• 02 May 1998: Our first steps on the market

    Livingstone health care uses its resources and expertise to enhance the quality of life of its service users and support its workforce to enable them deliver a high quality standard of care. We are committed to provide social care and support services for service users to enable them to remain at home as independent, safe and comfortable as possible.

    The founder of Livingstone Health Care has over 13 year experience working as a carer to the management level in mental health, elderly, learning disability, autism, duo diagnoses, substance misuse, dementia, nursing care, supported living etc. The founder has successfully achieve Diploma level 5 in leadership and management in health and social care, and extended diploma level 7 in strategic leadership and management.

    The operation manager has 33 years working experience in NHS as Registered Nurse (RN) at GP surgery, Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) as well as Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN).

    Co-founder has 40 years experience working in hospitals, home care, care homes, and experience as housing officer. Qualification as midwife nurse, NVQ level 4 leadership and management in care.

    Our domiciliary care service, seeks to provide support to a wide variety of people and service user groups. Our aim is to enhance the quality of life of the most vulnerable and less able people within our community and their carers.

    All Care Staff within the Livingstone Health Care are appropriately qualified and trained to deliver the highest standards of care. A continuous staff-training programme is implemented to ensure that these high standards are maintained in line with the latest developments in Care Practices.

  • 22 June 2001: Continuous innovation and transformation

    The organization believes that a culture that is supportive of continuous improvement must be maintained by way of regular auditing and reviewing of the standards of performance in all aspects of the organization and its personnel, followed by open discussion of strengths and weaknesses and action planning to resolve weaknesses.

  • 07 March 2006: Further development

    Throughout its history, the company has expanded its offerings and capitalized on evolving management trends and technologies to benefit its clients. The company pioneered systems integration and business integration; led the deployment of enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management and electronic services; and has established itself as a leader in today’s global marketplace. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world’s most successful companies, we collaborate with clients to help them in each and every requirement.

  • 25 Nov 2009: Staff Retention

    Staff retention is a management responsibility. Staff turnover is very rarely the fault of the staff; it is an indicator of management malfunction. Staff usually leave because either they were inappropriately recruited, or perceive that the work is not what was discussed on recruitment. Both are solely management responsibilities. The Registered Provider will identify and quantify staff retention as a key policy objective, and support and train managers to achieve that objective. A coordinated and planned approach will be undertaken in order to maximise the retention of staff • All managers will understand that staff retention is a strategic management issue, and that successful retention requires a thorough understanding of the purpose of certain personnel policies and procedures (listed below). The Registered Provider will ensure that managers are supervised and performance managed against reasonable staff retention targets.

  • 17 Aug 2011: Management Protocol

    Members of the Care team are responsible for providing personal Care for the Service Users to the standards adopted by the organization, and administration teams are to provide support to the Service Users. Members of the administration team are responsible for providing administrative services to the standards adopted by the organization. The Registered Manager is responsible for ensuring that services delivered by those reporting to them are to the standard adopted by the organization, applying corrective measures, discipline and praise as appropriate. The Registered Provider is responsible for working with the Registered Manager to identify, adopt and disseminate appropriate standards of service, and ensuring that adequate resources and training are available to meet the agreed standards.

  • 30 Jan 2012: The New

    Livingstone Health Care provides CQC certified care and support services to a wide range of service user groups including: People with Learning Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Sensory Impairment/Loss, Mental Health Conditions, Acquired or Traumatic Brain Injury, Autism Spectrum disorders, Dementia, Alzheimer, Complex Needs, Adults over 65 years, Re-ablement, End of Life care, Direct Payment, and Elderly care.

    Live-in 24/7 hours

    It enables you, or your loved one, to remain in the comfortable and familiar surroundings of your own home, supported by a fully trained live-in carer.

    We are one of the leading providers of domiciliary care and health care staffing services. Is your loved one living with a chronic condition, recovering from illness, or simply in need of daily assistance?

    Whether you’re in need of short term relief in the form of respite care or a more permanent care arrangement for a loved one or yourself, our experienced care professionals can help make life easier.

    Find out how we tailor our services to meet your individual needs in your own home. Contacting us today on 07753213683

    Livingstone Health Care believes that everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect and that their emotional and mental well-being is equally as important as social care. You may be looking for care for a friend, relation or just planning your own future.

    At home, our service users can continue their life as normal as possible, in dignity and surrounded by their own valuable things.

    We are accredited and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and a member of the United Kingdom Home Care Association (UKHCA)

    Our aim is to provide the highest standard of care on personalize level promoting independence and empowerment for all our Service Users, within safety.

    We can provide professional and experienced Care Workers to help you maintain your independence.

    We offer a full range of practical and personal help tailored to your individual requirements. Our services are available short or long term, from a 30 minute call to 24 hour care.

    When it comes to making a decision about care services, we understand the pressures and questions that you might have. Whether considering this for yourself or for a relative, we work closely with you to help you make the right decision and provide a service tailored around your exact needs.

    Sometimes, the biggest gap in people’s lives is simply the lack of companionship. We recognise this and we can offer the means to help fill that gap. Our team really enjoys their work and the variety, they feel they are supporting the ‘whole’ person rather than just attending to their personal care.