A helping hand

Having seen HomeCare Abona advertised on a facebook page that I belong to I followed it up by checking their website. After reading about the services they offer I thought it was worth sharing, after all none of us are getting any younger and we never know when the time may come when we need this kind of help and assistance.

A bit of background

In April 1993 Jeanette Taylor established the company HomeCare (Mellor) Ltd.,  a domiciliary care provider, based in Lancashire, England. The company has recognised contracts with Lancashire County Council and Blackburn with Darwen Social Services and Local NHS trusts.

Following the successfully established UK company. HomeCare Abona has been set up in Tenerife and offers the same high standard of care.

Type of help available

For many people it is important to stay in their own familiar surroundings. Also it is important to retain your independence but that can mean you need a little extra help. This is where some carefully chosen home care can be the perfect solution whilst retaining a good level of personal freedom.

HomeCare Abona is now available to help you 24/7 with any daily activities you cannot safely manage on your own e.g. getting dressed; washing, going to the toilet, managing incontinence, monitoring medication, planning shopping and meal making.

They are located at Winter Gardens Complex, in Golf del Sur and you can contact them by phone, 992727523 Mob: 626864622, email: info@homecareabona.es or through their Website for further information.

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Source: Homecare Abona

 

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