Luton Friendship Homecarers
Registered with Care Quality Commission
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Our roots can be traced back to the Community Care Services Department of the Luton Seventh-Day Adventist Church. In 1994, they created a business called Luton Seventh-Day Adventist Friendship Homecarers, which quickly gained recognition from the local authority.
As the volume of work grew it was recognised that the business had outgrown the framework under which it was created and it was time to venture out from under the hospices of Luton Seventh-Day Adventist Church. In 2000 the company was re-branded Luton Friendship Homecarers and registered as a charity.
Initially our service delivery provided care aimed at addressing the identified needs of elderly members of the local community but with particular consideration to Afro-Caribbean elders. Our service provision has since been widened to include all elderly people within the community, regardless of their ethnic background, people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, sensory disabilities, mental health problems and families whose children require support.
Our service delivery is supported by a dedicated team of care workers. All care workers are stringently checked for their suitability and police clearance are obtained via the Criminal Police Bureau. Each care worker follows a continual programme of training and development to ensure the best quality care is provided in line with our clients' changing needs and new working practices and legalisations.
The administration function of the service is carried out at our offices at 92 Hastings Street in Luton.
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