About Us

About Immaculate Grace Care

Immaculate Grace Care was established to make a positive difference by providing a high quality, safe, effective and efficient service while working to the standards of the Health and Social Care regulations.

We are registered with and governed by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as a Care Provider. Our company has been established by Health Care and Business professionals with over 10 years’ experience of working in health care setups as well as in the community and the private sector. We offer short term and long term care and support packages that are complimented by a completely free initial assessment by a qualified Registered Care Manager.

Immaculate Grace Care Ltd is an established and highly regarded leading home care provider offering Domiciliary Care, 24-hour Live-in Care, Sleeping-In nights, Supported Living, Shopping &Cleaning and Companionship services.

Our Values and Principles

  • At Immaculate Grace Care Ltd we believe in making the client the centre of the care we provide.
  • We believe in providing an excellent service at all times.
  • We will provide premium service continually and consistently.
  • We understand that while personalities differ, standards and quality should not.
  • Our focus is on people; our priority is to satisfy the needs of our customers respecting their dignity and choices on how and when they want their care delivered.
  • We understand that there is no place quite like home – that is why we support those who wish to remain in their own homes and to be independent for as long as it is safe for them to do so.

Who We Provide Care for (Service User Bands)

  • Older Adults (65+) in need of care in the community
  • Adults with physical disabilities
  • Adults with learning difficulties or autistic disorder
  • Adults with sensory impairments
  • Adults with mental illnesses
  • Adults with eating disorders
  • Children aged 4-12 in need of personal care
  • Children aged 13-17 in need of personal care
  • Vulnerable Groups – Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Epilepsy, Eating Disorders
  • Emergency and non-emergency Respite care – This will enable service users and their carers to enjoy a holiday or just a rest.
  • Hospice care – This includes assistance and emotional support for clients and their family. Helping to improve the quality of life by providing staff of good character and who are adequately trained with kindness and sensitivity to carry out the services required.
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