Visiting home care
in Derby and Ashbourne
We can arrange for carers to visit you in your home in the Derby and Ashbourne area at a time that suits your needs. From 30 minutes a week to several visits per day, our visiting carers provide a consistent and reliable service.
We have local carers throughout Derby and Ashbourne, so a carer can be with you whenever you need them to ensure you or your loved one keep as much of your independence as possible.
Live in care
in Derby and Ashbourne
Live-in care is a cost-effective, safe and personalised alternative to residential care homes. We are proud to offer 24-hour live in care in your own home from friendly, professional and experienced carers in the Derby and Ashbourne area.
Our live-in carers are there to help with anything throughout the day or night, from administering medication to shopping and running errands.
Home care in Derby and Ashbourne
Good Oaks Home Care Derby and Ashbourne provides premium visiting care and live-in care.
Located in the county town of Derbyshire, the Good Oaks Home Care Derby office is a leading local provider of home care services, regulated by the CQC and Dignity in Care registered.
Good Oaks Home Care Derby works exclusively with private individuals and our success is largely due to recommendations and referrals. Our aspiration is to become the most respected home care agency Derby has to offer, and to be not only one of the leading care providers for the local community, but the employer of choice for caregivers across Derbyshire.
We provide a range of domiciliary care services from personal care, household & domestic services and specialist care services including live-in care and companionship services.
Home care in Derby
From Oakwood to Pear Tree and Normanton to Kingsway, our carers are based across the whole of Derby.
Home care in Derbyshire
Our carers are spread out far and wide, so contact us to find out if we can provide care for you in Derbyshire.
Home care in Ashbourne
We also provide home care and live-in care to residents of Ashbourne and the surrounding areas such as Mayfield and Wyaston.
Mickleover, Littleover, Sunny Hill, Allenton, Alvaston, Chellaston, Spondon, Chaddesden, Oakwood and Little Eaton.
Home from hospital
Whether you're currently in Royal Derby Hospital or other local hospitals, we can provide home from hospital care throughout Derby and the surrounding area, even assessing you on the ward.
Learning and physical disabilities
We meet people with learning disabilities and their families, and carefully talk to them and assess what their needs, wants, hopes and ambitions are.
Respite care Derby
Good Oaks provides short-term respite care in Derby through our local team of professional home carers, to provide carers and clients with peace of mind and a proper recuperation time.
Sometimes care needs to be arranged quickly, be that because of a sudden change in circumstance or due to a crisis at home. We are on hand to provide emergency care in Derby at short notice.
Dementia care Derby
Our carers undergo dementia training as standard, and we put together care plans that put our clients and their families at the heart of what we do. Dementia care in Derby is what we do.
Strokes can lead to a sudden change in peoples' lives. We use empathy, expertise and patience to enable our client to recover their previous abilities as much as possible.
Accreditations and awards
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Arrange an assessment
We'll provide a free, no-obligation assessment in your home to discuss your needs and how we can help.
From the information you provide us, we'll work with you and your loved ones to put together a care plan.
When you're ready, we'll get everything set up. Our app will enable you to monitor our care records from anywhere in the world.
We keep in touch regularly, with regular reviews and contact with you and your loved ones.
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Why Good Oaks Home Care Derby and Ashbourne
Award winning home care in Derby and Ashbourne
Good Oaks works with your family, friends, neighbours, GPs, district nurses and other health professionals to form a team dedicated to meeting your needs.