Home Care in Plymouth

Finding a home care provider in Plymouth which suits yourself or a loved one’s needs is no easy task.

Our complimentary support service has been designed to allow you to browse a variety of home providers in Plymouth. Our experienced Care Advisers are available 7 days a week. Your personal Adviser will be able to aid you, understanding your care requirements and shortlisting suitable home care providers.

For many, the prospect of letting a stranger into their home is a daunting process. Please be assured, TrustedCare will only recommend you with home care providers in Plymouth who are registered with the Care Quality Commission. The CQC is the independent regulator of health and social care services in England and conduct regular inspections of Home Care providers. View a provider’s CQC rating and read their latest inspection report via their TrustedCare profile below.

Trusted Care’s aim is to support you through your care journey, so please do get in touch. We would be delighted to help you.

Funding for care

Concerned about how to fund the care of a loved one? Confused by the funding process? Read our articles and advice on care funding.

Average care costs for

  • Care homes: £925 per week
  • Nursing homes: £0 per week
  • Home care: £0 per hour
  • Live-in care: £998 per week

Latest reviews for home care near Plymouth

  • Right at Home provide an excellent, caring service for my Dad who is a stroke victim. They are very meticulous when they visit and really care about Dad. They always let me know about anything...
    5 out of 5.0
  • I am very happy with my care and Right at Home and all the carers are so friendly and always tidy up after themselves. I have one call a day but am always pleased to see the carers.
    5 out of 5.0

Help & advice

  • Understanding Home Care Costs

    Find out the average cost of home care throughout the UK and any funding support you may be entitled to.

  • Why Choose Home Care?

    If you're a home-bird then chances are that the thought of leaving your home when you are unable to care for yourself is heartbreaking. Home Care allows people with a range of healthcare conditions to remain in the comfort of their own home.

  • Common Fears about Home Care

    It is normal to feel nervous about letting someone into the home of an elderly, vulnerable relative. TrustedCare explores common fears about Home Care and how to allay them.

  • FAQs: Home Care

    Read on to find out the questions our friendly team of Care Adviser's most frequently get asked about Home Care and the answers to them!



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