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Certified Precious Hope Care ISO 9001 - 2010
  • End of life Care

    Our goal is to provide high quality personal care for people in the final period of life in their own homes.
  • Quality Home Care Service,
    You Can Trust Blindly

    We organise our staff to fit your schedule, whether you need a few hours or twenty four hours of care, we are here to help and care for you or your loved one.
  • In Home Care That
    Elevates the Human Spirit

    We offer services to those who are disabled or have chronic or terminal illness or those recovering from illness and anyone needing care or extra help around the house.

Our Company Mission

We provide high quality domiciliary home and nursing care services individually tailored to your needs in Leicester City, Leicestershire, Northampton City, Northamptonshire, Rutland and Milton Keynes.
We are passionate about meeting and exceeding the expectations of our clients, in doing so we earn their recommendation to others. We value consistency and believe in providing excellent care through compassion, experience and our desire to help others.

Changing the Face of Aging

  • - Reading, writing and light household tasks
  • - Shopping for food or clothing
  • - Travelling to and from appointments
  • - Doing hobbies, arts and crafts together
  • - Purchasing magazines, newspapers and books
  • - Social visits to neighbours and clubs
  • - Preparing simple meals
  • - Video calls to family and friends

How To Get Started With Precious Hope Health and Home Care

Learn How To Get Started with Home Care
The best way to provide the highest quality level of care requires an initial meeting where family and/or client meet with a Visiting Precious Hope Care Health and Home Care coordinator. This meeting includes a detailed review of care needed, schedule request (if known), specific requests of family or client, and any other concerns. This is an excellent opportunity to ask questions and it is an excellent opportunity for us to get to know you as well. If you are feeling overwhelmed, we can make recommendations as we have much experience in understanding what works in certain situations.

The following topics are commonly discussed during initial meetings.

  • Specific physical needs of the care recipient with regards to bathing and grooming, dressing, meals and diet, mobility, and incontinence.
  • Reviewing schedules involving sleep, eating and medicine.
    Specific emotional needs such as social interaction, activities, conversation, appointments, and companionship.
  • Specific assistance with homemaking such as preparation of meals, groceries, linens, laundry, and light housekeeping.
  • Logistics of schedules, access to the home, documentation, and the details of how to work with scheduling changes, the office or the caregivers.