How to transfer


Looking for a change to your existing home care? Find out how to transfer to a new home carer

Transferring to a new home carer doesn’t need to be a complicated process. If you feel that you’re not getting the level of support you deserve, consider making a change. Burley’s can help to make this process straightforward, and worth your while.

Sometimes it becomes clear that a person isn’t getting the level of care and support they need or deserve. Circumstances can change, and when this happens, it’s important to find a home care provider that will work with you to make a simple transition, and ensure that it doesn’t have a negative effect on the individual in care.

If you’re thinking of changing your care provider, it’s easy to switch to Burley’s. You might like to begin by speaking with social services. We are on their preferred list of suppliers so you can rest assured that you’ll be in safe hands. You can also easily change by using direct payment.

We will give you all the support and advice you need to arrange the transfer. This is an easy process for the client, and our carers will make every effort to ensure they feel comfortable and reassured, with a first meeting that will develop in time, into a trusting and enjoyable companionship.

If you’re thinking of changing to a new home carer, contact us to discuss your needs, and we’ll do all we can to arrange a trouble-free and worthwhile transfer.


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I no longer feel I am alone in caring for my Mum. It is like having family support around on a professional basis