Radfield Home Care launch its exciting new Business with the Mayor of Wycombe

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Pictured: Directors, Lis & Matt Barnes with Mayor of Wycombe, Cllr Mazamal Hussain and office team

On the 19th September, we officially launched our new home care business along with the Mayor of Wycombe, Cllr Mazamal Hussain. The Mayor cut the ribbon and officially opened our offices and took part in our launch event with other local businesses in High Wycombe.

Director Matt Barnes and Registered Care Manager, Katy Cresswell have been busy introducing themselves, the business and the unique services to the local community, businesses, groups & associations, creating lots of awareness in the region around its person-centred care services for older people they will be offering.

Radfield Home Care has established branches across the UK and is a specialist Home Care provider for older people, caring for the maturing community who wish to remain living independently in their own homes.

Radfield is a privately-owned company, led by Dr Hannah MacKechnie & her brother Alex Green, providing care for over 30 years. It is the very first Healthcare company in the UK to become a Certifed B Corp - an ethical accreditation that puts people and the planet above profits. Radfield Home Care provides professional, personalised, and friendly care services to elderly people across the UK, including companionship, medication support, dementia care and assistance with shopping and household activities.

Radfield has a unique ethos and exceptional values; we believe passionately that by treating their carers as a trusted family, we empower our staff to treat our clients with the same warmth and respect.

Director Matt Barnes commented,

“From personal experience, we have seen first-hand that by providing specialist care and companionship it can make a significant difference to the quality of an older person’s life and also to their family. It takes a very special and unique person to be a carer and they do such an amazing job; a job that can be extremely rewarding but also tough at times. We feel strongly that caring for and rewarding our carers is as important as the care that we provide to our clients. We aim to be the best at what we do and we will strive to go the extra mile for all our clients and carers.”

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