Welcome to Hales Health & Social Care
At Hales Health & Social Care we have been providing exceptional person-centred care for over 30 years.
We take great pride in applying our expertise to deliver a broad range of excellent care services. As our family owned group has grown to twelve branches across the east of England, we have become a valuable part of the local communities in which we work. Hales Health & Social Care deliver award winning care that is fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission:
The health and happiness of our service users is our number one priority and we work hard to make certain that our award winning, professionally trained carers offer you the best services possible. We consistently deliver quality care bespoke to the needs of our service users to enable you to remain living in the comfort of your own home surrounded by loved ones and personal treasures.
We are a caring, passionate and proud team and our services go beyond addressing your medical needs. Our friendly and dedicated carers will be there for you when you need them and are happy to share in your favourite films and past times. Read More >>
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- The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is tomorrow marking the launch of a new partnership with The Silver Line helpline to help reach out to even more elderly people who are cared for in their homes and in residential care. The partnership comes on the same day as The Silver Line celebrates its one-year …Read More »
- Researchers led by the University of Edinburgh have discovered people with gene variants are more likely to have memory problems even if they are cognitively healthy according to research published today (26 November 2014). The Cohorts for Heart and Aging Research in Genomic Epidemiology (CHARGE) Constortium, which includes experts at …Read More »