Caring for older people

Our Sunderland Care At Home service is run from the Abbeyfield independent living complex Hope Bank View. Some of the tasks we assist our customers with include personal care, medication, food preparation, companionship, housework, shopping and escorting to appointments. 

With over 60 years experience in providing care for older people we can help you maintain your independence in your Abbeyfield home at Hope Bank View. Our team of qualified and experienced care assistants can provide you with tailored quality care all within the familiar surroundings of your own home at Hope Bank View.

The Care at Home Team 

The Care At Home Sunderland service is headed up by:

Jayne Riley – Housing and Care Manager
Kerrice Cavanagh – Assistant Housing and Care Manager
Michelle Davison – Senior Care worker
Beth Stoker – Senior Care worker
Julie Gunn – Senior Care worker
Linda Smithson – Senior Care worker

Assessing your care needs

Once an enquiry has been made, one of our expert team will contact you to arrange a visit to see you in your home at Hope Bank View. We will produce a tailored care plan for you, which will then be written with your agreement and a start date arranged. If you have any questions regarding the service of this assessment process please feel free to contact us today. 

Care Quality Commission report

Our Care at Home service is governed by the Care Quality Commission. The service is certified with a ‘Good’ rating with the CQC, which was achieved in September 2018.

Read the report
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Care Quality Commission report Image

Contact the Care at Home Sunderland team

T: 01917 317 591 Mon - Fri 9am-5pm 
A: Dene Street, Silksworth, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, SR3 1EB