What do we do?
We operate Saga Care at Home in Hertfordshire, Surrey and Sussex, under the regulation of the Care Quality Commission. We pride ourselves on treating everyone as an individual and offering them bespoke home care services that best suit their unique requirements. Our introductory agency businesses (Country Cousins and Patricia White's) and SOS Personal Alarm subscription service are not part of the regulator's remit.
As a leading home care agency, we offer a range of elderly care services to help people stay independent at home. Whether you require 24-hour, live in care at home for somebody living with dementia, or a visiting carer who is able to offer invaluable home companion care, we can help. Nobody wants to lose their independence as they get older, but sometimes a little help is needed to continue enjoying the freedom, comfort and security of home. Created and run by nurses and professional carers, it's care that's built around individual needs.
For more information regarding all of our services, please select one of the options below.
Saga Care at Home
A unique, private, hourly-care and live-in care service, provided by Saga professional carers, offering continuity of care and a bespoke service tailored to your needs.
Supplying private home care to some of the most prestigious families in the UK using only handpicked carers from the UK, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
SOS Personal Alarm
A personal alarm gives users the freedom to live independently at home, safe in the knowledge that if there is an accident or they have a fall, then help is only a push of a button away.
A Career in Care
Be part of our caring community – Saga Care at Home is currently recruiting for carers who have a passion to care and really want to make a difference to people's lives.
Care Funding Advice
If you are looking for ways to pay for long-term care, the Saga Care Funding Advice Service, provided by HUB Financial Solutions Limited, can help you explore your options.
Get up and Go Guide
Download our "Get up and go, a guide to staying steady" guide for free, tackling common myths about falling, including plenty of advice on how you can reduce your chances of having a fall by improving your balance, muscle strength and more.