£400,000 has been awarded to a scheme looking to create a series of smart homes, to demonstrate the benefit of technology in tackling loneliness in the elderly and disabled.
Live in care can give you consistency and value for money, but it’s also the most reliable way to ensure to your loved one has safety and comfort. There are plenty of reasons that live in carers are favoured, so read on for our top advice on why you should invest in the service.
Good Morning Britain has launched their 1 Million Minutes campaign with the aim to put an end to loneliness in Britain this Christmas season.
Are you concerned for an elderly loved one this Christmas? Home care assistance from a member of our friendly care team will help put your mind at ease.
To commemorate 100 years since Armistice Day and the end of World War I, we have created a window display that illustrates our support for all the nurses and care workers that have been helping others throughout history and today
We love taking part in events for worthwhile causes in our local area. Recently, the Burley’s team participated in both the Memory Walk for Dementia and a cake sale for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Burley's Care was recommended by our doctor - thank heavens he did! - don't know what we would do without their care and help. All the staff and carers we have met and come here to help my husband have been excellent, even he has commented how he likes all the carers who tend him and he, unfortunately, has Alzheimer's. So a big thank you to Burley's Care.
We are extremely happy with all the care that all the staff give. All of my father-in-law's needs are met with kindness and dedication. All staff are very competent when facing problems that need immediate attention.
I have nothing but enormous praise for your company and how well trained are all the carers (who have cared for me over a number of years). All the carers, now and in the past are excellent and caring. This gives me an opportunity to say a special thank you to them all.
I have always found Burley's to be extremely competent, caring and professional in caring for my cousin who has dementia. Nothing is too much trouble and they have dealt with several difficult situations brilliantly.