Warrington-based home care company, Home Instead Senior Care, has acquired SuperCarers, for an undisclosed sum.
The deal is part of ambitious plans to extend the group’s ‘live-in’ care offering to enable more older people to be cared for at home.
The purchase of London-based SuperCarers, a care introductory business operating UK-wide, is in response to the changing needs of elderly clients who are looking for live-in care as an alternative to care homes. This is where a carer provides round the clock care in a person’s home.
Part of a global franchise network, Home Instead was established in the UK 15 years ago and in this time has grown considerably to 215 offices with 9,000 CAREGivers looking after 14,000 elderly clients.
As a national home care provider it specialises in providing care and companionship in the home for older people.
It also delivers specialist dementia care, plus live-in care, end-of-life and respite care.