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Vida

Vida is a care company that delivers a personalised, high quality and responsive service for clients and their loved ones. Their vision is to empower people to live comfortably in their own home by providing the highest level of care. They currently provide domiciliary and live-in care across London for adults and the elderly with a range of disabilities and ailments. Vida is a CQC approved care provider.

They match each client with a selection of carers that can meet their needs and match their personality and interests. Your choice of carer is a personal one, and clients can choose the carer that suits them best following a free care assessment.

All their care professionals are selected via a rigorous selection process and subject to rigorous background checks. They are highly trained so clients can be assured they are dealing with the highest standard of care professionals. The care technology platform ensures the timely delivery of high-quality care, and improves communication and transparency for all stakeholders involved in the health of our loved ones.

To read more about Vida's services and carers please visit website: www.vida.co.uk or call on 02036 530 321 to chat with their care team and organise a free face to face care assessment at your home. 

Contact details

Vida 
21 Dartmouth Street,
Westminster,
London SW1H 9BP

Phone: 02036 530 321
Email: hello@vida.co.uk
Website: www.vida.co.uk

CHOOSING THE RIGHT CARE AGENCY - A MESSAGE FROM PEOPLE FIRST

People First cannot recommend individual home care agencies, and does not vouch for the quality of service which they currently provide. Please refer to our disclaimer page for more details. 

It is important that you satisfy yourself that you will receive the service which you need, and that it will be of a high standard. We recommend that you refer to the following websites when deciding which home care agency to use:-

· The Care Quality Commission website  – they inspect home care agencies regularly and publish their inspection reports online, highlighting what an agency does well and where there is a need for improvement

· The NHS Choices website  
– they allow you to search for home care agencies in your area, to see what other people have said about them, and to rate them yourself based on your experiences 

 


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