Domiciliary Care in Northern Lincolnshire & Lincolnshire

We are a family-run Domiciliary Care Agency that has supported people with learning disabilities and accompanying emotional needs for over 17 years.

Empowering Local People

Based in Northern Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire, and registered with the Care Quality Commission, we empower people to make decisions for themselves, specialising in.

Care In All Shapes & Sizes

At Amara Care, we specialise in helping our local community’s special people with:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Dementia care
  • Physical disabilities
  • Mental health conditions
  • Complex care needs
  • Family services

Amara Care provides a meaningful life for those who need help, in both supported living and respite/day services.

We offer a unique approach to support, using our links with expert psychological support and private landlord company, to provide 24-hour specialist care packages for vulnerable people.

Find Out About Us...

The ultimate aim of Amara Care is to provide a meaningful life for the people we support whether in supported living or receiving respite/day services.

What Is Domiciliary Care?

Domiciliary care is a personal type of care, provided by professionals in the comfort and familiarity of an individual’s home.

Amara Care support workers deliver a home care service in North Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire for:

  • Adults with physical disabilities and/or sensory loss (including dual sensory impairment)
  • Adults with mental health conditions and/or learning disabilities
  • Children and their families

Since 2003, we have provided domiciliary care consultation, therapy, residential services, facilities and services. Explore our personal care services to discover more about what we do.

Benefits of Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary care is flexible, and allows us to offer the exact support our service users need, where they need it most.

Advantages Include:

  • Independence

    Our expert support workers help service users maintain their independence and stay in the familiar and comfortable surroundings of their homes.

  • Flexibility

    The level of support in our support plans is developed around the specific needs of each service user.

  • Stability

    Helping vulnerable people to remain in their homes provides a sense of stability and routine, which can alleviate stress and pressure.

You are all special ladies, and I am very grateful for the compassion, guidance and support you gave me.

Care Quality Commission

We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care in England.

Our commitment is to meet the fundamental standards of the CQQ to provide services under:

  • People with physical disabilities
  • People with sensory loss
  • People with mental health issues
  • People with learning disabilities
  • Children and their family

“Safe, Effective, Caring, Responsive & Well-Led”

As a registered care provider, we adhere to the CQC’s governance and guidance, providing “safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-lead” services.

Learn more about the quality and safety of our services in the CQC fundamental standards.

Our Principles

Our team enables service users with a range of activities, including shopping, hobbies, socialising and exercising. The most important features are the encouragement of choice, independence, and the promotion of individuality.

Our Mission

We are committed to delivering a unique and evidenced based service that empowers and encourages individuals to develop and reach their potential.

In pursuit of this missions, we will hold to these values:

  • Excellence

    We strive to become one of the most sought-after providers of support and treatment in the region. We will provide each of our clients with the most effective and ethical representation possible

  • Service

    We endeavour to meet or exceed the expectations of our clients in all aspects of their needs. For our clients, we will work hard, provide superior service on an effective and efficient basis, and maintain the highest standards of professional integrity

  • Unique

    To promote our model of Trauma Informed Care and Support becoming the primary source for help and advice in this area

  • Encouragement

    We will encourage and motivate all people to work and be the best they can without prejudice or discrimination

  • Strength

    We conduct our affairs to provide the financial strength and growth necessary to attract and keep the highest quality staff.

  • Diversity

    We encourage diversity among our members and respect for difference among us.

  • Supportiveness

    We work daily to enhance the supportive attitude, common bond and collective sense of humour—the special working atmosphere—which is a hallmark of our firm. Building a work environment where each person is valued, respected and has an opportunity for personal and professional growth

  • Community

    We will pursue our belief that individuals with a sense of family and community benefit from it and we will encourage this at all stages.

Our Approach

Amara Care is unique in its approach to care and support of individuals due to the close links to expert psychological support for its service users and staff and are currently providing 24 hour specialist care packages for vulnerable people.

Meet Our Directors & Founders

Amanda Brock

Managing Director

BSc(open), DIP HSW(open), Cert. HP(open), Cmar MCMI, Advanced Dip. Dis. Psych

Amara Care has been supporting meaningful lives since Sept 2004 when we purchased Woodbine Farm in New Holland, North Lincolnshire. Since then, we have developed specialist 24-hour Supported Living services throughout North Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire using our Frankish Model of Trauma Informed Care.

Amara Care is a Home Care Service and the staff work hard to support people to reach their full potential. The services can be challenging at times, but through our knowledge of individuals and training our staff, we see people grow and develop. We look at the least restrictive support, promoting independence where we can. Many of the people we support move onto other housing with through-the-door support.

Dr. Pat Frankish

Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Director

Psy.D., M.Clin.Psychol., B.Sc(Hons),B.A.(Open), P.G.C.E., C.Psychol., FBPS, UKCP Psychotherapist

Amara Care aims to provide Trauma informed Care for some complex people with a range of needs, including disabilities and personality challenges. We train our staff with several approaches, including “All Behaviour has Meaning”, which helps deepen their understanding, as well as an emotional developmental model (TIC) that provides them with skills to facilitate further development. Together these approaches provide opportunities for service users to progress in their emotional development and hence manage their own distress better, leading to a more meaningful life. The net result is personal growth, often after years of being in stuck in a pattern of negative behaviour.

Thank you for allthe care and support you give Mum. It has helped me in so many ways.

You are allspecial ladies and I am very grateful for the compassion, guidance and support yougave me.

Contact Us

Ask a question or get in touch below.

01652 648 335

Artemis House, 25 High Street,
Kirton Lindsey Nr. Gainsborough
Lincolnshire DN21 4LX