Choosing someone to care for a loved one can be a stressful experience. Two Counties Care will put your mind at ease.
We believe in being an active member of our community and strive to improve the support our Clients receive.
We invest in continual professional development and encourage all our staff to achieve vocational qualifications.
Information and signposting to Health & Social Care initiatives affecting Farnham and its surrounding villages.
Thank you so very much for all your care, efforts and advice. You really are all most excellent!”
I came home to a happy, contented, well cared for husband, still singing the praises of your girls. I cannot thank you enough. I am feeling restored this time and hope to get through the winter without any further problems, but it is good to know that you are there if I need you. Please pass on my thanks to all the girls involved
Thank you for the help Two Counties Care has given me over the last two years
With your support and kindness Mum has settled in to your daily visits. Each evening I would come home and she would tell me who had called. She was thrilled with her trip to the garden centre
Thank you for your kindness and care. Ma enjoyed her time with us, looked forward to seeing you each day and generally seemed very content whilst she stayed with us
I would like to thank you for the extremely good service I have received from your company – J has always been very kind
I would particularly like to comment on the flexibility that you and the carers showed when she needed extra assistance …… I cannot remember a single occasion of a carer not staying to help solve the problem …. you were always ready with additional or rescheduled care support if we needed it.
Many thanks to yourself and your staff for looking after my mother so well for the last four years …. at the age of 96, she now requires 24 hour specialized nursing care ….. but I think the friendliness of your carers has kept her cheerful when she needed their help …..
we visited father on Wednesday and yesterday. It was good to see him looking so well and I write to thank you and your team for all the help that you are giving. Thank you for being so willing and flexible with the extra hours that you have given over the recent months
Just a card to say Thank you so much for all you have done for Mum to enable her to stay at her own home as long as possible and especially Tracy for giving her always just that extra bit of care
We take a flexible approach to care and design our Care Plans to encourage people to enjoy as much independence as they are able, whether they are older people or others with a physical, sensory or cognitive disability. We are particularly used to supporting people who may be living with memory problems or Dementia and our staff are specifically trained to deal with those symptoms.
Our qualified staff will visit you in your own home and work closely you, your family members and other supporters to establish a package of domiciliary care suited to your needs and wishes. We take account of background and interests to equip our skilled Care Workers with the knowledge to properly engage the Client. We then conduct a risk assessment and produce a care plan and contract for your perusal and signature prior to commencement of any care visits.
Alternatively just call us on 01252 783227 to speak to one of our friendly office staff about your care needs.
Two Counties Care Limited is signed up to the Surrey Carer Aware programme. Work is expected to begin in April 2014 and we will bring you details here as they become available.
Farnham Alzheimer Cafe schedule:
The Cafe is held on a Tue evening at the Weydon Christian Centre in Upper Way, Farnham GU9 8RL from 6:30pm to 9:00pm.
The following sessions are planned for early 2015. A full programme for the new year will be published in January 2015.
27th Jan 2015 - Hitting brick walls: Living with dementia
24th Feb 2015 - Grieving and Guilt
Visitors will find a welcoming atmosphere, good food and live music. Most sessions will include a short presentation and discussion on some aspect of living with dementia.
The Cafe also has an information area where useful publications and leaflets on local services will be available.