Our Somerset home care services provide all the support you need to stay in your own home, helping you maintain your independence and wellbeing.
Maintain your independence with care at home
Our home care services help you maintain your independence by delivering the care you need in the comfort of your own home. We’ll tailor your package to meet your specific needs, whether that’s helping with personal care, preparing meals, or getting out into the community.
Our carers are well-trained and supported, providing the highest quality care to help you live comfortably at home.
About our home care
- Household tasks such as cleaning and preparing meals
- Daily needs, including personal care, medication and shopping
- Social activities, including trips to a cafe or a social group, so you can stay involved in the community
- Respite care for your primary caregiver
Margaret’s home care story
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Commonly asked questions
- What is home care?
Home care allows you to maintain your independence by providing the care and support you need in the comfort of your own home. The care you need may be anything from support with daily living tasks such as shopping, food preparation and cleaning, to being accompanied to social outings.
If you feel that you have reached the stage where you could benefit from support at home, then our care and support services might be exactly what you need. We’ll work with you to tailor our care to meet your specific needs, whether that’s simply help with personal care or preparing meals. Our hours will fit with your needs.
- How do I apply for home care?
Read our guide on applying for home care to find out who to contact and your funding options.
- Why choose Brunelcare?
Founded in 1941, Brunelcare has over 80 years of experience providing high-quality housing, care and support for older people in the South West.
We support over 2,000 customers across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Somerset, and are recognised for our expertise in caring for people living with a dementia.
In addition to our own rigorous self-assessment, we are regulated by the CQC. We also regularly seek our customers’ views and feedback to ensure we maintain a high standard of care and high levels of satisfaction in our services.
As a charity, we do not pay dividends to shareholders. Any profit we make is reinvested back into the services we provide.
Brunelcare employees are skilled, friendly and qualified. We have designed our recruitment and selection methods to ensure that we recruit a high calibre of employees that suit the culture of each care home.
All of our colleagues are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check before working for us and, once approved, they undergo a full induction programme and receive continuous training.
Our team is extremely experienced at working with older people who may be frail, have a learning disability, or have a long-term illness.