Find a Homecare Agency

Helpline and serachable database of Homecare providers in UK

What does it do?

UKHCA provides help and information to those accessing homecare for themselves - Homecare, also known as domiciliary care, is a term for support provided in the home by one or more careworkers to assist someone with their daily life.
Enabling people who need care to remain in their home helps maintain personal independence, comfort and contact with their local community. Homecare is flexible, with just the right amount of assistance at any one time.
You may only require a small amount of support – from half an hour a week, to several hours a day, or even live-in care. The service may be on a temporary, intermittent or long term basis.

UKHCA's priorities are to promote the highest standards of care, to encourage training and development of homecare workers and to highlight homecare as the preferred option for people who need care.

Who it is for?

People seeking a homecare agency. Find an Agency Search resource and Helpline.

Where it is available?

National service (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales).

How to access or apply for it:

Via their helpline: 020 8661 8188 or


Info last updated:

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