Welcome to Corinium Care, the live-in care agency where the personal touch is at the heart of all we do.
We provide high-quality live-in carers for elderly and vulnerable people who wish to maintain their independence and remain in their own homes for as long as possible. We pride ourselves on offering our clients and their families dignity and peace of mind with a combination of high standards, kindness, understanding and confidentiality at all times.
From our base in Gloucestershire, we operate all over the UK, and primarily in the southern part of the country, from Wales through to Sussex, Kent and London. We are one of the leading live-in care agencies in the UK.
We are proud to have achieved an ‘Outstanding’ rating for our caring service from the Care Quality Commission and an overall rating of ‘Good’.
Our clients’ primary need is care and companionship which allows them to stay in their own home. Some have varying degrees of dementia, from short-term memory loss to advanced Alzheimer’s. Others may have Parkinson’s disease, or are recovering from a stroke. Some need respite care.
Looking for care?
Choosing live-in care is about securing the peace of mind which comes from having one-to-one support and gentle companionship in your own home. It enables our clients to preserve a greater degree of independence, knowing that their carer is at their side, offering constant help and encouragement.
Wishing to become a carer?
All our live-in carers are carefully selected, and benefit from Corinium Care’s award-winning training programme. They come from all walks of life but what they have in common is a caring nature, common sense and a desire to make their client feel safe and comfortable in their own home.
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Live-in Carer Testimonials
“I cannot praise Corinium Care too highly. Since my husband Leo developed Parkinson’s Disease thirteen years ago, we have used their marvellous service more and more. To begin with their carers filled in for the odd fortnight when our live-in carers went on holiday, but after Leo became bedridden, after a long stint in hospital…….”
Jilly Cooper, Gloucestershire