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171 Home Care Providers in Kent

What you can expect to pay in home care fees in Kent

There are many organisations across Kent providing a range of homecare services to help support elderly parents and relatives in their own homes.  The costs are usually priced by the hour, and will depend upon the type of care and support you need.  Where your loved one lives and how often they need someone to visit them will also impact on the price, which could range from £13 – £20 per hour.  This can mount up for regular daily visits over a month, so alternatives you may want to consider includes live-in care.

Specialist home care services in Kent

Some care companies can provide home carers in Kent for people living with specific medical conditions. Find out more below about what specialist care is available across Kent for the elderly.

Dementia care in Kent

There are 143 home care companies that provide dementia care in Kent. These include:

Nursing care in Kent

There are 171 Kent home care agencies and providers that offer additional in-home nursing care. These include:

Mental health home care in Kent

There are 112 companies that can provide Kent carers for adults living with mental health issues. These include:

Your questions answered on Kent home care services

How many Kent home care providers have the highest CQC rating?

6 care at home companies in Kent have received a ‘Outstanding’ rating by the CQC. These include:

What companies can also provide live-in care in Kent?

19 companies can provide Kent live-in care services for the elderly, in addition to domiciliary/day care. These include:

Do any companies offer respite care in Kent?

For when you’re in need of a break or the regular carer is unavailable, the following providers offer home respite care in Kent:

Can I get help paying for care in Kent?

If your parents have savings of £23,250 or higher they won't be eligible for financial help towards the cost of home care in Kent. Speak with the local authority in Kent to arrange a care needs assessment if their savings are under this threshold.