Helping us achieve our vision...

Every single one of our awards and accreditations is a reflection of the attention to detail, care and dedication we put into everything that we do. It's important to us that our carers remain happy with us as employers, and our clients are pleased with the level of care we provide.

Awards finalist for Health investorThe Herts Advertiser Community Awards 2018

The Herts Advertiser Community Awards honour those who have helped the community. We’re very pleased to announce that three of our Saga Care at Home carers were recognised for their outstanding work and were nominated for “Carer of the Year”. This award is for someone who has given up their time to look after someone else.

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Awards finalist for Health investor2018 HealthInvestor Awards Finalist

Saga Care at Home are extremely proud to be a finalist in the 2018 Healthinvestor Awards in the category of Domiciliary Care Provider of the Year. The HealthInvestor Awards promote excellence and recognise innovation in the independent healthcare sector.

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CQC Care Quality Commission Inspected and rated Good by the CQC

The CQC is the independent regulator of Health and Social care in England. They make sure Health and Social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and they encourage services to improve. They monitor, inspect and regulate services to ensure care providers meet the fundamental standards. CQC carry out in-depth investigations. They publish clear and comprehensive information.

Saga Care at Home is pleased to say it achieved the rating “Good” overall and across every single one of the five categories used to inspect and rate our service.

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United Kingdom Home Care AssociationMember of the UKHCA

Saga Care at Home is a member of the United Kingdom Homecare Association Ltd (UKHCA), the professional association of home care providers from the independent, voluntary, not-for-profit and statutory sectors.

UKHCA helps organisations that provide social care (also known as domiciliary care or home care), which may include nursing services, to people in their own homes, promoting high standards of care and providing representation with national and regional policy-makers and regulators. The Association represents over 2,000 members across the United Kingdom, in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

We adhere to the Association’s Code of Practice; for more information click here.

Recommended on logoRecommended on

Saga Care at Home is proud to be recommended on, an independent review platform that takes great pride in the quality and trustworthiness of its reviews. Their team performs a number of checks to ensure the reviews comply with their review policy and remain unbiased.

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UK Live In Care AssociationUKLICA verified member

Saga Care at Home is a verified member of the UK Live In Care Association (UKLICA). The UKLICA aim to promote live-in care in the UK by bringing together a collective of live-in care providers and educating those who wish to learn more about live-in care.

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UK live in care hub associationMember of the Live-in Care Hub

Saga Care at Home is a member of the Live-in Care Hub, a not-for-profit organisation committed to raising the quality of care in the UK by giving people the opportunity to be cared for at home, where they can still feel part of everyday life.

All listed care providers are members of the United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKHCA) and guarantee the very highest standards of care.

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What to know in a life-changing event when you need emergency home care
Care advice

What to know in a life-changing event when you need emergency home care

Life-changing events can happen so fast, and often without warning. Here are some options to help you make the right decision in an emergency. 

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Care story

A day in the life of a live-in carer

I draw upon my Saga training on the first morning, absorb and remember the care plan to begin with the right structure – the key is sensitivity and to really listen to the client and their family.

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