Home care in Bolton

Our highly-trained team of care professionals is dedicated to providing high-quality personalised care-at-home services throughout Bolton, Chew Moor, Great Lever, Little Lever, Astley Bridge, Doffcocker, Egerton and other surrounding towns and villages.

About Us

Visiting care and domiciliary care in Bolton

Bolton, a historic 19th-century boomtown and one of Britain’s largest towns, is renowned as the birthplace of celebrities like Peter Kay, Vernon Kay, and Sir Ian McKellen. Located in the heart of northern England, Bolton pulses with local pride and community spirit. 

Our Home Care team in Bolton offers personalised care services tailored to your needs. From companionship and housekeeping to specialised Dementia, Palliative and End-of-Life care, we provide flexible options ranging from as little as 30 minutes per week to 24/7 live-in care. 

With a proven track record of over five years in delivering high-quality, outstanding care, Clarity Home Care Bolton has earned the trust of clients, families, and care professionals alike. Our commitment to treating everyone with respect, dignity, and compassion is at the heart of everything we do. When you choose Clarity Homecare Bolton, you’re choosing a team that is experienced, trusted, and compassionate. 

Finding the right care for a loved one can be challenging, but our Home Care team in Bolton is here to provide reassurance and support. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulates all of our care services. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you and your family. 

What we do

Our Homecare Services

Choosing the right care solution can be challenging. We’re here to guide you, ensuring you can make a knowledgeable and informed decision for yourself or your loved one.

Why choose us?

Why choose Clarity Homecare?

Led by experts with 28+ years in the industry

Supporting thousands of service users nationwide

Local offices throughout the UK

Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered

In-house training to city & guilds standards

Carefully matched care professionals

Fully bespoke and regularly reviewed care plans

Core values of compassion, and dignity with a family ethos

How do I start receiving Home Care?

Follow our five-step guide to arrange the best care solution for you

01.

Contact your local Clarity office

02.

Receive a free consultation

Our friendly care team at your local office will schedule a complimentary care assessment.

03.

Agree on your bespoke care plan

We work with you to create a bespoke care plan tailored to your requirements.

04.

Be carefully matched with a Clarity Care Professional

After carefully assessing your requirements, we identify and match you with a Clarity Care Professional who aligns perfectly with your needs.

05.

Your home care begins

Once you’re happy with your care plan, your care begins, with your dedicated care manager overseeing each step for a seamless experience. Your well-being is our priority.

Testimonials

Feedback From Our Customers

All the carers are great with Mum, the app’s really good to get daily updates on how Mum’s doing. They are so patient with Mum in getting her up and ready and general care and administering meds. Overall very happy.
Samantha H
Care recipient's daughter - (Bolton)
My Mum has been using Clarity Homecare services since May 2022. They not only care for my Mum, but emotionally support me too. It is so true that the whole team care for their clients as if they’re their own family.
Karen s
Care recipient's daughter - (Bolton)
Best care company I’ve ever had, the care is exceptional. The management team are very professional. Would highly recommend to any person who needs care in your home.


Janet p
Care recipient - (Bolton)

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Personal Care Services provide support with daily living tasks such as bathing, dressing, and taking medication.

Home Help and Housekeeping services include:

  • Cleaning and Tidying
  • Laundry and Ironing
  • Grocery Shopping and Errands
  • Meal Preparation
  • Pet Care

Every member of our care teams has been through a rigorous vetting procedure before they start working with us, including a DBS check. In addition, all staff will always be in uniform and carry a personalised identification card which shows their name, photograph and signature.

Our fully customisable care plans are regularly reviewed to ensure our services align with your current requirements. We will always do our best to accommodate any adjustments you wish to make to your care plan.

No, not exactly; End-of-life care is more intensely concentrated towards pain management and comfort. It is typically provided to individuals in the final stages of life. In contrast, Palliative Care can provide support at any stage of a life-threatening illness or injury.

Companionship Care focuses on social needs, whereas Personal Care provides support with daily living tasks such as bathing, dressing and medication.

Live-in Care provides a comprehensive range of care services around the clock to ensure that recipients remain safe, comfortable and well-cared for as they continue to live independently in their own homes. It assists with Personal Care, Medication, Shopping, Meal Preparation, Housekeeping, Companionship, Social Outings, Pet Care, and more.

Live-in Care significantly enhances its recipients’ quality of life and overall well-being by providing a 24/7 service, fully customised to meet their requirements. When loved ones are not around, they can trust that their family member is well-cared for.

We assign each service user to a small, dedicated team. Whilst we cannot guarantee that you will always receive the same care assistant, you can be confident that you will receive continuity from the same close-knit team of Care Professionals. 

Our care professionals receive in-house City & Guilds Assured training before providing care to dementia patients. This specialised training aims to provide an understanding of dementia, its stages, effective support methods, how to recognise symptoms and cognitive changes, and how to improve communication techniques.

Palliative Care is required when a terminal illness or life-threatening condition has been diagnosed. It is provided to people who are living with conditions like Cancer, Parkinson’s, or Dementia, for example.

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Get in touch!

Send us a message via our ‘Contact Us’ page, or call us to discuss your requirements. Our team is ready to help!