It is the skill and compassion of our carers that makes this belief a reality.
Alina Homecare was founded by James Deeley and Fergus Kee who share a passion for driving up quality standards and professionalising home care. Drawing on their varied and relevant experience, Alina was created with two very clear objectives to provide:
We operate as a network of branches each delivering the full range of homecare services caring for adults and children with conditions or disabilities that affect their quality of life. Our customers are people who want a bit of extra help and companionship. Services can be funded privately or through your local authority but it is always delivered to the same high standard, whoever pays.
Chief Executive, James Deeley has extensive experience in social care through his involvement with SeeAbility (the Royal School for the Blind) which supports people with sight loss and multiple disabilities. James’s involvement with the charity started as a volunteer supporting adult service users at residents meetings for many years before joining as a trustee and then being elected to the role of Chairman. He is a qualified solicitor and was formerly Commercial Director of Charter International plc.
Executive Chairman Fergus Kee has a wealth of experience gained in healthcare. He was CEO of Bupa Insurance and MD of Bupa UK & North America Division, which included Bupa Home Healthcare. He was formerly Executive Chairman of Fitbug Holdings plc, an AIM listed provider of health and well-being services.
We want our customers to be happy with their homecare and so encourage them to get involved. Together, we work out what they want and need.
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Contact us if you have an emergency related to an elderly or disabled person living at home, are concerned about a friend, relative or yourself coping at home alone, need to chat through care options, or are after general information and advice.