Abbots Care is a home care provider, with a branch based in Hertfordshire, offering services for children, the elderly, people with disabilities, and those living with dementia. Our management team has over 30 years’ worth of experience in the industry and we believe what sets us apart from other care agencies in Hertfordshire is our ability to tailor services to your specific needs, requirements and expectations.
Our services cover:
East Herts : Hatfield, Cheshunt, Broxbourne, Welwyn Garden City, Hoddesdon, Waltham Abbey, Waltham Cross, Wormley.
West Herts: Watford, Three Rivers, Hemel Hempstead, Bushey, Borehamwood, London Colney, St. Albans, Harpenden.
Why Abbots Care
From humble beginnings, Abbots Care has grown into a support agency which employs 700 care workers and supports almost 1,000 customers with domiciliary care in Hertfordshire, providing them with the very best home care, tailored to meet specific needs and requirements. You can read testimonials from our service users, as well as Hertfordshire County Council, here.
All of our care workers are highly-trained and offer professional services, whilst Abbots Care itself is accredited by the Care Quality Commission, Skills For Care and the United Kingdom Home Care Association.
Types of Care
We are confident that Abbots Care delivers the very best children and adult care services Hertfordshire has to offer. The range of care services we provide in the area are outlined below:
Home/Domiciliary Care – Our highly-trained care workers are able to offer care at home, day and night, so that you can continue to live a fulfilling life in the place you feel most comfortable.
Private Care – We offer a number of different private care options, tailoring our services to meet your individual needs, or the needs of your loved ones.
Companion Care – Our companion care workers are concerned with social well-being and are able to offer companionship for those who require a degree of emotional support in order to live happily.
Care for Elderly People – Abbots Care provides elderly care which strikes the right balance between offering support when it is needed, and allowing our elderly customers to retain their independence.
Care for People with Dementia – We are delighted to offer specialised dementia care services, helping people who are learning to cope with memory loss and dementia to live at home and maintain a high quality of life.
Support/Care for People with Learning Disabilities – Our care workers provide support for those with learning disabilities, helping them towards living with more independence and a greater sense of fulfilment.
Care for Children with Disabilities – Finally, we are also able to provide support for children with physical and learning disabilities, as well as their parents, both at home, and in the community.