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    home or helping you
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  • With over 30 years
    experience in
    providing care you
    can be reassured you
    are in good hands
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  • Radfield Home Care
    is managed by 
    Dr Hannah 
    a qualified GP
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  • Dementia care at
    home with our
    specialist trained
    dementia carers
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  • We take pride in our
    responsive, flexible
    service that gives
    real peace of mind
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  • Working in
    partnership with 
    Shropshire PCT to 
    develop best practice 
    for medication 
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“A big thank you to all the Radfield Home Care staff who were so kind and professional.

You made my fathers wish to stay at home possible and his last few days comfortable and peaceful"

CG, Worcester Branch


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Welcome to Radfield Home Care

We are a multi-award winning, family run company who have been providing care for over 30 years so you can rest assured that you’ve come to the right place.

We provide all types of home care services to you in your own home and we work closely with you to ensure that we are providing the exact support that you need, when you need it.

How can Radfield Home Care help you?

Our carers can take you out and about to the shops, appointments or just about anywhere you wish to go. Having the support of someone with you to help carry the shopping, ensure that you are safe and for companionship can make life so much more enjoyable and provide real peace of mind.

We can help many aspects of help at home including all routine household tasks, meal preparation, shopping, laundry etc and we provide all types of personal care so that you have the support that you need tailored to your exact requirements.

Our carers are all specially trained to support clients with dementia which can provide invaluable support and respite breaks for existing carers.

Click the link to find our more about our Home Care Services.

Why choose Radfield Home Care?

We strive to provide the best care at home service that we can. We do this by training and supporting our carers closely, by listening to our clients needs and caring for them in the best way possible and by being a highly responsive service so that relatives can feel reassured that their loved ones are in safe hands. Click on Radfield Home Care video link to watch a video of Dr Hannah MacKechnie talking about how we can help you.

We have recently had excellent inspection reports from the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Click on Care Quality Commission Radfield Home Care to view our latest Inspection Reports. 

We are thrilled to announce that we have won the prestigious Dignity and Respect in Care award and we have also been awarded a Gold award in the Mayor of Shrewsbury Awards in recognition and appreciation of our outstanding contribution to the community.




Thursday, 23 January 2014 13:18

I am writing following the G8 Dementia Summit which took place in London last month and which set out a number of guidelines and targets, including nations across the world agreeing to fund research and development to find a cure or treatment for the condition by 2028. Although this outcome is certainly excellent news, much of the focus is on treatment and cure, rather than diagnosis, and with diagnosis rates shockingly low in England (around 45%) I firmly believe that more needs to be done to ensure sufferers receive appropriate support.

Across England, 670,000 people are living with dementia, and this figure is set to double in the next 30 years. With a cure unlikely to be discovered any time soon, other avenues need to be explored such as early diagnosis or identifying those who may be more inclined to develop the illness to ensure a good quality of life. Without a proper diagnosis, those living with the condition can’t receive the appropriate support, information, and care, and may be confused and frightened about the symptoms they are experiencing.

Unfortunately, current medical diagnosis relies heavily of the subjective interpretation of a doctor, and as many as one in five can be wrongly diagnosed. For this reason, it is essential medical staff are thoroughly trained to spot the symptoms of dementia and provided with the correct treatment and after-diagnosis support. A simple mental agility test could also help and provide an indication of those who are most at risk through early cognitive impairment. Although a treatment or cure is on the horizon, diagnosis should be the main focus in the time being, so that patients do not suffer any more than they need to.

Dr Hannah MacKechnie

Radfield Home Care

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