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  1. United Life Chapel

    We offer physical, emotional and public educational assistance to the community in different ways. We share the message of the Bible as well as providing an opportunity for fellowship for members and the people in various communities among others. We come from many places and…
  2. Live-in Care at home

    8:30AM
    The Good Care Group provides award winning 24/7 live-in care, keeping clients safe and happy in the comfort of their own homes while improving their overall health and well-being. We understand the conditions our clients live with and deliver highly personalised, one-to-one care that reflects…
     020 3728 7577 020 3728 7577
    The Good Care Group
  3. The Homemade Helper

    Monday to Saturday
    Homemade helper assist people of all age struggling with day-to-day activities who are affected by long-term illnesses, weakened mobility, frailty and post-surgical procedures. Domestic Tasks: Shopping, tidying up, cleaning, bed making, laundry, ironing, rubbish disposal, de-cluttering and organising.   Running errands: Picking up supplies such…
    Leamington RoadStiviachallCoventryCV3 6GS
     07377571161 07377571161
    The Homemade Helper
  4. The Good Care Group

    Live-in Care by The Good Care Group offers a great alternative to residential care. With a 24-hour live in carer, you will be provided with a professional and personalised service within the comfort of your own home. Staying in safe and familiar surroundings can greatly…
    120 Leman StreetLondonE1 8EU
     020 3728 7577 020 3728 7577
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