This video says what we do and is presented by Gary Hardman – Managing Director. Gary is a Nurse and District Nurse by background and has been a Director of Nursing in the NHS for the last 10 years. Over the past 27 years he has been responsible for both providing care and commissioning or buying Health Care on behalf of others. He is passionate about supporting people to remain independent in their own homes through providing high quality Care, Support and Companionship for people.
We provide personal care, support and companionship in your own home. This is tailored to your needs and circumstances whether you are an older person, someone with learning disabilities, people with mental health issues, a physical and/or sensory impairment possibly through a stroke, dementia, cerebral palsy or have a terminal illness with palliative care and end of life care needs and carers. All services are culturally sensitive.
If you would like discuss how we might be able to support you or someone you care for then please get in touch through emailing email@example.com or telephoning 07854965088
If you're looking to enhance your well-being and overall health please get in touch. Proud To Care Ltd provides Domicilliary Care, Support and Companionship and look forward to meeting you.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have recently been to inspect Proud To Care Services and now publish their report in September 2019. They took time to interview Clients, family members and Care and Support Workers. We have met all 5 standards they assessed. For a summary of the findings and access to the full report please visit the WHY CHOOSE US page
Overall rating for this service Good
Is this service Effective? - Good
Is this service Caring? - Outstanding
Is this service Responsive? - Good
Is this service Well-led? - Good
HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
Proud to care is delighted to announce that at a recent award ceremony held at the Houses of Parliament, we were presented with the award for best potential growth for a new business in the UK.
Speaking after the ceremony, David Amess MP took the time to commend those involved, saying "My congratulations go to all those entrepreneurs, all the finalists and especially to those who won awards. To start a business in the current economic climate and succeed in the ways that these finalists have is an incredible achievement".
Kevin Horne, a member of the judging panel added; "In what was a highly competitive category, Proud To Care best captured what we were looking for in terms of expansion and job creation to date; alongside the potential to outstrip existing predictions for growth in the future. We were impressed by the drive and determination shown by Gary, his wealth of experience in what is an extremely demanding sector alongside the clear commercial objectives for the business made Proud To Care stand out from all the other finalists".
Gary Hardman, Managing Director of Proud To Care said; "I am truly delighted to have our achievements recognised so soon after launching Proud To Care. Our focus at Proud To Care is to provide very personalised high quality care. Through this we are beginnining to build a reputation for being good at what we do which has promoted growth."