Lifecare Professional Limited
Whether it is providing training and development, care services or immigration advice the Lifecare staff are passionate about raising the standards.
Lifecare believe in our communities and feel that it is important to harness the potential within these communities. At Lifecare we pride ourselves in our ability to tailor high quality services (be it in training or in domiciliary care) to hard to reach members of our community.
So whether it is helping members of our communities who may have barriers to learning (language, learning difficulties, immigration) to obtain full national qualifications, or empowering a domiciliary care client to participate fully in society, you can expect quality and professionalism from Lifecare.
Lifecare Consulting Limited is based in Stratford on the London Borough of Newham and has been serving the communities around London and the South East since 1998.
We originally started as an organisation providing training for the Health and Social Care Sector. However, over the years, the requirements of our community has meant that we have expanded our services to include a Commision for Social Care Inspection (CSCI) registered Care Agency
Our borough borders six other London Boroughs and is one of the 5 Olympic Boroughs (along with Waltham Forest, Hackney, Greenwich and Tower Hamlets). As a result of our location the communities we deal with are extremely diverse.
We are very proud of the fact that our staff team is also a reflection of our communities.
Our office staff alone comprises many different nationalities and at least 12 different Languages.
In addition the diversity of our agency staff means that, where necessary, we can provide staff that speak the same language as the sevice user.
We feel strongly that the diversity of our staff is contributes to our ability to break down the bariers that prevent some members of our society from accessing services and training and work opportunities.
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