Right at Home Mitcham Streatham and Dulwich
At Right at Home Mitcham, Streatham & Dulwich we strive to make a genuine difference, every day, to the quality of life of those we serve in the local community. We aim to improve the lives of those we care for, not just maintain their quality of life. Our office is in West Norwood and the area we cover includes Tulse Hill.
We provide comprehensive training to our CareGivers, ensuring their personalities are well-suited to those of the Client. We never send a CareGiver who has not previously been introduced to the Client.
We take time and care to understand each Client’s personal wishes and routines. Working as a team and in discussion with you, we tailor the care provided, to support Clients to achieve their desired outcomes – whether that be the ability to maintain independence, walk unaided to the bottom of the garden, sing or go dancing.
We provide high-quality homecare in Mitcham, Streatham & Dulwich and much of the surrounding areas.
If you or any of your loved ones require companionship or support with personal care, medication, meal preparation, transportation, dementia care or have any complex health conditions then please get in touch.
Tracey Scott, Managing Director, Right at Home Mitcham, Streatham & Dulwich
Resource Business Centre 1st Floor
537 Norwood Road
Covid-19 safety arrangements:
We understand that this is a worrying time for families who are concerned about the health and safety of their loved ones requiring care. We would like to reassure our Clients and their families that safety will always be our number one priority and we are doing everything we can during the pandemic to continue providing the safe, high-quality care we are known for.
Is it still safe for my loved one to receive homecare?
We are asked this a lot and the answer is yes. We can support your loved one to continue living safely at home and as our CareGivers are classed as ‘key workers’ they can continue delivering care, even during lockdown.
We have been and will continue to be closely following Public Health England’s requirements on the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This is for the safety of both our Clients and our CareGivers. All of our CareGivers have received robust training on coronavirus infection prevention and control, handwashing and the safe use and removal of required PPE. Our CareGivers will clean any surfaces that they have touched during their visit and disinfect their face visors after every care call.
Please also be assured that we have a solid supply chain in place for PPE, so our CareGivers have everything they need to keep both themselves and their Clients as safe as possible.
We will continue to update our policies and procedures in line with official guidance from the Government as and when it changes, with the best interests of our Clients and staff always front of mind. Following this guidance enables us to continue delivering the much needed care that so many in our local communities rely on to remain living safely and independently at home.
Monday to Friday