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We provide a reliable and friendly care and support service to adults in their own home. Our service is open to frail, elderly and vulnerable adults, people with dementia, mental health conditions, physical disabilities, sensory impairment, illness, or learning difficulties.

Our key services include:

Complex Care

Domiciliary Care

Supported Living

Palliative Care

At Xtra Healthcare, we provide complex care in the home across the UK to support adults and children with conditions including:

  • traumatic brain injury and acquired brain injury
  • spinal cord injury
  • cerebral palsy
  • bronchopulmonary dysplasia
  • autistic spectrum disorders
  • respiratory conditions including invasive and non-invasive ventilation
  • tracheostomy care
  • neurological conditions, including muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis
  • the unique care needs arising from their disability or condition


Our complex care services are tailored to the client’s specific needs, wishes and lifestyle choices. In developing care packages, we explore with the client, their family and commissioners issues including:

  • fitting our care around established daily routines and lifestyles
  • how much complex care is required, for example, a few hours a day or full-time live-in care
  • ensuring the client feels respected, cared for and independent.

Xtra healthcare with carersBy combining this information with a full clinical assessment of client needs and risk assessments, we can create a complete picture of the client that enables us to select appropriately trained, qualified, and experienced staff to deliver a holistic care package designed to support maximum independence and quality of life.

Our trained, qualified and experienced carers are supervised by a specialist nurse with a critical care background, who will liaise with the client, their family and other stakeholders – such as a GP, the local primary care trust or hospital – to ensure that all the necessary elements, from equipment to a hospital discharge plan, are in place before the package commences.

What does domiciliary care mean?

Quite simply, when a carer or personal assistant offers visiting support at home. Different to live-in care where you receive ongoing support, this type of care is for those who prefer support at set regular times each week. This could be as little as a weekly housekeeping visit through to several visits a day to help with personal care, getting around the home or preparing meals, for example.
It even covers overnight support if you need some extra assistance with nightly toilet trips or taking medication. You can arrange what is called a ‘sitting service’ for the whole of the night so if there is ever a problem, someone is on hand to help.

Who is domiciliary care for?

Those who wish to stay within their own homes may be very interested in the idea of regular visits from a qualified carer. It may be that they need a little extra support after having an operation or have a long-term condition such as dementia, Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis.

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Domiciliary care, in short, is for anyone who wants to remain independent within the comfort of their own home rather than move into residential care, but may need some extra help in order for that to happen.

As a regulated care provider with years of experience of supporting people in their own homes, our carers can help in all kinds of ways, with their priority being the comfort and wellbeing of the person in their care.

We’re one of the UK’s most experienced providers of residential care for adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs and associated complex needs. With over 4 years services nationwide, we’ve been a trusted partner to local authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups since. Our services are designed to help our service users enjoy a happy, fulfilling life and achieve as much social inclusion and as much independence as possible.

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We provide person-centred specialist residential accommodation for adults with Learning Disabilities and Mental Illness and associated challenging behaviours.

Our living environments closely resemble typical family homes. Each service has a small number of beds, enabling us to provide generous space and high quality. Our services are often used as a bridge between a hospital and community setting and, with highly skilled and committed support staff, we can provide a full care pathway to independence for many of our services users. We also provide specialist residential based therapy and care for individuals with Personality Disorders along with enhanced supported living services.

The palliative care they deserve
If someone you love is suffering from a terminal illness and requires specialist palliative care, cancer care or dementia care, the last thing you want to consider is moving them out of comfortable surroundings. With Xtra Heathcare, we get the expert care they need in the place they feel happiest and most comfortable in their own home.

A palliative carer you trust
Having confidence in the character and ability of your palliative carer is crucial. We go to great lengths to individually match the very best care professionals with your loved one. Always undertaking a full vetting process to guarantee their safety and security.

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Compassionate palliative care
Arranging care is the last thing you want to be doing while enjoying the limited time you have with a loved one. Our compassionate team of care experts are here to take the stress out of the process. Simply tell us your needs, we’ll work with your family to put the perfect plan in place.

Expert guidance on live-in care, every step of the way
The care system is complex. Navigating it can often feel like one hurdle after the next. Our care advisors can explain everything – from power of attorney to finding the right funding for your family. You’ll have one dedicated point of contact throughout your journey with us.

Palliative care can be arranged within 48 hours
A live-in ‘end of life’ carer is ideal for urgent needs. From the moment you call, we’re able to get a carer to your loved one’s door within 48 hours. Suitable for hospital discharge or sudden diagnosis. When the worst news comes, we bring the peace of mind and reassurance your family needs.

Your family keeps its beating heart
With end of life care, there’s less disruption for everyone. Your loved one stays in the home they love. The whole family keeps its hub for family gatherings, to ensure those treasured memories continue.