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Personal Home Care

We provide personal home care to help with the more intimate or personal daily routines.

 Our personal home care services support the elderly and frail, physically disabled, learning disabled, or those with mental health illness with personal daily routines at home that may be impossible to do alone, or have become more difficult.

Preserving dignity

We always preserve the dignity of our customer, ensuring that we take a warm and respectful approach to personal home care routines.

Supporting independence and choice

Where ever possible, and where it is safe to do so, we will let our customers do things for themselves. We encourage independence and confidence in being independent.

Our home care team will always respect those we support, offering a personalised service taking into account your personal lifestyle, culture, choices, and wishes.

Find out how our personal home care can help you today…

If you would like a chat, or more information about our personal home care, you can contact our team to discuss your requirements at a time that suits you.


My Homecare Surrey offer the following services :-

  • Getting out of bed in the morning
  • Help with washing and dressing
  • Assistance with maintaining personal appearance
  • Help and support with toileting/incontinence
  • Getting settled in for the evening and going to bed

My Homecare Surrey provide services on the following basis :-

  • Visit times and length tailored to your needs

  • Routine visits at the time you need, one to five times daily. Minimum visit period 30 minutes in duration

  • Overnight stays and sleep in services.

  • Respite care and short term contracts for periods such as main carer holiday

  • Domestic services starting from one hour duration

  • A flexible service as the needs of the person develop.


Our specialist services have developed through experience and training and are listed below

  • Elderly people with reduced physical capabilities.

  • Dementia.

Our trained carer will maintain the comfort and safety of the person. During interventions they will aim to promote the retention of skills using practical sessions and aim to reduce anxiety

Adults with physical disabilities

  • such as multiple sclerosis, trauma caused through injury and learning disabilities

  • People suffering from mental health problems such as depression, stress, behavioural problems.