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Expert care for those that need it

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Services
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Passionate about Care

Our Story & Objectives

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Care and the Community

Keep in touch via our blog

Blog

What We Do

Sahan Cares is a family run social enterprise that offers domiciliary and personal care and support services to the elderly and disabled. The services are catered for older people, people with physical disabilities, people with sensory loss including dual sensory impairment, people with learning disabilities, children and their families under social care and personal or family carers.

Domestic Care

We offer a wide range of domestic services such as shopping, cleaning and general household assistance. In addition to both standard and incontinence laundry.
 

 

Personal Care

We offer our service users with meal preparation services  and assistance with feeding . Our care workers are also trained in offering both washing and bathing services.


 

Social Care

We pride ourselves in creating a bond with our clients. This is why we offer services such as companionship, social skills , social interaction , escorting to medical and social appointments.


 

 

Our Services

We provide domiciliary and personal care services under two key categories.

Our Story

Sahan Cares is a social enterprise that offers domiciliary and personal care and support services to the elderly and disabled.

Quality Assurance

Our staff undertake detailed compliance checks to ensure we only supply care workers who are compliant with the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

WHY CHOOSE US

Affordable
Customer Focussed
DBS Checked
Easily Reached
Experienced
Passionate

OUR BLOG POSTS

Below you will be able to read more about our exciting blogs.  

  • ​Person-centred care
    ​Person-centred care

    Person-centred care is the act of placing the person at the centre of their care. Seems obvious, doesn't it?

    Unfortunately, it isn't obvious. In the past there have been other ways to deliver care to...

  • ​Safety tips for older people who live alone
    ​Safety tips for older people who live alone

    We know that personal safety is a really important issue for older people who are often very aware of how much more vulnerable they are now, so we've come up with a few...

  • 3 things to look for when choosing your own home care provider
    3 things to look for when choosing your own home care provider

    So, you, or an older member of your family is in need of social care, and you’ve decided to stay at home. That’s great! There are so many advantages to home care. But if you’re planning to get direct payments, and want to choose your own home...

  • 5 personality traits to look for in a home care assistant
    5 personality traits to look for in a home care assistant

    If you are considering getting home care assistance via a private carer using direct payments, rather than via a home care company through your local authority, you may be concerned with how you identify who is the best person for the role.

    5 things you should understand about dementia

    5 things you should understand about dementia

    Dementia is one of those diseases that many of us fear. We're afraid to lose the person we love while they're still alive and relatively healthy. We're fearful that the worst might happen to them as a result of their illness....

  • 7 fun summer activities for older people
    7 fun summer activities for older people

    The summer brings with it better weather, better attitudes and people smile more. But for older people it can be a tricky time. The heat of the sun makes dehydration more likely, and sunburn is...

  • Actions On Stroke Month
    Actions On Stroke Month

    If you've been affected by stroke, or if a member of your family or friends has suffered one, Action on Stroke month is an event aimed to increase awareness of the condition. Millions of...

  • Are you getting a quality home care service?
    Are you getting a quality home care service?

    Home care services get a rough time in the media. The risks of opening up your home to strangers to come in and deliver often very personal care to a vulnerable member of your family are often discussed in newspapers and on...

  • DIABETES IN OLDER PEOPLE, AND HOW YOU CAN HELP THEM
    DIABETES IN OLDER PEOPLE, AND HOW YOU CAN HELP THEM

    Diabetes type 2 is so common amongst older people, it has actually become the most prevalent form of the condition. If an older member of your family has recently been diagnosed with diabetes, you may be...

  • Home Care or Care Home? Which is best?
    Home Care or Care Home? Which is best?

    No-one likes the idea of bundling their much-loved elders into a care home, but following a diagnosis of major illness, or a sudden stroke or heart attack, most older people do need care of some kind.

    How to help older people stay active all year round

    How to help older people stay active all year round

    Staying active isn't just about physical exercise, although obviously that's one aspect of it. There are other parts of a person that need activity, and the mind is a big part of that. Minds that have nothing to do can...

  • How to improve the quality of life of your older relatives who suffer with arthritis
    How to improve the quality of life of your older relatives who suffer with arthritis

    Many people who become arthritic begin with RMD earlier in their lives. They may have had a thumb that ached a lot and didn't do the whole spectrum of movements normally associated with thumbs. They may have had achy joints or feet that didn't seem...

  • How your relationship with your parents can improve their mental health
    How your relationship with your parents can improve their mental health

    Mental health is so hard to understand, especially if you don't have any issues yourself. When a member of our family, or one of our friends, has a mental health illness, it can be very hard...

  • mens health week
    mens health week

    Many of us working age adults persist in a kind of utopian ideal that old age and retirement will bring enjoyable, relaxing times and reduced levels of stress. After all, we spend most of our adult lives taking care of other...

  • The links between behaviour, dementia, and communication PART 1
    The links between behaviour, dementia, and communication PART 1

    Communication is at the seat of quite a few challenges for individuals with dementia, and a carers. The first in a special series of three for Dementia Awareness Week about dementia and communication, this article looks at some of the reasons...

  • Tips on caring for elderly skin
    Tips on caring for elderly skin

     

    Older relatives will find their skin is a lot more sensitive and fragile than it used to be. This means that lots of things we know as younger adults to be bad for us, are likely to do even more harm when we're...

  • What you need to know about epilepsy
    What you need to know about epilepsy

    Epilepsy is an electrical problem in the brain. Our brains use neurons that communicate with each other using chemical 'messengers'. When someone has an epileptic fit, it happens because those neurons behave uncharacteristically, sending random and unexpected bursts of electrical...

  • What you need to know about infection control around older people
    What you need to know about infection control around older people

    Infection control isn't a magic formula. There are no special words to say, and no more thought required than common sense. For all that, however, it's difficult to explain why infections can spread so easily, so we thought...

  • When dementia makes communication harder
    When dementia makes communication harder

    If you have a family member who has been diagnosed with dementia, you may not have noticed yet any particular difficulties with communication or behaviour. However, these areas...

What People Say About Us

This is a sample of what our clients think of our services.