Our services are available short or long term, from a 30-minute call to 24-hour care.

When it comes to making a decision about care services, we understand the pressures and questions that you might have. Whether considering this for yourself or for a relative, we work closely with you to help you make the right decision and provide a service tailored around your exact needs. Our services are designed for practically any living arrangement where any individual may need assistance to manage their personal care, and desires companionship human interaction and help with day to day activities.

Coronavirus Policy

DDLTAC (UK) is committed to provide services to our users at this time and the health and safety of our service users, and that of our team is paramount. In response to the overwhelming need to try to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are taking precautionary measures to protect all our services users and staff, so that we may continue to provide the same level of service and support you expect from us.

We ensure that our staff are aware and understand the importance of pandemic preparedness and will carry out preparations by following the checklist in DDLTAC(UK)Pandemic Policy and Procedure. We understand the importance of business continuity during this time of uncertainty therefore are working very closely with our partners, suppliers and commissioners to ensure that a safe and effective service can be maintained.

In these difficult times, we will do our best to remain relentlessly focused on providing our service users with the excellent service and support.

We are guided by further information on COVID-19 recommendations provided by the government - including this Government Response and this guidance to employers and businesses - and the NHS.

The DDLTAC (UK) can help with personal, domestic and social care either on a private basis or through your local social services call us now on(020) 7252 7402.

We are on-call 24 hours, including weekends, and as part of the Service, we provide transport to Staff where a Client's premises may not be easily accessible by public means, in order to fit in with early or late shift patterns. However, we will always endeavour to introduce someone local to you in the first instance and with whom you can work on a regular basis to promote continuity.

If you fund your care from your own resources or receive assistance in the form of a Direct Payment, Individual Budget (IB) or Self-Directed Support (SDS) we can help you.

Our staff are trained above the minimum standards, and are 'police (DBS) checked'.

Our Services

Complex Care
  • Hospital discharge
  • High dependency care
  • 2 carers attending
  • Cancer Care
  • Peg Feed And So On
  • Companionship
  • Dementia
  • Elderly Care
Palliative Care
  • Personal Hygiene Care
  • Physical Disability
  • Respite cover
  • Sensory Impairment
  • Shopping Service / Errands
  • Sit in Service
  • Transportation Service etc.
  • Cancer care
  • Call in care
  • Hospice at home
Home Care
  • Food Preparation & Serving
  • High Dependency Care
  • Two carers attending
  • Hospital Discharge
  • Laundry Service
  • Learning Disability
  • Medication Assistance
  • Mental Health Condition
  • Cleaning,domestic and home help
Respite Care
  • A needed break for a carer
  • Support during an illness or recovery period
  • This can be offered from as little as one hour
  • Can be provided on a regular basis, if an emergency arises or at short notice

Enquiry Form

We are accredited and regulated by the Care Quality Commission

All our care workers will have either already attained or be in the process of attaining an RQF (former NVQ) in Health and Social Care.

Take your time exploring our website for more information, and please feel free and welcomed to contact us if you have any questions.

If you would like to have a confidential discussion about our services please contact us on (020) 7252 7402 or send us an email to admin@daughtersofdivinelove.org.uk