In Home Care has announced plans to open four new branches in the South of England this summer.
The branches will provide domiciliary and live-in care to the communities of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire; Fareham and Farnborough in Hampshire; and Hemel Hempstead, Watford, and St Albans in Hertfordshire.
In Home Care also supports those living with complex care requirements, managing PEG feeds, tracheostomy care, and monitoring catheters and stoma bags, alongside offering companionship and emotional support.
Following Care Quality Commission registration, In Home Care Fareham will be the first of the new branches to open in mid-April.
Co-founder Paul Reynolds (pictured), said: “We are excited to be taking our care services into new locations, especially with the challenges that have come from Covid-19. From day one, we have always believed that care should be accessible to anyone who needs it and with our ambition to open at least two new franchises a year, we are on course to achieve this.
“I am personally grateful to everyone involved in sourcing and launching each one of our branches, and I’m looking forward to when they formally open their doors. There will be opportunities for new carers to join our respective teams as well, who will have full training regardless of their previous experience.”
Since being established in 2011, In Home Care now employs more than 185 staff.
The provider’s wider expansion programme will see the further locations open in London and the Republic of Ireland this year.