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A Care professional is someone who is compassionate, reliable, knowledgeable, and most importantly, trustworthy. The Mosaic Care Group leads the industry in finding the absolute best Care professionals to provide seniors with assistance at home, giving their families peace of mind.

An Exceptional Business Opportunity

The home care services industry will experience significant growth over the next 40 years. In 2019 the market for in-home senior care is projected to reach approximately £22 billion*, exhibiting a decade-long average compound annual growth rate of 10%. This industry is in its infancy. In today’s business environment, how many industries can you identify that can feasibly project this growth rate?

Population Trends and Demand Drivers

Today, there are 40 million adults† age 65+ in the UK. What’s more, this population is expected to nearly double to 70 million over the next 30 years. With an increasing average life expectancy for citizens reaching over 75 years of age, the need for senior care will continue to escalate.

  • 85+ Years
  • 65+ Years
  • Call and speak to one of our friendly team who will discuss the setup process and outline our packages.
  • Request a home visit where we will provide you with a free, no obligation assessment.
  • Once agreed, we will setup your care package and introduce you to your Care Worker.

Your funding options

Understanding all of your funding options can make a big difference to the care you choose.

Government support

Depending on your situation, you may be eligible for government assistance in meeting some, or all, of your care costs.

Social care isn’t free to everyone. Councils only have a limited amount of money and they may choose to pay for only those people who are in most need of help. When you contact your council about getting a care service it will carry out a care assessment. Depending on where you live, if your needs are assessed as low or moderate you may not be entitled to free care. If your needs do match the level set by your council, it will carry out a financial assessment.

There are also a number of financial support options for people who devote more than 35 hours per week to caring for a relative or friend. There are a number of criteria you must meet to qualify for the carer’s benefit, including being over 16 and ensuring the person you are caring for qualifies for a disability benefit.

Funding your own care

With changes to the way social care entitlements are calculated, we know that many individuals may not qualify for government support when looking for a care.  All of our care services welcome clients and families who choose to either fund their own care or top up their government entitlements to ensure they have the very best care and support.

Support from charities

There are many charities offering support to people who need social care. Organisations such as Age UK and Mencap do a great job in providing information, support and – in some cases – financial advice.

Whether you are searching for care and support for yourself or a loved one, these websites offer guidance, advice and practical help.

Department of Health
The official website of the Department of Health providing information on latest policies, and development regarding all aspects of health and social care.

Care Quality Commission
The CQC is the health and social care regulator for England. You can use this to find the most recent inspection reports for providers of healthcare.

National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE)
NICE provides guidance on current best clinical practice

Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales
The Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales website

UK Online
UK Online provides government information and services

Community Care Magazine
The website of Community Care magazine

Government Carer Information 
Government information specifically for carers.

Age UK 
Age UK has been helping older people across the UK for more than 60 years.

Alzheimer’s Society
For support, information, advice and local services for those looking after someone with dementia.

available to carers.

Bettercaring is dedicated to helping care professionals and consumers find care homes in the UK.

A public information and advisory service specialising in the issues relating to long term care.

Care Directions
The internet’s unique guide to care and the rights of older people. Register for a free, regular e-newsletter.

Care Info
The website for the long term care sector.

Centre for Policy on Ageing
An independent organisation promoting social policies that allow older people to achieve the full potential of their later years.

Action on Elder Abuse
Action on Elder Abuse aims to prevent the abuse of older people

Guide to Care
Guide to Care is a resource for carers of elderly people.

Help the Aged
Provides practical support to help older people to lead independent lives, especially the frail, isolated and poor.

The Princess Royal Trust for Carers
Provides support for carers at carers’ centres around the country.

Carers UK
Offers advice on benefits and services

Why choose The Mosaic Care Group ?

We are committed to being your shoulder to lean on and providing honest advice for your loved one’s situation.

Daily care experts

We specialise in around the clock care to help vulnerable client group and health & social care establishments

Available 24/7

We are available 24 hours a day to provide your loved one with a care professional.

Balanced care

Our unique approach to care promotes healthy mind, body and spirit.

high caliber caregivers

We typically hire only 1 in 25 applicants and provide ongoing training & development.

Peace of mind

Independent industry surveys place our client satisfaction rate at 97%.

A trusted partner

The Mosaic Care Group is the trusted referral choice for care professionals.

Cognitive therapeutics

Fun yet effective activities designed by experts to keep minds sharp and promote independence with a “Can Do” attitude

No long term contract

Use our services only as long as you’re 100% satisfied.

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Our client satisfaction rate

Our 97% client satisfaction rate is unparalleled in our field.

Read below what our clients have to say and learn more about what makes us the premier care provider.

Mrs Lawson Daughter

Your help and assistance in this challenging period is greatly appreciated. Our entire family extends our thanks for all you have done.

Mrs Lawson

Mrs Stewards Preston Lancashire

I am more than fully satisfied with the excellent service provided so carefully and so sincerely by each and every carer who visited mum.

Mark Jones Pudsey, Leeds

We are confident leaving mother in Mosaic’s quality care! They deliver wonderful service with a personal touch!

Jennifer R. Daughter

My Daughters primary carer is wonderful, they have a very special relationship. The Manager is wonderful and the overall experience of Outreach care has been amazing for all my family!