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66You couldn't have found us a nicer lady, my Mum seems 10 years younger and they get on like a house on fire.  I just wish we had found you earlier.

Jamie Constable  (Sunbury Upon Thames)

66I would like to say a big thank you to you and Naneth for all your help. Fortunately my nan has come on leaps and bounds so we think we will be able to manage her care on our own now. Naneth has been amazing and we are so grateful.99

Jess and family (Hampton Court, Surrey)


I would not hesitate to fully recommend Filipino Carers. My home helper, Yolly, is invaluable in assisting me with chores I cannot manage. Truly life changing...99

Lisa Blanco (Disabled), Acton Town

Meeting Individual Needs

No two people are the same or are necessarily in the same situation.  Meeting the needs of clients and their families requires a flexible and professional approach.

Filipino Carers find people that are experienced, adaptable and able to provide for your particular needs with a variety of care options.

You may just need help to attend a family event, a wedding, birthday or christening or a companion to help you shop.  Or you may need someone with specialist skills for palliative care, to help with people with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Stroke, Cancer and other long-term conditions. 

PCA’s often work with and alongside others, such as District and Marie Curie nurses. We help at the outset by ensuring Carers are screened and have the appropriate skills, knowledge and experience to meet the specific situation and to smoothly fit into their client’s home environment.



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Levels of support available:

  • Regular or Occasional Daily visits

  • Long term – an alternative to residential care and more economical

  • Respite care – to give a family carer a needed break

  • Care for Couples – to allow them stay together in their own home at a much lower cost than residential care

  • Care for the convalescing – tailored care for recuperation

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Live-in care offers help in many different ways, including:

  • Live-in care can offer companionship and help to attend and participate in activities, outings and visits to friends.

  • PCA’s take pride in the culinary skills and offer freshly cooked meals.

  •  As well as doing laundry PCA’s can provide light housework.

  • PCA’s also help to remind and prompt you to take medication and attend appointments.

  • Assistance with personal care

  • Social care and encouragement
    Record and diary keeping, and appointment making

66It’s hard to know where to start with my appreciation.  From the very first contact to assesing the needs of my aunt, Filipino Care Givers went to great lengths to understand and fulfill her needs.  It’s important to note how good their communication with us has been both in person and by daily reports. Caring for people with dementia has its challenges.  However, they not only do their job, but perform it in a caring way.  We are extremely grateful and in nearly a year they have proven to be 100% reliable.99

Prof. Brian Glenville (Surgeon)

66As you know we are very pleased with the standard of care and professionalism delivered by Myrna and we are delighted that Mum is fit and healthy and back to managing on her own. That's down to Myrna and Filipino Carers (and Mum's own determination) - so we owe you a big thank you.99

Caroline and all the Walkers (Doncaster)

66Many thanks to both you and May, I couldn’t have been happier with the service or her care. I hope that you’re able to find something suitable for May.99

Rose - Surrey


Will always remember and keep in my heart Divine's stay with us.  She was wonderful and a pleasure to have in the house.  Maria who came in later was also excellent and extremely helpful when John died.  Thank you for sending them to us. Best wishes and again thank you for your support with these excellent women.99

Hilda, London

66Compared to previous carers Lily has been the most professional, able and caring by ‘a country mile’. If we had any other choice with my Aunt, we would remain with Lily as her P.A. To illustrate my thoughts, I have asked Lily to visit my Aunt in her new home to help with Dom’s transition and am offering Lily the option to stay in Dom’s house, alone, until the sale completes.99

R. Bach  (Staines on Thames)