ABOUT US

Prestige Nursing & Care is a long-established, forward-thinking provider of community homecare that supports independent living across England and Scotland. Prestige was originally a family-run business with a commitment to providing care dating back to 1945.

We are a long-established, forward-thinking provider of community homecare that supports independent living across England and Scotland. Prestige was originally a family-run business with a commitment to providing care dating back to 1945. We deliver high-quality, personalised private homecare services through over 30 branches in England and Scotland, supported by a Head Office team based in Epsom, Surrey. We provide over 30,000 hours of care and support a week to over 2,000 clients and their families through our local teams of highly qualified and vetted registered nurses, healthcare workers, and Care Co-Ordinator’s. Our home care services range from companionship visits to 24-hour live-in home nursing care across every age group, ability, and health condition. In our last client survey in March 2022, over 90% of respondents agreed that not only, would they recommend us to a friend, but that our service has also made a positive difference to their life. We are a CQC and Care Inspectorate regulated company and hold ISO2001:2009 certification for quality.

Patient first STAR awards 2016

Posted 29/07/2016

Patient first STAR awards 2016

Patient First STAR Awards 2016 Sponsored by Comfort Keepers On June 23rd Comfort Keepers were proud headline sponsors of the STAR Awards alongside the Love Your Hospital charity; this is an evening celebrating and recognising the hard working local carersRead More
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Social care in post-Brexit Britain

Posted 27/07/2016

Social care in post-Brexit Britain

The surprise result of the UK’s European Union (EU) referendum has created many questions about the future of our relationship with the EU and its economic prospects as a result. Business and political leaders working in the social care sectorRead More
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Wills for the elderly

Posted 27/07/2016

Wills for the elderly

Wills for the elderly: What you need to know Having a will is important at any age, especially if you have a large estate. But it becomes even more important as you age. Despite this, it is one of thoseRead More
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Tips for better sleep

Posted 25/07/2016

Tips for better sleep

How the elderly can get a better night’s sleep Sleeping can often cause difficulties for elderly people. Regular waking through the night, aches and pains and insomnia can all be problematic, and these can lead to exhaustion during the dayRead More
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Food safety for the elderly: what you need to know

Posted 14/07/2016

Food safety for the elderly: what you need to know

Correct food preparation is important for people of any age, but it is even more important for elderly people. Food poisoning can Discover More
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Are you a carer?

Posted 11/07/2016

Are you a carer?

There are more informal carers across the UK than you think; Are you a carer? Today there are approximately 7 million unpaid, or ‘informal carers’ in the UK looking after sick, disabled or older people – more than 1 inRead More
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Obesity in the elderly

Posted 10/05/2016

Obesity in the elderly

Obesity in the Elderly: A Growing Problem Back in June 2014, it was reported that 75 per cent of people aged 45 to 74 are overweight. Sources quoted the National Obesity Forum (NOF) warning that many people will face issuesRead More
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What does a support worker do?

Posted 23/03/2016

What does a support worker do?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to become a support worker? Read our first-hand experiences and how to get involved in support work with Prestige Nursing & Care. We are always looking for caring and compassionate peopleRead More
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The hidden cost of dementia care

Posted 18/12/2015

The hidden cost of dementia care

A new report from Alzheimer’s Research UK illustrates how the condition has a huge impact on not only Discover More
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Solving the NHS funding crisis

Posted 19/10/2015

Solving the NHS funding crisis

NHS finances have been causing successive British governments headaches for decades, and those who try to reign its finances in are often left red in the face. The British public are highly supportive of the health service and, quite rightly,Read More
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