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Being faced with the difficult decision of having to choose care for yourself or a loved one can often be a daunting prospect. Novus Care is here to help and support you through this process by providing information and answers to any questions you may have, in order to re-assure you that you or your loved one will experience the highest standard of care at all times.

Novus Care is committed to providing a reliable, exceptional standard of home care to vulnerable people who wish to remain living independently in their own homes. All of our care packages are tailored to the individual, so whether you are looking for domestic care, support with personal care or palliative care, our team of dedicated home care workers can provide whatever you or your loved one need.

Although most client’s care needs are ongoing, we also specialise in short term respite support. If your usual carer or relative needs a break then Novus Care can step in and provide care and support for a few days or a few weeks. Click on each of the services to find out more about the specific care needs we can address. Get in touch for more details about any of our care services, or request a brochure for someone today.

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If you require 24-hour support, a live-in care team can help you live independently in your own home.Help with daily activities such as washing and getting dressed. Having a professional carer support you rather than a relative can retain dignity and self-confidence.Help with household tasks and chores including cleaning, shopping, meal preparation and general housework. This allows vulnerable adults to keep a clean and tidy home which is always ready for visitors.Need to pick up a prescription, post a parcel or get to an appointment? A carer can take you or run errands on your behalf.Fight loneliness with the help of a caring, dedicated home care worker. Whether you want company at home, for a medical appointment or a social outing, our carers can offer real companionship.We understand the specific care needs of people with mental or physical disabilities, and help them to live as independently as possible.Help with prompting or administering prescribed medication, to look after your health and wellbeing.A carer can allow your loved ones to take a much needed break.Provide comfort and dignity for you and your family in your time of need.Provide support to help you recover after surgery or being discharged from hospital.
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