Radfield Homecare

Our Community Partners

At Radfield Home Care, community is important to us and we work closely with a number of businesses, organisations and individuals. One of our core values is being proud to care and that counts not only for our clients and employees, but also our wider community.

Our local community is rich in resources and when we work together, utilising everybodys' strengths, the community benefits as a whole.

Here are just some of the local partners we work with:

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Harrogate and Ripon Centres for Voluntary Service


H&R CVS is a charity that supports communities, charities and volunteers in Harrogate. Radfield Home Care Harrogate, Wetherby and North Yorkshire is a regular supporter of the initiative and we began working with them to better understand what services were offered locally and how our clients could benefit from this. We are passionate that our clients are ethically signposted to those services that are free and available within the local community, helping to build these strong relationships.

Radfield Home Care Harrogate, Wetherby and North Yorkshire also provide dementia training to a range of the charity’s volunteers and financial support, such as helping to stock up stationary supplies. Our work with H&R CVS helps us to deliver dementia awareness training to the local community, aiming to raise levels of understanding for all.

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For more information visit the H&R CVS website: http://www.harcvs.org.uk


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Catholic Care - Community Groups


Catholic Care has set up a number of older people’s groups throughout their Diocese, aiming to support people living with dementia, as well as those who care for them. Radfield Home Care Harrogate, Wetherby and North Yorkshire attend these groups to raise awareness and to provide non biased information on the care sector - helping the local community to understand what good care should look like. This helps empower those attending to make better informed decisions about future care needs and allows us to sign post them to a range of free providers.

For more information visit the local Catholic Care website: http://www.catholic-care.org.uk/services/older-peoples-services/community-groups/