Confidential

Your private life is kept private, as few people as possible will be aware of your personal details.

Dignified

We are always mindful of dignity and strive to uphold yours at all times.

Professional

Get professional homecare and management from our family of support workers and managers.

Trustworthy

We take our work as a solemn and vital role where implicit trust is the only way to operate well.

APPA HOMECARE

appa provide a flexible homecare service that is just as individual as you are, tailored to meet your needs both practically and holistically. Just like our other services, you will be scheduled in with our own professional team members to assure you the quality and consistency of service you deserve.

These services have been launched due to popular demand of our existing clients who wanted a service that worked in an appa way:

– Confidential
– Dignified
– Professional
– Trustworthy

We provide different types of homecare depending on your needs; we offer homecare for individuals/couples from 3 years to 90+ with a range of different disabilities/abilities, needs and requirements.

We care for people with complex needs and disabilities such as; Cerebral Palsy, Dementia, Autistic Spectrum Syndrome, Asperger’s Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, and Motor Neuron Disease.

We strive to provide support for people who value their independence, but need some help with some of the day-to-day activities from housework to dressing, bathing, and taking medication. Exactly how much and what care is needed will depend on the unique needs of each individual.

We are committed to giving our clients the best possible care, to respect their needs and understand the importance of confidentially.

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When accessibility is lip service

One of the activities at appa me ltd is teaching. We teach hearing people British Sign Language (BSL) to foster communication and accesibilty between hearing and Deaf communities. There already plenty of issues surrounding this, such as lack of the current lack of a GCSE in BSL  (see Independant article) or even the recognition of […]

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In March 2015 the  Access to Work (AtW) payments scheme was capped for induvidials at 1.5 times the National Average Salary. This left Deaf and Disabled people without the full support they wanted as the cap was too restrictive. However, the cap did bring down the cost for the more expensive support services. The Cap. DWP have […]

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Disabled Persons Railcard

Do you know about the Disabled Persons Railcard? It provides great travel discounts for you and a companion. If you have a disability, for £20 a year you could get yourself a Disabled Persons Railcard. This entitles you to 1/3 off adult rail fares for travel on the National Rail network in Great Britain. It also gets […]

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