Over 20 years experience

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High Quality Home Care Services in Norfolk

What is Home Care:

At A Class Care Ltd, we provide exceptional and compassionate Home Care services to individuals and their families. Our Community Carers visit regularly, with options for week day or 7-day visits, and offer personalised care based on the unique needs of the person receiving care. Services may include meal preparation, medication management, shopping support, companionship, and accompanying the person to appointments like medical or eye doctor visits.

How does home care help?

This is how home care helps..

Home Care not only offers individualised support to the person receiving care, but also offers peace of mind to family members who may not always be present to help, whether you are based in Norwich, King’s Lynn, Great Yarmouth or further afar in Norfolk.


Our tailored care plans ensure that your loved one receives the help they need and improves their quality of life. Our Home Care services are designed to be both comprehensive and compassionate, offering the support needed for a comfortable life at home.

Benefits of Home Care

  • Maintaining independence
  • Living at Home and not moving to a residential home
  • Bespoke care services that meets your specific needs
  • 1-2-1 care received from a regular carer
  • Keeping your home comforts for example staying with pets
  • Being close to your local community
  • Flexible support that can change if and when you require
  • 24 hour support from our Central Office team


What duties does the carer perform?

The duties that our carers provide is spoke to your needs but can include:

  • Preparing meals
  • Assisting with shopping 
  • Providing Companionship 
  • Administering medication 
  • Providing support with personal care
  • Assistance with dressing 
  • Clinical care including Peg Care and Stomabag care



What is assisted Living?

If you're facing downsizing or mobility issues, you may have to move to a smaller living space. Assisted living facilities may be worth considering and we can provide Home Care within a Supported Housing facility. Our caregivers will continue to support you with your daily routines and provide extra help where necessary.


What is the difference between Home Care and a Care Home?

The primary difference between Home Care and a Care Home is where the care is delivered. In a Care Home, residents live in a shared setting and follow set routines, while with Home Care, you receive customised one-on-one care in the comfort of your own home, allowing you to maintain your usual daily routines. In short you get to live life your way. This eliminates the need for major upheaval, and there's no need to sell your home to pay for care.


Scheduling a visit is simple. Just contact us for an initial consultation and if both parties agree, our Norfolk Care and Support Team will arrange a more detailed discussion. Setting up care for your loved one in Norwich, King’s Lynn or Great Yarmouth involves three easy steps:


Step 1 – Consultation with our Care Team


Step 2 – A Home Care assessment


Step 3 – Starting care 


Following our assessment, your care services can start within 24 hours or sooner. To find out more, you can contact our friendly Care Team on 01223 864066 or visit our branch today.

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At A Class Care, we were founded by two directors with a goal to provide exceptional care for their elderly parents. This drive and dedication have been extended to all of our clients, with a motto to treat them like family. This approach ensures that we handpick carers who always prioritise our clients' needs. As an independent company, person-centred care is at the heart of everything we do. The directors frequently visit clients to establish personal connections.


With over 20 years of experience in the care industry, we are regulated by the Care Quality Commissioners, who closely monitor our services, leadership, training, and overall quality of care to ensure that our support is safe, caring, responsive, effective, and well-led. We also continuously assess our quality of care through self-monitoring and seek feedback from clients every 28 days, guaranteeing that we consistently provide an exceptional service.


We take pride in our outstanding care provisions and have been recognised for our dedication. We have been nominated for numerous care awards, including the prestigious LaingBuisson Care Awards.


Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation by calling 01223 864066 or via our online contact form