Who are Wijota Care Services?

We are an award-winning home care provider and part of a global organization dedicated to providing high-quality relationship-led care for older people in their homes. For many years, we have been at the forefront of specialized home care, assisting those being cared for and their families. Our goal is to be the most admired care company in the UK by changing the face of aging. What we do is deeply personal. It is customized, flexible, and adaptable as needs and preferences change. Most importantly, it means that we assist people in envisioning a life at home where they can live happily, comfortably, and independently.

What are benefits of our care services?

Wijota Care Services believes that caring should be about having a say and planning ahead of time, rather than reacting to a situation. Unfortunately, all too often, accidents in the home and sudden illness are the catalysts for the ‘care conversation,’ resulting in a hasty and ineffective care decision.

71% of people would prefer to age in their own homes but due to our society’s approach to care, this does not always happen. The best way to avoid this is to address care and support before they are needed which we definitely do.

How are we different?

Thinking of how we differ from other care service centers, the answer us quit simple. People are not the same and so are we. All the services we provide are classic basing on the preferences of the people who need it.

As far as some people need help for activities like shopping, we offer services that go beyond to personal. These include bathing, dressing as values the life changing illnesses like dementia. All this greatly makes as unique.

Why is home care good for my family?

In the old age, the time spent with the loved ones should be really fun. Most of our time is spent on taking care of the most important things so you may have time to enjoy yourself. Optioning for a better service home is a great deal to kill your stress with decisions that are least expensive. This is not so with that provided in a residential manner.

Is home care right for you?

If you enjoy living at home but need some extra assistance with certain tasks and do not have any specific medical needs that necessitate nursing, then home care may be right for you.

Reason why home care is good for me.

It is adaptable, hassle-free, and enjoyable. This means that you will be able to stay in your community and live under your own roof, surrounded by your own belongings as you adhere to your own set of rules.

One of the best parts about what we do is that it does not feel like care. Our Care Professionals do not wear uniforms because we believe that this only emphasizes the fact that they are receiving care. Despite the fact that our caregivers are professional and highly trained, they carry out their duties in a friendly manner.

How can you ensure that I get a Care Professional I like?

Our provided services come with highly trained and experienced Care Professionals. This is why we take the effort to find empathetic people with big hearts and friendly personalities who want to develop positive caring relationships with their clients. We option for people with diverse interests, whether it’s cheering on a football team, taking gentle walks, or painting, crocheting, and crafting. Whatever floats your boat. Whatever you want, we have the appropriate professional for you.

Isn’t home care more expensive than institutional care?

We do not have to tell you that some health-care options are frequently perceived as costly. However, this does not mean that all of them are. Home care can be a service that you pay for on your own terms. You option the level of care and support you require for as long as you need it, you only pay for the one-on-one care you receive rather than paying a care home provider to fund care shared by many people. When viewed in this light, home care is a better investment than residential care.

If i/ my loved one is suffering from dementia, Can you look after me?

Wijota Care Services greatly understands the difficulty of caring for someone with dementia, and with the experience, we have in assisting families to deal with the situation at home means that we can offer expertise when it comes to providing care and support for someone with dementia.

What is non-medical care?

Non-medical care includes anything that does not require nursing intervention, such as injections, wound dressing changes, and vital sign measurements.

What exactly is Residential Care?

Residential care entails someone leaving their home and belongings to live in a facility that provides round-the-clock care. Residential arrangements can range from having the freedom to come and go as you please to being custodial, with residents protected from any potential safeguarding event.

What exactly is Social Care?

Social care refers to services that help people who have needs due to illness, disability, old age, or poverty. Domiciliary care, day center provision, equipment provision, and housing options with varying levels of care are all examples of social care. Lack of funding puts pressure on social care, which is not free at the point of use like NHS healthcare.

What is the meaning of the term “Care Professional” and who are Care Professionals?

We use the term Care Professionals because we do not always hire carers with a background in social care or health care. We seek kind, caring, empathetic individuals with a loving heart who want to devote their time to assisting in the care of the elderly. We teach them the skills and confidence they need to care for older people in their own homes, including how to do so with dignity and respect.


What exactly is dementia?

Dementia is a progressive illness caused by brain damage caused by diseases such as Alzheimer’s or strokes. There are various types of dementia, but in general, dementia is caused by a brain disorder caused by disease or injury, and it is characterized by memory problems, personality changes, and impaired reasoning. Diagnosis usually takes time, but the sooner it occurs, the better the chances of receiving help and support.