Person-Centred Home Care Bedford

All the services offered by Francis House Homecare are founded upon the principle of person-centred care. This means that our professional carers work collaboratively with clients and their families when creating a home care plan going forward.

Person-centred home care in Bedford helps our clients to develop the confidence required to make their own decisions about how they are cared for. We never treat clients as bundles of symptoms, instead they are individuals who deserve to be seen, heard and respected.

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Why is Person-Centred Care Important?

There is plenty of evidence to show that person-centred care benefits clients, professional carers and the NHS:

  • Improved Satisfaction. People who work with care professionals to determine their care plans express higher levels of satisfaction.
  • Less Reliance on A&E. Clients who collaborate in their care are more likely to adhere to their care plans, and are less likely to use the emergency services.
  • Carers’ Motivation Increases. Care professionals value the increased engagement with clients, and report that it makes their work more rewarding.
  • Self Care Improvement. Clients who have input on how they are cared for are likely to demonstrate more positive attitudes towards their self care.
  • Cost-Effective Care. Person-centred care provides better value for money because services are tailored to the client’s needs, rather than dealing with the symptoms alone.
Person Centred Home Care in Bedford

Person-Centred Home Care in Bedford

Francis House Homecare is one of the largest providers of home care in Bedford. Dependent on the needs of our clients, we can provide hourly care, domiciliary care, or live-in care. Our personalised care packages are available for adults from 18 upwards, including the elderly.

Our professional carers are trained and experienced in the delivery of home care services. This means that they can adapt to supporting people, in their own homes, with a range of very different conditions.

Dementia Care Specialists

If your parent, or partner, has been diagnosed with dementia and is struggling with the symptoms, home care can be invaluable. Remaining in familiar surroundings can help to slow down the progress of more complex symptoms.

Our carers are professionally trained in dementia care. They will work with families to put a long-term care plan in place, ensuring that loved ones are able to stay in the own homes even as symptoms progress.

Dementia Care Specialists

Our Services

Francis House person-centred home care services help to support people who wish to live independently at home. Our carers have the highest standards of training and expertise, to help deliver a versatile range of care and support to clients who have a variety of conditions. The bespoke care services we provide are subject to a care plan assessment.

Managing medication

Personal care and grooming

Help with getting ready for the day or retiring to bed

Live-in care

Sitting service

Care during the night

Preparing meals

Laundry and cleaning tasks

Monitoring of nutritional intake

Specialist feeding through PEG


Social outings and companionship

To find out more about our person-centred care services in Bedford, call Francis House Homecare today on 01234 841808 

Professionally trained care staff

Why Choose Francis House Homecare?

Our Care Quality Commission (CQC) report recognises Francis House Homecare to be a consistently good provider of care to our clients. All our employees take their responsibilities as providers of person-centred home care in Bedford very seriously. We take pride, therefore, in having been recognised for the quality of our work.

Every Francis House care worker completes mandatory training when starting work with us. They are then required to take ongoing supplementary course every year. We offer specialist training in a number of areas, including: PEG feeding, autism, stoma care, dementia, and managing challenging behaviour. Staff can also take courses related to specific mental health conditions, and Positive Behaviour Support planning.