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Angel Care Support Ltd

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About: Angel Care Support Ltd Is owned by Mr and Mrs Holbrook; they received home care on a daily basis as they have two children born with the rare genetic disorder Opitz' trigonocephaly syndrome.
They know only to well how difficult it is relying on care agencies to provide reliable, and good quality care to loved ones.

Angel Care Support Ltd was conceived because we were dissatisfied with the network of care that we were receiving for our own children, and decided to provide a care resource for others in similar situations that we would be totally confident in ourselves.

Angel Care Support Ltd provides care and support to people within the Local Community. Our focus is in the provision of supporting children/young people/adults to remain independent within their own home.
We provide a variety of care and support services to assist service users with daily activities, and Angel Care Support Ltd regards its employees as the face of the company.

  Our Details

Suite 27, Kingswood House
South Road
BS15 8JF

Our Telephone Number: 0117 967 6655

Location: Bristol, South West England, United Kingdom - England
Business Type: Nurses Agency
Products or Services: Angel Care Support has trained its staff to assist in the following:

Child/Young Person:

We provide a service for children/young people and their families. Dealing with particular and complex needs.

Live in Care:

Providing 24 hr care and service needs 7 days a week.

Dementia and Mental Health Needs:

Working in conjunction with Mental Health Authorities, supporting service users and their carers with mental health challenges.

Learning Disabilities:

Enabling and supporting people with Learning Disabilities to live as independently as possible. Promoting social intervention through other service provisions.

Physical Disability:

Providing support to enable those with a disability to live as independently as possible.

Palliative Care:

Providing comfort and support to terminally ill service users and supporting families through their bereavement.


Assisting elderly people with their daily challenges, and goals to enable them to grow old with dignity and grace.

Hospital Discharge:

Assisting in the road to recovery and providing an after care service where required.

In the following settings

Home care,Hospital,CareHomes,Residential settings

Community centres Community settings Assisted at college/day centres

Local Authority, Private Clients
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