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Here To Provide Care & Support In Your Community

Citywall House, 1st Floor
32 Eastwood Avenue
Shawlands, Glasgow
G41 3NS

Telephone: 0141 632 8198
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Some People See Endless Challenges
We Present You With Endless Opportunities

Community Care Choice, Glasgow

Providing Personalised Support For Ten Years

We are an established company who have been providing support at home and in the community for ten years in the Glasgow area.

We are a user led orginisation that seek to empower people to live independant lives through making their own choices and controlling their own budgets.

Individuals using our service are put at the heart of our orginisation. Our aim is to match them with our experienced support workers so that it is possible to establish trust and continuity of care.

Range of Care Packages Available

We provide a range of care packages, which are tailored to suit your needs as our staff are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our Care Manager Joeanne Hamilton can discuss with you the different levels of support we can offer and will ensure best practice at all times.

At Community Care Choice we will strive to provide you with the appropriate staff at the times you require.

Delighted to be supporting Giffnock United!

Glasgow leading home care provider, Community Care Choice, headquartered in Shawlands, has put its weight behind Giffnock United, an initiative by Giffnock Soccer Centre to help those with Disability/ASN to be involved with football.

The £1,277 donated by Community Care Choice will provide the team with Giffnock United training strips, football strips and hoodies.

Ryan Quinn, Football Development Officer at Giffnock Soccer Centre, said:

“We have always had a policy of inclusion in terms of supporting football for all and we are delighted that the Disability/ASN team has secured this sponsorship from Community Care Choice.  Funding is a challenge and this money will help to provide training strips and football strips which will give the boys a sense of belonging to the team.”

Managing Director of Community Care Choice, Joeanne Hamilton, said:

“The heart and soul of our business is caring for people in the community and we are delighted to support Giffnock Soccer Centre in this initiative.  It is tremendous that this opportunity for those with Disability/ASN have a chance to get involved in the team spirit of football.”


If you have a child with Disability/ASN who would like to find out more or is interested in getting involved with Giffnock United, please contact Ryan Quinn on 07771 358311. E: giffnockscdev@gmail.com

Care Inspectorate Report 2015

And here are some of the positive comments made by The Care Inspectorate:

We gave the service these grades
Quality of Care and Support 5 Very Good
Quality of Staffing 5 Very Good
Quality of Management and Leadership 5 Very Good

When we visited the service and clients in their own homes we found that staff were motivated, experienced and committed to delivering a high standard of care. We decided this after: reading support plans and speaking to clients and staff.

Clients said that the support provided by staff was of a high standard and that they were encouraged to make choices, be independent, live in their own home and be involved in the community. Clients told us that staff were reliable and consistent.

We found that the service was responsive to clients changing needs and wishes and committed to support clients lead fulfilling lives. Examples of this can be found when people are supported to go to concerts, host a radio show, lead a family life, volunteer
and live in the community.

When speaking with staff it was evident that they put client’s best interests first, making sure that they meet people’s expectations and needs. We saw this when staff were working with clients and by reading support files. By providing a range of support staff help people live in their own home as independently and healthily as they can.

We thought that clients were very confident about exercising choice, and that they were provided with individualised care and support to improve their life opportunities.

A bellyful of laughs

If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.
Joeanne joined in the Belly Dancing class at Nether Craig’s complex run by Fair Deal. Service Users John White, Lynn Crawford, Joanna Bradford and support worker Scott Weir regularly enjoy these classes. Joeanne showed everyone up – she’s been taking classes for years…..

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Last Few Seats remaining for Carer’s Trust Lunch on Sunday 29th March 2015

Afternoon Tea March 2015

Last few seats remaining for the Carer’s Trust Scotland annual ladies’ lunch at at 29 Members Club in Glasgow on Sunday 29th March. Come and join in the fundraising afternoon where you can shop and dance the evening away with our Michael Jackson tribute! Contact Yvonne on 07771 981889 or email yhughes@carers.org.

Carer’s Trust Scotland with their Network Partners provide access to desperately-needed breaks, information and advice and education, training and employment opportunities. They help carers to maintain their own health and wellbeing and support them so they do not feel isolated. They run play and support schemes for young carers. Their Network Partners benefit from the provision of grants, our work to improve carers services and they help carers make their needs and voices heard and provide someone to talk to, in person and online

Community Care Choice     |     Citywall House, 1st Floor, 32 Eastwood Avenue, Shawlands, Glasgow, G41 3NS     |     Telephone: 0141 632 8198