New Advertising Campaign Launched

New Advertising Campaign Launched

17th September 2015

As part of our growth plans, we are looking to employ more carers and have recently launched a new series of press ads.

Dale Care Enters Gateshead

19th January 2015

The team is pleased to announce its most recent contract award from The Borough Council of Gateshead? to provide Home Care services in a specific zone. Following an extensive tendering process, Dale Care has been awarded to deliver care and support services to the West of the Borough?(Zone 3)? to a number of service users including the frail elderly and adults with a range of physical and learning disabilities. Click here to read more

Dale Care attains CHAS Health and Safety Accreditation

24th July 2014

We are delighted and proud to announce that Dale Care has passed the CHAS assessment scheme.

The CHAS health and safety assessment scheme is a pre-approval scheme to show potential clients and public sector organisations that they meet the required health and safety standards.

Dale Care is committed to giving an excellent service but also working along side health and safety guidelines.

Eastenders Star backs World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

13th June 2014

EastEnders star June Brown is fronting a new campaign for Action on Elder Abuse.

The 87-year-old actress has played Dot Cotton in the BBC soap for nearly 30 years during which her character has long suffered in an abusive relationship with her son Nick, who once tried to poison her to inherit all her money. Click here to read more

Mother’s Day is nearly here… Do you need a gift?

25th February 2014

Mothers Day is fast approaching. Why not try a Dale Care voucher for an elderly friend or relative.

Just purchase a block of time and they can then choose anything from domestic work to going out somewhere. The Ideal gift for anyone. “The Gift that Gives Independence”

Prices start at ?11.00 for an hour.

Contact Carol on 01388 768271 ext 202



Tell Me About Dementia!

25th February 2014

Dementia can involve memory-loss as well as language, thinking and problem-solving problems. The symptoms of dementia can start slowly at first but can go on to make life very difficult for those who suffer from it. Dementia can dramatically change a person?s mood and behaviour, as well as causing problems with thinking and memory. There are various steps that people can take to help people living with dementia. Click here to read more