Compassionate Live-in And Visiting Home Care Services
Professional, personal, and committed care for the elderly and older adults at risk in Devon
Helping you or your relatives live a fulfilling, independent life safely at home with flexible, cost-effective, and exceptional personal care.
Helping you stay in the comfort of your own home
Respectful care, consideration and support go hand in hand to enhance the quality of life for the elderly and older adults at risk.
With our range of live-in or visiting home care services, Care With Kindness focuses on personal and practical care to help you, or your loved ones, stay in the comfort and familiarity of home.
All of our experienced and highly qualified carers are selected because of their empathy for the elderly – for them, caring is a vocation not a job. With each bringing compassion and respect into your home, they’ll treat you and your family as individuals, providing the care you need, how and when you need it.
From 24/7 live-in personal care to essential visiting home care for everyday practical support or household help, personal care, wellbeing, or companionship – Care With Kindness has flexible support to suit everyone.
Mrs A (Exeter)
Compassion and care, with respect, in a rapidly changing life of my father, helped my family through a very difficult time. I would wholeheartedly recommend welcoming these carers, who feel like family, even though we have known them for a short time. I will miss their cheeriness every morning and night, but know they are caring for equally special people, in their time of need. Thank you all so much for looking after us and Dad.
Why choose Care With Kindness?
We have a commitment to providing a caring, effective, safe, well-led, and responsive service.
Care With Kindness gives the elderly and their families an essential lifeline. Offering care services that meet standards set by the Care Quality Commission, our carers provide help whenever and wherever needed.
Fully supported, person-centred, and family-focused live-in or visiting home care, delivered with compassion and empathy by dedicated carers
Meet & Greet
We offer an initial, free, and no-obligation, home visit assessment to fully understand what’s important to you and how you’d like us to provide care that meets your individual needs
We assign experienced, named primary and secondary carers for your support so you’ll always know who is visiting and when
The care provided is always centred around you or your loved one and we have the flexibility to increase or reduce support as your needs change
All phone, letter, email, or text messenger communications from carers or staff are always clear, honest, and confidential
All our carers receive full support, training, and development, and always feel valued and motivated to go beyond basic support and care
Our services are primarily aimed at clients living in rural areas. If needed, we arrange return transport for every carer to ensure essential support, at no extra cost
Our visiting carers can give extended care and support that’s not time-restricted, whenever it’s needed, to help build client relationships and trust
News and blog posts
Keep up date with the latest articles, blogs and news
7 Nov 2023
Since Care With Kindness started in 2021 it has had a real sense of clarity in what it wanted to achieve. “We knew that rural care in Devon, like all areas of the country, is a real problem and we wanted to make a difference”, said Registered Manager, Sarah. “The...
13 Sep 2022
It’s that time of year again. Orange and brown leaves are falling to the ground and the garden birds are preparing for the winter freeze. You may even begin to see frost and snow as early as...
26 Aug 2022
Live-in care is when a fully trained and qualified carer lives with you in your own home. The live-in carer will support you and care for your loved ones needs within the comfort of your own...
19 Aug 2022
An unpaid carer is a person of any age who cares and helps, unpaid, for a family member, friend or neighbour who cannot care and support themselves without help. When Mary Lorimer’s mother...