Our qualified, dedicated and trained care workers are placed with those requiring care due to hospital discharge, respite or care needed for dementia, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or stroke.
Once registered with Golden Care Agency we’ll match you with a client that best suits your experience, training and commitment. We have a number of carer placements available.
We know that every person’s needs are different. That’s why our care agency will only place a carer with you once we’ve popped in for a personal face to face visit
We believe that properly understanding your care needs and placing the right carer with you will give you piece of mind.
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