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The Good Care Group - Live-in Care

The Good Care Group provides a multi-award winning live-in care service to your loved ones in the comfort of their own homes. We specialise in providing 24 hour live in care on a permanent or respite basis.

In addition to general care and support, we also have specialist services for complex conditions such as Dementia, Parkinson’s, MS and Stroke rehabilitation.

The Good Care Group also provide's information and advice on financial topics including:-

  • Cost of live-in care
  • Care funding
  • Care funding from health and social care
  • How care funding works
  • How to apply for care funding
  • Financing options for live-in care
  • Who qualifies for care funding
  • Self-funding live-in care
  • Funding for respite care
  • Home care and benefits entitlements
  • Personal Health Budgets

For further information about The Good Care Group and how we can help you, please visit our website.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Client Services Team
0808 2522 939
The Good Care Group

Where to go

Head Office
15th Floor Tower Building
York Road

The Good Care Group provides its services nationwide including the Stockton area.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
24 hours a day, seven days a week
Time of day

Other Details


Available on request


Referral required
Other notes

Services Offered 

  • Live in Care
  • Dementia Care 
  • Day Care 
  • Respite Care
  • Post OP Care

CQC Information

The Good Care Group is a CQC registered and Care inspectorate regulated care provider.We specialise in providing 24 hour live in care at home for individuals with disabilities and the elderly on a permanent or respite basis across England and Scotland.

We are the UKs most accredited and awarded domiciliary care provider A career in live in care offers a secure and fulfilling job but also free accommodation as carers live in the clients home.

At the good care group we offer daily rate and monthly earnings, training programmes, subsidised flights during the peak seasons and salaries above market rates.

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