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Lumley House, Whitfield Court,
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Co. Durham

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Our Contact Details

01388 768271

Lumley House, Whitfield Court,
St. Johns Road, Meadowfield,
Co. Durham

We Offer Home Care Services Across
the North East and Humberside

Our dedicated Home Care Assistants will support with tasks to enable you to live at home independently.
Live-In care is where fully trained Care Assistants live with you in your home, supporting your day-to-day and overnight needs providing reassurance 24 hours a day.
We can support with shopping, laundry or ironing, cleaning, social activities or companionship care.
We can offer Home Care & support to you and your family on a regular basis or short term respite.
Our dedicated Care Assistants will support with tasks to enable you to live at home independently
We offer bespoke dementia care by specially trained staff to support you and your family at home.
End of Life Care or Palliative Care for individuals to remain in their home or place they feel most comfortable.

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I have been a carer for nearly 9 years now I do really enjoy my job…but most of all the staff at Dale Care are fab were all one big team working together…I do personally feel that Dale Care does try to meet our needs as best they can…And our coordinator is fab she’s always helpful with any queries I have…Being a carer is so very rewarding I know it has its downfalls too but…To be a part of a care Community I. E Dale care…and to help the elderly I love it.

Melissa – Care Assistant

To all the carers who attended my wife over the last few years. I have nothing but praise for the dedication, thoughtfulness, respect and dignity they showed to her.

She looked forward to their visits, not just for the caring they gave her, but also for the social care. I would like to thank them from the bottom of my heart for helping to make her life as comfortable as was possible in view of her health problems.

Husband of a service user