
For further information on our services please click on the links in the left hand menu.