Community Care Choice staff recently took part in a Moving and Assisting Training course. This is a vital part of our work to ensure that our staff know all the correct procedures when moving or assisting oueservice users.
Citywall House, 1st Floor
32 Eastwood Avenue
Community Care Choice provide a flexible service offering individuals control and choice in the way they receiver their care. Our service users are involved in choosing their service from the very start.
We provide services to a range of local councils and carers centres throughout Glasgow. The feedback we receive through our quality assurance process has been overwhelmingly positive.
"Having support to stay in my own home is very important to me. I now have a carer who comes to help me get to bed and takes my dog Mischa out. I have the same carers who I have a great relationship with and I trust them."
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.
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.
Joeanne pictured here with her Registered Manager’s Certificate. Joeanne has now completed her Level 4 in Management and her SVQ in Health and Social Care Level 9 and the two qualifications certify Joeanne as a Registered Manager with SSSC http://www.sssc.uk.com/
Following its recent sponsorship of Glasgow Girls FC.Joeanne is pictured here with Jim Strathdee of Glasgow Girls F.C. and a Community Care Choice Glasgow Girls FC football strip. Community Care Choice is really delighted to be supporting this extremely worthwhile community initiative.
This week we said a fond farwell to Breda Duffy who has left Community Care Choice following 12 years of dedicated service to all our service users and to the company. Joeanne Hamilton said: “We are really sad to see Breda leave us as she has been an integral part of the team for so long and has really helped to make the company the success it is today. We wish her all the very best for her retirement.”
We are delighted to announce the sponsorship of Glasgow Girls FC http://www.glasgowgirlsfc.com/. Pictures to follow….
At the beginning of December, we will be saying a fond farewell to a very valued member of staff, Breda Duffy, who will be retiring after 12 years of committed service to Community Care Choice. Breda is currently handing over the reins to our new Co-Ordinator, Dharam Singh so best of luck to both in their new paths in life.
As part of the committee for The Carers Trust in Scotland, Joeanne made an impassioned speech yesterday at The Carers Trust Annual Ladies Lunch in Glasgow yesterday about the vital work carers do all day, every day