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Our services are provided to persons in the following groups:

  1. Frail and vulnerable adults

  2. People with dementia

  3. Mental health problems

  4. Physical disabilities

  5. Sensory impairment

  6. Illness (including end of life care)

  7. People who are recovering from illness

  8. Adults with Learning Difficulties


We offer a range of services, tailored to meet client individual needs helping service users to exercise choice and overall control over their lives. We aim to provide a lifestyle for service users which satisfies their social, cultural, religious and recreational interests. We offer


Personal care including:

  • Assistance with washing, bathing and showering

  • Assistance with bed bathing

  • Assistance with toileting, Continence Management

  • Assistance with dressing, undressing, getting up and going to bed

  • Care of skin, hair, teeth and nails where appropriate

  • Assistance with medication

  • Assistance with medical care where appropriate

  • Night sleep or sitting service

  • Respite Care

  • Social/Day Care

  • 24 hour Live in Car

  • Peg Feeds

  • Stoma Care (Colostomy and Ileostomy}

  • Catheter Care

  • Blood glucose monitoring

  • Blood pressure monitoring

  • Palliative/End of Life Care

  • Day sitting service

  • Support to Colleges

  • Support to Schools

We also provide professional and non-professional relief staff for organisations, agencies and individuals. Social care, listening and talking to people is regarded as an important part of delivering care.  We can assist the client to keep in touch with their friends and relatives and help with letter writing; also:

  • Assistance with planning and shopping

  • Assistance with paying bills and pension collection


Domestic care including:

  • Assistance with cleaning and housework

  • Assistance with laundry and ironing

  • Assistance with the management of fuel and heating


Provision of meals and dietary care including:

  • Food preparation in the client’s home

  • Assistance with feeding



Service Users are encouraged to live as independently as possible and are supported to make their own decisions and organise their own daily routines. They are also assisted to take responsibility for their own medication where possible. When this not possible due to specific risk assessments, staff will ensure all medication is ordered, received and administered in accordance with EPES Care Services medication policy, the instructions of the Service User’s GP or consultant and in compliance with current legislation.


Every service user is allocated a Locality Manager, who is responsible for monitoring, reviewing and co-ordinating the individual’s care plan. They also liaise with family members and advocates and assist Service Users, as indicated in their care plan, with arranging activities such as personal shopping, visits to the GP or dentist and holidays.

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