Person Centred Care

Cheltenham home care, home help, elderly care & respite.

What does it do?

Specialist Services include:

Dementia Care, mental health, acquired brain injury, palliative care, home care.

No more searching through Yellow Pages as we have trusted extra services for users which include:

Fully qualified & CRB / DBS checked electrician services, no call out fee’s at extremely competitive prices.

Handy man services, all CRB / DBS checked, where no job is too big or too small, again at extremely competitive prices.

Home visits for hair dressing.

Who it is for?

What we do

The right home care services can be an affordable solution, for you, or a loved one, to be able to keep your independence.

Our home care services can be very flexible to fit around your needs and your family’s every day activities.

You may be caring for a loved one and finding it difficult to get any respite, everyday simple tasks such as shopping become more and more difficult. It is understandable that you may need a break or simply some time to recharge your batteries.

Person Centred Care are able to provide you with home care services, personal care, support and most importantly companionship.

Many clients often need help at certain times with:

Getting up and / or going to bed, Dressing, Continence care and bathing, housekeeping and daily duties such as laundry, prompting with medication, help with preparing meals, social outings and companionship, sleeping nights, waking nights.

Where it is available?

Local service (Forest of Dean, Gloucester, South Gloucestershire, Stroud, Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Cotswold).

What it costs:

Home Care, Personal Budgets and Direct Payments

Personal budgets are an amount of money that the council has agreed you will need to pay for your home care, as identified in your support plan, following a social care assessment.

A personal budget can be a combination of your own and the local authority’s money. Once the amount has been agreed, your personal budget can be used flexibly, as long as it meets the outcomes identified in your assessment, and the support listed in your care plan.

You can have your personal budget paid directly to you as a Direct Payment, or directly to your chosen care provider. This means you can organise, buy and manage all your agreed support for yourself with the benefit of easy payment options. You can even opt to have a combination of both of these options, so that the local authority manages part of your personal budget and you manage the other part.

Contributing to the cost of Support

Personal budgets are means tested and contributions to it may be exclusively from your local authority, from you directly, or a combination of both. These contributions are determined according to your financial circumstances – your savings, income and regular financial commitments. The local authority carry out a Financial and Benefits Assessment, this will let you know what, if any contribution you would need to make towards your personal budget. This assessment will also make sure that you are left with enough money to meet your normal living expenses.

If you would like help or advice with Personal Budgets please contact our friendly staff on 01242 321 123

How to access or apply for it:

Please call our friendly staff on 01242 321 123 or visit our web site

What to expect then:

We will organise a complete a care plan, and discuss your needs and what you would like from a care company.


Info last updated: