Why choose Anchor?

  • Individualised support
  • Weekly drop-in sessions and regular social activities open to all
  • Fully trained, dedicated and professional staff team
  • Established for over 25 years
  • Enquire now

    Why choose Anchor?

  • Individualised support
  • Support with all aspects of day-to-day life
  • Fully trained, dedicated and professional staff team
  • Established for over 25 years
  • Enquire now

    Why choose Anchor?

  • Affordable training and consultancy services tailored to suit your needs
  • Support with every aspect of your social care business
  • Expert staff and trainers still actively working in the social care industry
  • Established for over 25 years
  • Enquire now

    Why choose Anchor?

  • Affordable training and consultancy services tailored to suit your needs
  • Support with every aspect of your social care business
  • Expert staff and trainers still actively working in the social care industry
  • Established for over 25 years
  • Enquire now

Support for older people

Anchor Support is a domiciliary service and we can provide support to older people in Medway and Kent.

We are a family run business with a local team consisting of highly qualified and experienced staff. All staff are DBS and POVA checked and have received training within all the main areas of Care and Health and Safety, as well as specialist training in Dementia Care and End of Life Care and Support.

We have over 25 years experience of caring for vulnerable adults and we are highly motivated to deliver excellent services to all that need our help. We have a passion for delivering services that individuals need and want.

Anchor Domiciliary Care is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – you can access our latest report by using the link on the right hand side of this page or visting the CQC website www.cqc.org.uk

Care and support

We can provide individualised care and support to older people to assist them to live as independently as possible in their own homes, as well as promoting continued participation and inclusion within their local community. We will deliver support in ways that respects peoples rights and choices.

We can provide:

  • assistance with getting up and ready to start the day and ready for the end of the day
  • assistance with personal care including washing, dressing, bathing and continence
  • assisting with medication (collecting, ordering, administering)
  • assisting with medical appointments
  • building confidence with life skills after illness or injury
  • supporting individuals through such illnesses as Dementia
  • supporting individuals through End of Life Care
  • respite for family carers (from a few hours at a time to overnight support)
  • meal preparation
  • shopping
  • housework, laundry and ironing
  • paperwork and payment of bills
  • befriending and companionship
  • social activities in and away from home
  • handyman maintenance services and gardening

Please do not hesitate to ask for anything not listed above as we may be able to help.

Arranging support

If you would like to arrange support for yourself or a relative please contact us.

We welcome referrals from local authorities, privately funded clients and direct payments.