We organise care for your loved ones with a small amount of notice.
You get the same team of carers day in day out seven days a week.
Safe and accurate information will be provided to each of our carers.
Our absolute priority is to offer the safest service possible following all the the guidance required by COVID-19 from Healthcare England.
Lease of Life Home Care Ltd provides a fast and reliable home care service every day of the week across Hertfordshire.
By providing the same team of experienced and qualified carers to their clients every time, Lease of Life ensures a trustworthy and safe service to make life easier at home.
‘Home is where the heart is’ is central to Lease of Life, which is determined to keep families together and the dedicated staff build relationships with everyone involved to provide the best experience possible.
The carers listen to clients and always welcome feedback to improve the service and to ensure they cover all healthcare needs. We know how important family is and what it means for you or loved one to receive care that is personalised to their needs.
We can support you at home and are committed to improving the quality of life for clients including those with physical disabilities, learning difficulties and older people, providing expert assistance as well as emotional support.
We can support you at home if you are living with Parkinson’s, MS, Cerebral Palsy, recovering from hospital treatment, Arthritis, Dementia, short term or long term care.
“I firmly believe home is where the heart is and strongly believe in keeping families together.
For the past years I have worked hard to achieve this. I am passionate about making a difference to people’s lives. With the support and dedication from my team of carers Lease of Life Home Care Ltd brings relief, calm and trust to all the service users that we work with.
Having worked in Health and social Care since I was 17 years old I always had a
passion to teach. I have worked with so many people over the years I can clearly see how vitally important it is to have qualified staff. Having staff who are capable and confident to do their job helps them to help the clients they are working with.
When you are working in Health and Social care, the minute you put on that uniform and or an ID badge you become a person that your clients will have an expectation of. Your clients will expect you to behave in a certain way, have certain amount of knowledge and certainly be the professional that they see you as.
As a team we pride ourselves on our dedicated approach to making
people’s lives easier”