About us

We are committed to providing that helping hand when life doesn’t run just quite to plan; being there for you for something as simple as helping you get over an operation, to being your companion and carer on a more sustained homecare basis.

We recognise those of you who care for a loved one, friend or neighbour. Treating your relative as if they were one of our own, we provide a much-needed break so you can look after your own health and wellbeing – knowing that those you care for are in the best possible hands.

Whatever your situation we’re here to help you get on with doing what you do best – living your life to the full.

Who can we help?


If you’re looking for home care support for someone you know, or for yourself we are here to help.

Whether you’re a carer, a family member looking for respite care or you’ve just been discharged from hospital, Homecare Support can provide you with a service that is tailored to your very individual needs – for as long as you need us.

Professional Care providers

If you’re a local authority looking for strategic advice on the delivery of your home care support services, our team of professionals can provide you with a number of different solutions based on your contractual obligations and existing care support agreements.

Homecare Support is part of the Human Support Group which was established in 1998 and provides care across many parts of the country through over 30 dedicated offices.

We are a people-focused business, from our hands-on senior managers who have local knowledge and experience in the areas we serve to our committed, compassionate care workers who do what they do because they care.

Accreditations and regulations

Homecare Support services are regulated by:

  • Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2010. In particular those regulations which refer to the arrangements for the provision of personal care and staffing. To access our latest reports click on this link
  • Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales – the regulator for social care and social services in Wales.
  • Care Inspectorate Scotland – the independent scrutiny and improvement body for care services in Scotland. To access our latest reports click on this link:
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