Press release

Saga launches Independent Care Service in Brighton, Hove

Tuesday 16 November 2010

  • Saga extending its high quality domiciliary care service to Sussex
  • New employment opportunities created

aga Independent Living is extending it’s high quality domiciliary care service into Sussex, bringing improved standards of care to those that need it and creating new jobs in across Brighton and Hove.

Saga Independent Living (SIL) helps people to live in their own homes rather than move into residential care. As people would expect from a trusted brand like Saga, the service offers high quality care, providing the same level of attention to clients’ needs as they would expect from their family. Saga tailors care to the individual and, unlike many other providers, its carers will spend the full amount of time with a customer that they have requested.

The service includes everything required to support people in their own homes including personal care, through to help with domestic chores such as shopping, cleaning and preparation of meals. All provided by carefully selected, trained and vetted staff.

The expansion of SIL brings with it career opportunities for people in Brighton and Hove. For those that believe in caring for people properly and giving people dignity and privacy there is also an opportunity for career progression. Many of the staff currently working in head office, began as carers with the company. Staff receive a full classroom and practical induction that exceeds the regulatory requirements for the sector.

Roger Ramsden, chief executive, Saga Services said:

“Saga has unique experience and insight into the needs of people as they grow older and the standards of service they and their relatives expect. We know there is strong demand for a quality care service from a brand that people can trust”.

Saga is also seeking applications from people to become fully qualified carers. If you are interested in a career with Saga Independent Living please call 01303 757 399 for an application form.




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