About

Our Philosophy

Sooner or later many of us will find that we need a little extra help; often there is a reluctance to admit that that support is needed.  Maybe loved ones express concerns about tasks that used to be easy and have become just a little too difficult, or an informal carer may need extra help to care for a relative or friend.

Home is an integral part of our lives; full of comfort, familiarity & memories. It is often preferable to enable people who are over the age of 18, sick and/or disabled to remain in the place they regard as home.

Here at Cerecare we offer a service to people (Service Users) that fulfills their needs, allows them to remain in the comfort of their own homes,to retain their independance, maintain their dignity, privacy and right to choose how and when their care is delivered.

What We Do

We specialise in delivering quality Domiciliary care, Holiday care, University student support and Respite Services , primarily across West Wales. Our Management team bring considerable experience from Public, Private Care and Health Care sectors.

Each of our service users is an individual with his or her specific needs, priorities & preferences. The aim of all of our care assistants is to provide a highly reliable and professional level of service, to ensure that the best possible standard of care is available to those most in need.

Some service users simply need a Care Assistant to help them with:
   
• Personal care / continence care.
• Security.
• Light domestic.
• Medication supervision.
• Mobility around the home. 
• Companionship.
• Cooking & Providing meals and fluids.

 
   
Some service users need a greater level of service because they may have:
   
• A terminal illness.     
• Osteoporosis/ Osteomalacia/Osteoarthiritis.    
• Loss of sight or hearing.   
• Mobility issues following an injury or joint replacement.
• Multiple sclerosis or other chronic illnesses.   
• Stroke or paralysis.    
• Parkinson’s disease or Huntington’s disease.    
• Dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease or Lewy bodies.    
• Post operative surgery.
• A need for regular assistance by a Registered Nurse 

If you would like to speak with someone regarding what you have seen on our website, please feel free to contact us on: 01570 423342