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How to deal with loneliness in care homes

We provide live-in and day time care at home. Our care is focused on supporting the best possible quality of life. We provide the right people that match your personality and interests.

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Wellbeing is at the heart of what we do at Plan with Care. We see care as a part of our service, not the point of our service.  We look holistically at what brings people pleasure, their relationships, their needs, and the things that are meaningful to them. 

If someone needs care at home we have our own paid carers and we are CQC registered. By employing our own carers (we call them Care and Wellbeing Assistants) we can offer a much higher quality of care and wellbeing support.  


We can provide regular care: including care for people with high support needs, end of life care and live-in care.  Read more about the estimated costs of Care and wellbeing support at home.

Plan with Care provides care at home  across Kent, Sussex and London.

“We provide a quality of life service, not a care service. For many people having high quality care and support is critical to a good quality of life which is why we provide care when it is needed”

Our care services

Everyone we support has a dedicated Care and Wellbeing Consultant who spends time getting to know them in detail and assesses their care and wellbeing. 

Live-in care

  • Plan with Care can provide live-in Care and Wellbeing Assistants.

  • 70 hours of care from one Care and Wellbeing Assistant every week (provided by 2 Assistants on rotation). 

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Care and Wellbeing Assistants

Our Assistants can help with personal care (for example, showering, going to the toilet and getting dressed). They could also help with preparing meals, taking medication, and anything else that is included in the Care and Wellbeing Plan.  

Additionally, they develop long term relationships with the people they support. They learn about their life, get to know their character and quirks, and do things  together that are meaningful and fun.

Care and Wellbeing Consultants

Your Consultant puts in place a plan that ensures wellbeing is improved, in addition to care needs being met. The Consultant is the main point of contact for everything. 


The Consultant visits to review care and wellbeing at least every 3 months. They also supervise and train all Care and Wellbeing Assistants, and take care of other paperwork.    

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Day time care at home

  • Plan with Care can provide Care and Wellbeing Assistants who support people in their own home during the day.

  • This is usually between 4 and 8 hours a day, 5 to 7 days a week.

Get in touch for a free initial consultation and find out how we can help with care at home

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"Life has improved immeasurably since Plan with Care put Neil in place to help with my husband John. John is blind and living with dementia, and we feel so lucky to have Neil to support us. With his quiet and gentle humour, he fits in so well. It’s lovely. John and I cannot fault him – we feel very lucky."

Marie, John's wife

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