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AA Nursing and Care Agency

BR3, Beckenham


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56 min response time

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‘20 Certificate of Excellence, 2020


AA Nursing have been successfully operating for the past 8 years with excellent service We are approved by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). We exist to provide an outstanding service that enables our clients to live independently in their own homes.

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13 hires on Bark
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18 February 2019

Great care provided. Very professional and compassionate staff. Would use again. Thank you.

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I like helping people and the satisfaction when their re-gain their independence .

As a registered staff Nurse and Registered Care Manager , I worked in most of the leading hospital in London as an agency Nurse and couldn't believe how much agencies were charging the hospital and clients . Hence, I decided to start my own business in October 2013 and making the care services affordable to everyone .

Our staff are reliable , kind , experienced and compassionate . We cover last minute request and are contactable 24/7 unlike other care providers.

Zoom calls for initial assessments

We have the latest Governments guidelines in place.ie Carers/Nurses are equipped with full PPE.


Helping with personal hygiene, washing, dressing; assistance with using the toilet, commode or toilet aids; mobility support.

Light housework and washing up to keep the home spick and span; general housework tasks, such as washing and ironing.

A waking service to provide personal care, toileting, dressing/undressing and providing drinks as needed

The home care worker lives and sleeps at the client’s home and is available to provide personal care services 24/7

Our companionship care assistants can assist you or your family member physically to get out to a local park or shopping centre, or wherever really. Even the smallest social experience can make someone feel more connected to the world around them, helping to avoid loneliness.

Reminding the client to take their medication; collecting prescriptions, allowances and pension benefits; shopping from a list provided by the client; encouraging hobbies and seeing friends.

Preparation of nutritious homemade meals, especially the client’s favourites; help with feeding, if necessary.

While you are taking a break from caring we can provide a carer to help you and your loved one

We can help your loved one cope with the challenges of Dementia whilst enabling them to maintain their independence in the comfort of their home.