Loneliness can effect us all at some point in our life, young or old, it can have a detrimental effect on our health and well being. Complete Care can support you from friendly face to face chats to taking up a new and exciting hobby.

Loneliness is an increasing problem for many people in our local community. Isolation and loneliness can have serious consequences on a persons health and well being if not addressed. According to the organisation 'Campaign to end lonliness' over 50% of people over the age of 75 live alone, with almost four million older people reporting that their TV is their main source of company. Around 11 % of elderly people report that they have contact with other people, whether neighbours, friends or family, less than once a month.

Life is often very busy and hectic with families juggling work, homelife and other family commitments. At Complete Care we realise that sometimes it isn't always possible to be there for our loved ones, no matter how much we might want to be. Complete Care can help you by offering a full range of services to support you and your family. We have an experienced team of dedicated care workers who can offer you or your loved one the support and care you need.


Our care team can support you on an ad hoc basis with appointments or regularly visiting for face to face chats, playing games or puzzles.

You are never too old to start a new hobby or ignite an old interest. Our team can encourage and support you with this, whether it is salsa dancing at the local community centre or walking in the countryside.  

We can also support with;

Appointments (GP, Hospital, Dentist, Nurse, Chiropodist)

Hobbies / interests 

Clubs / Events


Visiting family members

Our team are able to provide you with discreet care for any personal needs during the time spent away from home so that you can be assured comfort and dignity at all times.
You can rely on Complete Care to provide a quality, person centred service which meets your needs.


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To all the staff who helped nurse D, Thank you so much for all your care, your proffessionalism, your respect for dignity and your good humour. (Thank you also for the hugs C). I was really touched that so many of you attended D's funeral. He would have been so pleased. I hope you came away with the knowledge that D was a great man: a man with honour and love. He was everything to me and I miss him terribly. But as he would say "That's life - deal with it. Thank you once again, not only for your all your efforts on D's behalf, but also supporting me - especially when I was kranky through lack of sleep. You are a great team - the A-team (as D would say) and I am so grateful to you. Regards JR


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