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EFA Care friendly, expert local care teams help thousands of people to live independently in their own homes. We support people of all ages, including people with complex conditions such as dementia or a learning disability, or those just needing a little bit of extra help at home.  

                                                                                                                    Our Care Process 
At EFACARE, we can provide: 

Personal care and support                                    Cooking and Cleaning

Live in care                                                  Get out and about

Support after stay in hospital                       Respite care

End of life care                                             People with dementia OR                                                                                   Learning Disability

Domiciliary Care in your Own Home - A carer visits you in your own home (your present home or an extra care apartment if you choose to move to one) and helps you with any daily activities you cannot safely manage on your own (getting dressed; washing around the house; going to the toilet). How often they visit and for how long each visit lasts, depends upon how many one-to-one care minutes/hours you require.

Personal care and support

Personal Care

We can provide assistance with daily living – for example, getting out of bed, getting dressed, going to the toilet or having a bath. A visit from one of our dedicated care workers can assist with these tasks and others.


Help do the cooking and cleaning

Live in care

Whether it be hanging laundry, ironing or cleaning the house our care workers can assist, with everyday tasks.


 Provide live in care

Through out support

Live in care is a great alternative to residential care, it provides companionship and round the clock care and takes away the risk of living alone.Mears provides 24-hour live-in care to those people who prefer or need somebody to assist with their daily living tasks round the clock.

                                                                Support you to get out and about

Support after Hospital

Our care workers can accompany you on shopping visits, or do the shopping trips for you. We can also accompany you to GP or hospital appointments or even social activities.


Support you after a stay in hospital

Respite Care

Our care team can provide support if you have been unwell and need short term assistance until you are back on your feet. We put a big emphasis on reablement – this is a short intensive period of care designed to help you regain your independence.


                                           Enable family to have break from caring(Respite care)

Whether it's for a week, one morning a week or just occasionally, EFA care workers can step in to provide care giving peace of mind to family carers wanting a break from caring responsibilities.


Adapt your home to your needs

Adopt your home to your needs

Home adaptations can reduce time in hospital, or the number or length of home care visits required. Whether you need an adapted bathroom, ramps and grab rails, or telecare and sensors offering round the clock reassurance, Mears can deal with all aspects of supply and installation.

Provide end of life care

palliative Care

Our 24 hour service is delivered by highly trained end of life care workers. Working with you and your family at all times to meet your needs and wishes



                                           Care for people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Care for people with Dementia

EFA Care has considerable experience of caring for people with dementia in all care situations including: home care, live-in and end of life care. We are investing heavily in training and developing our workforce skills in this specific area of care delivery. We want our care workers to be able to detect signs of dementia or memory loss so that early intervention measures can be taken and support packages put in place without delay. This can have a major effect on managing the condition and helping families to understand and support their loved one. We are also developing teams of specialist staff who can support somebody in the later stages of dementia.care to live within the community either on their own or with the close support of others.

                                            Support for people with learning disabilities

Care for people with Learning Disability

We are able to support young adults in the transition from children’s services or living with parents to setting up their own home for the first time. We also support adults with a learning disability and/or physical disability make the transition from residential or hospital care to live within the community either on their own or with the close support of others.