Hourly home care and live-in care in Nottinghamshire

We are Nottinghamshire’s local provider of home care to older people. Our service is award-winning and we’re one of the only care services rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for being safe, effective, caring, well-led and responsive to people’s needs.

At Carefound Home Care our goal is to maximise your well-being at home and your care is managed by our local care management team based in West Bridgford. We offer hourly home care in the towns and surrounding areas of Arnold, Beeston, Keyworth, Radcliffe on Trent and West Bridgford, and live-in care across Nottinghamshire.

Our Nottinghamshire team is lead by our Registered Branch Manager, Jade, who has many years’ experience in the elderly home care sector and leads a committed and highly skilled team of professionals who are all dedicated to helping you stay living safely in your own home.

The Carefound Home Care in West Bridgford team celebrating their Outstanding rating with a client

Begin your home care journey with us

Contact our friendly local team to talk about your home care needs.

Types of home care available in Nottinghamshire

We know considering care for yourself or a loved one isn’t always easy. We’re here to help you make an informed choice.

Our Nottinghamshire home care team can support you to remain in the comfort of your own home with hourly visiting home care or live-in care, both of which are available on a permanent or temporary basis. We operate a consistent, fully managed care at home service, so whether you require low level care or specialist live-in care as an alternative to a care home we are here to help.


Hourly home care

Flexible hourly visiting home care from a professional, trained carer in your own home. Anything from a 1 hour care visit through to longer visits or overnight care.

Benefits include:

  • Visits from 1 hour a week depending on your needs
  • Remain in your own home
  • Care based around companionship and continuity
  • Flexible care plan designed around you
  • Care for any level of need
  • Care for specialist conditions
  • Sleepover or waking night care
  • Available as short-term respite care
Carer supporting an eldery lady

Live-in care

Round-the-clock live-in care as a preferred alternative to a care home. One-to-one support from a professional live-in carer enabling you to continue to live independently at home.

Benefits include:

  • 24 hour care from a carer matched to you
  • Remain in your own home
  • Weekly support visits to ensure care working well
  • Personalised care plan designed around you
  • Care for any level of need
  • Care for specialist conditions
  • Locally managed 24/7 by our local branch
  • Available as short-term respite care

“I am extremely happy with the level of care given towards my Mum. All calls have been prompt and the app enables me to see the details of the call. During the current Covid situation, all PPE has been worn and with a reduced number of staff looking after Mum. I believe she is being protected even more with the high quality of care that Mum is receiving”

Daughter of Mrs B, West Bridgford

Why choose Carefound Home Care?

We’ve been providing highly personalised home care to older people for many years. Our care is focused on helping our clients enjoy a better quality of life at home, whilst improving their health and well-being outcomes.

Rated 'Outstanding' by the CQC

Our local branch is rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), giving families the peace of mind that they are receiving the best care service available.

Local to you

Your care is managed by our local branch in West Bridgford ensuring we are able to maintain exceptional levels of support, 24/7. We also recruit our carers locally.

Continuity of care

Unlike an agency, we employ, train and support our professional carers who we match to you. This enables us to give you much better continuity and consistency.

Expertly trained carers

Our carers undergo an extensive recruitment process and complete our leading training programme which includes supporting specialist health conditions.

A fully managed service

We visit and contact our clients and carers regularly, and constantly monitor your care. We also invest in training, supervising, developing and supporting our carers.

Improved health outcomes

We have a proven track record of improving health outcomes including reducing falls, managing signs of deterioration and lowering the risk of hospital admissions.

Quality care at home in Nottinghamshire

The care we provide is individually tailored to your needs and preferences. A care plan is developed with you and will be updated as your needs change. This not only covers your medical and health needs, but also your social wishes and general well-being.

We will match your professional carer to you as best we can and you can be assured that they have been extensively vetted and trained by our local care management team. They will be able to help you with a range of daily living activities and are also specially trained in supporting complex conditions such as dementia care, hospital to home care, mobility care, Motor Neurone Disease (MND) care, palliative care, Parkinson’s care or stroke care.


Company and companionship from a carer matched to your needs.

Personal care

Such as help with dressing, personal cleanliness, lavatory needs and grooming.

Medication help

Our carers are trained in supporting you with managing and administering your medications.

Staying active

We can work with health professionals to ensure your mobility needs are met.

Shopping for food and essentials

Help with shopping whether it involves popping out to the shops or arranging an online delivery.

Light housekeeping

Household chores such as washing and ironing, cleaning rooms or vacuuming.

Meal preparation and nutrition

Helping you plan and prepare nutritious meals to meet your dietary needs.

Social activities and connecting

Your carer can support you to continue to socialise and keep close to family and friends.

Transportation and errands

Helping you get out and about, going out on trips or running errands.

Hobbies and interests

Supporting you to enjoy hobbies and interests, inside and outside of your home.

Specialist care

Monitoring your health and well-being and supporting you with complex conditions.

Areas we cover in Nottinghamshire

Our hourly home care service is available near to our West Bridgford branch in Nottinghamshire and our live-in care service is available throughout Nottinghamshire, including but not limited to the following towns and villages:









East Leake





Long Eaton







Meet our Nottinghamshire care team


Jade Farnsworth

Registered Branch Manager


Lucia Chovancova

Care Manager


Shelley Taylor

Recruitment & Community Manager


Daria Pryczek

Senior Carer


Szilvia Pap

Senior Carer

Care jobs in Nottinghamshire

If you’d like to change lives and grow your career with us we have care assistant jobs in Nottinghamshire and live-in carer jobs in Nottinghamshire available.

Other information about care in Nottinghamshire

At Carefound Home Care our Nottinghamshire team are proud to be a trusted source of the highest quality private care at home. Our dedicated team is committed to enhancing the quality of life for our clients, whether you require low level companionship or specialist care for a complex health condition like dementia. With a focus on compassion, dignity, and tailored support, we provide a range of private care services, all managed by our local care management team. Our professional carers are highly trained and are dedicated to maximising your well-being whilst enabling you to maintain your independence in the comfort of your own home.

Our local team has strong relationships with local health professionals in Nottinghamshire and we are able to work with discharge teams to provide hospital to home care at hospitals across the Nottinghamshire area including Highbury Hospital, Lings Bar Hospital, Nottingham City Hospital and Queen’s Medical Centre Nottingham University Hospital.

There are various local organisations and charities working in Nottinghamshire providing information, advice and support to older people in Nottinghamshire. This may include information about certain conditions that affect older people, helping older people get connected, leisure and social activities for older people, accessing funding for care or supplying equipment to help older people live independently at home. Some local organisations and charities in Nottinghamshire that may be able to help you include Age UK Nottingham and Nottinghamshire and Alzheimer’s Society Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Branch information


Carefound Home Care, Bridgford Business Centre, 29 Bridgford Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, NG2 6AU