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Organisation details

Oak East Care

*** PROVIDER CLOSED NOV 2019 ***

 

Oak East Care provides tailored home care services for elderly, people affected by Autism, Learning Disability and those who need assistance. They provide individually tailored packages of support to enable Service Users to live an ordinary life in their community; working in partnership with the people they support, families and stakeholders to ensure that a person-centred approach is implemented.

The service is provided by skilled staff whose skills are updated on a regular basis.with regular support to carry out their role. Oak East Care will provide close interaction with clients and their families, updating with what is going on with their loved one’s through phone calls, emails, skype that might help to bridge the gap when distance is a barrier. They will on regular basis send the survey to stakeholders to seek the opinion and feedback to ensure the quality of the service.

 

Depending on the requirements and personal assessment of Service User they can provide packaged that range from to 2-24hrs care packages.

Contact Details

Oak East Care, 
Unit 9C,
Queen's Yard,
White Post Lane,
London E9 5EN

Web:  www.oakeastcare.co.uk
Email: info@oakeastcare.co.uk
Telephone: 07718 301 095

 

CHOOSING THE RIGHT CARE AGENCY - A MESSAGE FROM PEOPLE FIRST

People First cannot recommend individual home care agencies, and does not vouch for the quality of service which they currently provide. Please refer to our disclaimer page for more details. 

It is important that you satisfy yourself that you will receive the service which you need, and that it will be of a high standard. We recommend that you refer to the following websites when deciding which home care agency to use:-

· The Care Quality Commission website – they inspect home care agencies regularly and publish their inspection reports online, highlighting what an agency does well and where there is a need for improvement

· The NHS Choices website 
– they allow you to search for home care agencies in your area, to see what other people have said about them, and to rate them yourself based on your experiences 

 

 

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