Our WarrenCare service, Sefton’s longest established home care service, recently celebrated over 25 years providing care and support but it’s now a double celebration following Sefton Council awarding them a preferred provider status across the borough.
WarrenCare provides specialist home based care and support for younger and older adults from two GOOD rated CQC registered offices, Ainsdale and Bootle. They employ over 100 community staff and plan to increase their team by 50% over the next twelve months.
“This is fantastic news for us, we are so pleased to be recognised for the services we provide and the amazing teams we have” said Rachel Woodruff, Registered Manager. She continued, “we have worked with Sefton for over two decades and this award gives us certainty for the next few years”
Following a competitive tender process commissioned by Sefton Council, WarrenCare Ltd have been awarded tier 1 ‘preferred provider’ status across 2 of the 3 areas of Sefton; these areas include Bootle, Aintree, Crosby, Formby, Ainsdale, Birkdale, Southport & Churchtown.
The new arrangements take effect from Monday 18th September and Darren Guy, Regional Director for WarrenCare added that, “…as a CQC ‘Good’ rated provider, we can’t wait to provide more quality homecare services. We are looking forward to delivering our vision of ‘a service to be proud of!’ for the people of Sefton and helping to support them to stay in their own homes for longer, throughout the whole of Sefton.”
With two local offices in Sefton and having provided Homecare Services to thousands of people over the last two decades, WarrenCare are now looking to expand their teams and create approximately 150 more jobs throughout these areas over the next 3 years.
We would like to say a massive ‘Thankyou’ to all of our teams, for their ongoing commitment and hard work, and for supporting to deliver ‘…a service to be proud of
Pictured below are Zoe Cheyne (Assessment & Review Officer – left) and Rachel Woodruff (Registered Manager for the WarrenCare Service – right) along with Chris Williams – Care Coordinator, Sylvia Sierocinski – Care Coordinator, Georgina Moore – Assessment and Reviewing Officer (2nd photograph)