Welcome to Carers on Demand:
Experts in matching clients and Live-in Carers.

Fast, Flexible and Affordable Care

We offer a quality and personalised introduction service to private clients our vision and service is unique as unlike online introduction platforms we believe that technology cannot replace the human interaction and person-centred approach when matching a carer to a vulnerable client. Our vision is to offer bespoke live-in care and hourly care solutions which support elderly or disabled adults in need of care to receive the support they need, from the comfort of their home.

All of our client relationships are based on kindness, trust and respect. Continuity of carer is at the core of our service and we are proud of our proven ability to provide longer term carer solutions to clients. We are a privately-run company and know each and every one of our clients personally.

All carers provided through our introduction service are fully vetted, experienced and trained. Carers introduced via this service are engaged by our clients on a self- employed basis.

We carefully select each carer through our screening and interview process. All interviews are conducted in person (where possible). Carers only meet our approval if our team would be happy for them to care for our own loved ones. Our standards are high!

We cover the the UK and have offices in London and Brighton.

Our Introduction Service costs £428 less per week than the average live -in care cost in the UK. That’s £1712 saved each month!

Many clients and their families do not know where to turn when care is needed. Call us now to learn about all of your options. We are open and transparent and can give you quality and informed friendly advice.

Are you concerned that a loved one is not coping well at home on their own?

We understand that needs differ from person to person. It may be that your loved one is at risk of falling, or causing themselves a serious injury. Perhaps your loved one is struggling with day to day personal care, making meals, or making sure their home is safe, secure and warm. Our team are here to make life easier for you and your loved one.

If you think it’s time to make a change, we are here to help.


We can match you with Live in Carers from £804.00 per week.

And Hourly Carers from £16.78 per hour.

We are experts in matching the correct carers and clients together and believe everyone has the right to stay at home in their familiar and safe surroundings, we offer a professional service and believe all clients should receive the highest quality of care every day ensuring, dignity, empathy and independence.

We have spent many years working with clients that require care and support and have come up with the perfect solution, our person focused introduction service. Our service is completely transparent, putting you at the centre of your care choices. It also provides you with the autonomy and choice of who cares for you and how your care is delivered. Our website sets out a detailed account of what both of our services can offer you. This ensures wherever possible the costs have been kept down in every way, but the carers receive a fair financial reward for the service they offer. This results in longevity and job satisfaction which in turn means great care is being delivered at all with continuity of carer.

Our service is recognised as an introductory service by The Care Quality Commission (CQC) as such we are not required to be registered with them although we aspire to meet the standards set by the CQC. The Managing Director holds the Registered Manager Qualification. We also work to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements.

We believe everyone in need of care should have the opportunity to stay at home in their familiar and safe surroundings. All clients have the right to receive the highest quality of care available, whilst promoting their continued independence and dignity.

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We believe we offer the most cost-effective and professional introductory service in the UK.

Carers on Demand are experienced and knowledgeable in all aspects of the care industry.

Our private client team focuses on introducing clients to professional and experienced live-in carers and hourly carers (and night carers if required) Live-in care is fast becoming the preferred alternative to a nursing, residential or a care home and even more popular than using a traditional care agency.

We are a privately owned and operated company, and unlike many of our competitors are not part of a large corporate business or a franchise nor do we rely solely on technology to match carers and clients.

Our dedicated private client team focus exclusively on sourcing carers who provide homecare directly to our clients, meaning you receive the highest quality, personalized service available.

We now work with the CHC and introduce live-in carers to the Continuing Health Care Team (CHC) through the NHS.

Carers on Demand are raising the standards of care.

We understand that organizing care and support for a loved one can be a tough time. We can support you in answering any questions that you have in relation to the provision of homecare, including potential sources of funding.

We also understand that the need for care can sometimes appear with little or no notice, making it difficult to plan. Our dedicated recruitment team are here to ensure that we can introduce carers to prospective clients on very short notice, or to cover emergencies that arise.

Our website is here to give you all the information that you will need in determining whether our services could be right for you. We’ve helped many clients identify alternative care options, which have best suited their needs and budget. If you’d like to know more, or have any questions, please give us a call. One of our friendly and knowledgeable team will be happy to help you in any way we can.

Our Commitment to our Clients

We believe everyone should have the option of being cared for or supported in their own home. As our client, we understand the importance of maintaining your independence and are therefore committed to providing bespoke services, which support your individual needs and your individual requirements and preferences. The carers we introduce and our support team can provide:

  • long- term live-in carers;
  • short- term live-in carers (for example, for clients that have left hospital and need live-in care for a brief time);
  • respite cover, to give your current care givers a break;
  • night care (sleeping nights or waking nights);
  • short notice care.
  • Hourly Care (minimum of 1 hour per day)
Staying at home with a live-in carer promotes wellbeing and social interaction with friends and family.

Six reasons to choose us…


We are experts in matching carers and clients. We can help provide experienced carers who offer care, support and companionship in your own home. Allow us to help you. You’re in safe hands.


All clients benefit from ongoing access to our support team who are here to help you maintain a happy and healthy life in your home environment.


Our clients are our top priority. Your needs come first. Our objective is to offer clients a bespoke service, with an assured quality of care. Our client reviews are a testament to our track record of introducing carers that provide high quality person- centered care, from the comfort of your home.


Our carers are carefully selected by our experienced recruitment team. We only select carers who have proven experience, demonstrate empathy, and can show a real interest and passion for caring for people in their own homes. All our carers are fully vetted and police checked.


We believe that live-in home care is a cost-efficient alternative to either multiple daily care visits and home help, or the provision of care from a residential care home. The provision of live-in care can be even more cost effective for couples who both have care needs, but would prefer to remain living at home. We believe we offer the most cost effective live-in care service available and are always happy to discuss alternatives to suit your budget.


We ensure we are available to help when you need us and take pride in our response levels.

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Which areas do we cover?

Our Introduction Service is available across the UK, with particular focus across London, Greater London and the South East of England (including the Isle of Wight). We have offices in London and Brighton which enables us to source the best carers available.

Our experience shines through:

We have spent many years working with clients that require quality care and support for a range of care needs. Whilst many service providers in the industry are part of a franchise or large corporation we believe we stand out as a genuine and authentic company, where we understand the value of real relationships. Many new care providers entering the sector have joined from other industries relying on knowledge of information technology or apps in order build their brand. We don’t think choosing a carer is like ordering an online taxi. Our time is spent on understanding the individual needs of each client, and matching them the right carer who can best support them.

Our introduction service is completely transparent, putting you at the centre of your care. It provides you with the autonomy and choice of who cares for you, and how your care is delivered.

We’ve set out below a summary of the various services that we can offer. We have benchmarked our charges against those of our competitors and are confident that our pricing reflects true value for money. This ensures wherever possible the costs have been kept down in every way, but the carers receive a fair financial reward for the service they offer.

How does our introduction service work?

Please call us to discuss your care needs, including any special or individual requirements you may have.

Following the initial call we have two options:

we can schedule an appointment to come and visit you in your own home. During the meeting, we will take a note of all of your details and requirements, allowing us to produce your individual needs statement. We will then issue you with your personalized folder which will be delivered to your home before the chosen carer arrives. The needs statement will include things like: what you like at mealtimes and at what time, any personal care needs, your medication requirements and any household tasks that you would like assistance with.

Or we can simply arrange the introduction with the carer directly and a visit is not necessary.

Following completion of our meeting or phone call, we will then introduce you to a suitable carer who matches your requirements. Each carer has been pre-screened, interviewed in person, fully vetted (including professional referencing) and has been subject to a recent police check. We ensure that all carers are fully trained using guidelines from the Care Quality Commission requirements, once we’ve selected a carer to match your needs, we will then send your their profile, informing you of all the information you need to know about them.

Once the right carer has been selected, you are then free to engage with them directly. All carers work on a self-employed basis. Prior to making an introduction we check that all carers have registered with HMRC as self-employed workers, as this ensures that they pay tax and national insurance on their earnings.

You and your carer should agree to the terms of your engagement. We recommend that the terms be as clear as possible, so that everyone understands the process.

The benefit of this self-employed engagement is that you retain the autonomy to choose which carer supports you (and how you work with them), but have the reassurance that the carer has been professionally screened, interviewed and vetted, prior to any introduction. We are also here to support you in the event that a carer is unwell or is absent on short notice, as our team are able to introduce suitable replacements.

Our introduction service can be used to provide care on a long or short- term basis, for respite cover, for assistance whilst a family member takes a holiday or for convalescence care to assist recuperation and support when returning to good health.

This service is suitable for a wide range of clients, spanning from those needing companionship and support with light housework to clients with complex needs such as advanced dementia or those needing palliative care.


Carers on Demand are covered with public liability insurance and professional indemnity insurance of up to £2 million. We also ensure all carers have in place “Individual Carers Insurance” before they commence.

We are proud of our industry leading costs save £££

We believe in continuity of carer

Often clients and their families have nowhere to turn when the need for care arises. Call us now for a friendly and helpful chat so we can inform you of all your options.


Below are some FAQs that may help you with any unanswered questions:

Carers can assist with many tasks such as: Cleaning, housework, laundry, changing the beds, washing, hoovering, pet care, preparing fresh meals throughout the day, assistance with letters or admin, escorting to social visits, escorting to day centres or appointments.

No, although you must have a spare bedroom for the carer to sleep in. A spare bathroom is a bonus but not a necessity. Your property should be at an acceptable living standard for the carer. We do ask that clients provide an internet connection for use by the carers. Please also ensure that there is access to a shared TV at the property.

If possible, please create an initial outline or a list of your daily requirements, including any household or general tasks you may have. Please including your preferred timing of key tasks (for example, meals, bathing, or going to bed).

Please call us so that we can discuss your requirements. We can also discuss the costs involved and provide you with a personal quote.

We can then arrange a home visit to meet you and/or your family and go through your individual requirements in detail. We will then create your personalized needs statement. Once you are happy, we can then arrange to have your carer introduced at a date that suits you. You are not obliged to enter into our services at any point until you have signed our terms.

All carers introduced have been fully vetted, police checked and have insurance.

All carers introduced by Carers on Demand will have the following training in place before they start work:



















We support Friends of Dementia

Reports show that it is far more reassuring for people living with dementia to remain in their familiar surroundings at home. Moving into a care home can cause stress and fear of their new surroundings. A recent Alzheimer’s report claims that 61% of people with dementia felt lonely.

Dementia affects over 85-thousand people in the UK alone and that number is increasing daily.

We support friends of Dementia, which is an Alzheimer’s society initiative. Please have a look at their site at: https://www.dementiafriends.org.uk/. We post regular blogs and attend training seminars around dementia and Alzheimer’s care and support the initiative to change people’s perception of the disease. Carers are trained in delivering dementia care, and many show a genuine interest in this area of learning. If you or someone you know is living with dementia please give us call now to see how we can help.

We are experienced in working with clients living with dementia and alzheimers. We can introduce experienced live-in carers to support with all levels of dementia care and support.

Six reasons we shine:

We are Care Matching Specialists.

We operate exclusively in the delivery of carer matching solutions. Such focus enables our team to concentrate on sourcing the very best carers available, based on individual client needs.

We Believe in Continuity of Carer.

Whether clients are looking for long or short- term carer matching solutions, we look to facilitate introductions that enable continuity of care for you.

A Personalised and Bespoke Service.

We believe in building relationships with our clients, based on trust and respect. We know all our clients personally.

A Dedicated Company.

We are not part of large corporation or franchise. We are proud to be an independent and privately-run organisation. We take time to understand all of our client’s individual preferences and requirements when matching them with a carer.

Professional and Reliable Service.

We are fully insured and GDPR compliant. We are also trained to carry our risk assessments. We are proud of our excellent client feedback and reviews.

Experienced and Dedicated Carers.

We only work with the very best carers in the UK. All carers introduced are police checked and are fully vetted and trained. Carers only meet our approval if our team would be happy for them to care for our own loved ones. Our standards are high!

Many people can receive assistance or funding for their care. Are you missing out?

Care planning is essential as the cost of care can be an essential and often over seen commitment. Many people we speak to do not know where to turn for information around the funding or assistance available for their care. We have provided some information below and can work with people no matter what their financial situation. Please give us a call for more information and how we can help you.

Below are some Information and Options for funding your care:

Care at home is generally the same cost as a care or nursing home. If the care is for a couple, then it can be almost half the cost.

Our Introduction Service costs £428 less per week than the average live -in care cost in the UK. That’s £1712 saved each month!

Dementia Care Costs, Live in Care Costs, Home Care Costs Brighton & London

ATTENDANCE ALLOWANCE: (Everyone receiving care is entitled to this payment)

Attendance Allowance helps with extra costs if you have a disability severe enough that you need someone to help look after you.

It’s paid at 2 different rates and how much you get depends on the level of care that you need because of your disability.

You could get £58.70 or £87.65 a week to help with personal support if you’re both:

It does not cover mobility needs.

The other benefits you get can increase if you get Attendance Allowance.

You do not have to have someone caring for you in order to claim.

Attendance Allowance rates

Rate Level of help you need
Lower rate – £58.70 Frequent help or constant supervision during the day, or supervision at night
Higher rate – £87.65 Help or supervision throughout both day and night, or you’re terminally ill

  • Available to anyone over 65 years
  • Tax free
  • 2019 Rates are £58.70 or £87.65
  • Can be used for homecare
  • Is not means-tested: what you earn or how much you have in savings will not affect what you get.
  • You can apply online

You can find more information on Attendance Allowance here https://www.gov.uk/attendance-allowance

LOCAL AUTHORITY SUPPORT: (Please note we accept Direct payments)

This type of funding is only available if you have less than £23,250.00 in savings and assets in England.

If your income and savings are above this limit it’s still worth contacting the local authority. As you still have the right to a care needs assessment, regardless of your financial situation. Your local authority or trust might still take some of your income, if you’re below these limits.

Before they can help, your local council must carry out a care needs assessment. It’s free and it’s your legal right to have one. You should not be refused an assessment because the local authority thinks your needs aren’t great enough or that you won’t qualify for financial help. The local authority will identify your care needs and check that they meet a nationally agreed set of criteria.

If you qualify for help, they have a legal duty to provide or arrange the services you need.

They will then carry out a financial assessment to work out if you should pay towards any services you need.


You can also assess your own care needs or complete an assessment for someone else.

This could be done online and sets out in your own words the care that you think you, or a person you care for, might need.

If your local authority agrees with this self-assessment, you’ll be able to access the same range of support services as if you’d been through a full care needs assessment from a local authority care specialist.

Self – Funding:

If you do not qualify for any care funding available (apart from the attendance allowance) then you will be responsible for funding your own care. However please check out the following options as you could be entitled to some benefits or may like to seek further assistance regarding your options:





-IMMEDIATE NEED ANNUITY (Insurance policy known as a care fee plan)


For more information contact your local authority or call us.

If you have a disability or complex medical condition that means you have healthcare needs rather than social care needs, you might qualify for NHS funding.


Some people with long-term complex health needs qualify for free social care arranged and funded solely by the NHS. This is known as NHS continuing healthcare.

NHS continuing healthcare can be provided in a variety of settings outside hospital, such as in your own home or in a care home.

Who is eligible for NHS continuing healthcare?

Adults may receive a “continuing care package” if they have needs arising from disability, accident or illness that can’t be met by existing universal or specialist services alone.

To be eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, you must be assessed by a team of healthcare professionals (a multidisciplinary team). The team will look at all your care needs and relate them to:

  • what help you need
  • how complex your needs are
  • how intense your needs can be
  • how unpredictable they are, including any risks to your health if the right care isn’t provided at the right time

Your eligibility for NHS continuing healthcare depends on your assessed needs, and not on any particular diagnosis or condition. If your needs change then your eligibility for NHS continuing healthcare may change.

You should be fully involved in the assessment process and kept informed, and have your views about your needs and support taken into account. Carers and family members should also be consulted where appropriate.

A decision about eligibility for a full assessment for NHS continuing healthcare should usually be made within 28 days of an initial assessment or request for a full assessment.

If you aren’t eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, you can be referred to your local council who can discuss with you whether you may be eligible for support from them.

If you still have some health needs then the NHS may pay for part of the package of support. This is sometimes known as a “joint package” of care.


Clinical commissioning groups, known as CCGs (the NHS organisations that commission local health services), must assess you for NHS continuing healthcare if it seems that you may need it.

For most people, there’s an initial checklist assessment, which is used to decide if you need a full assessment. However, if you need care urgently – for example, if you’re terminally ill – your assessment may be fast-tracked.

Initial assessment for NHS continuing healthcare

The initial checklist assessment can be completed by a nurse, doctor, other healthcare professional or social worker. You should be told that you’re being assessed, and be asked for your consent.

Depending on the outcome of the checklist, you’ll either be told that you don’t meet the criteria for a full assessment of NHS continuing healthcare and are therefore not eligible, or you’ll be referred for a full assessment of eligibility.

Being referred for a full assessment doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be eligible for NHS continuing healthcare. The purpose of the checklist is to enable anyone who might be eligible to have the opportunity for a full assessment.

The professional(s) completing the checklist should record in writing the reasons for their decision, and sign and date it. You should be given a copy of the completed checklist.

You can download a blank copy of the NHS continuing healthcare checklist from GOV.UK.

You should be informed who is co-ordinating the NHS continuing healthcare assessment.

The team’s assessment will consider your needs under the following headings:

  • breathing
  • nutrition (food and drink)
  • continence
  • skin (including wounds and ulcers)
  • mobility
  • communication
  • psychological and emotional needs
  • cognition (understanding)
  • behaviour
  • drug therapies and medication
  • altered states of consciousness
  • other significant care needs

These needs are given a weighting marked “priority”, “severe”, “high”, “moderate”, “low” or “no needs”.

If you have at least one priority need, or severe needs in at least 2 areas, you can usually expect to be eligible for NHS continuing healthcare.

You may also be eligible if you have a severe need in one area plus a number of other needs, or a number of high or moderate needs, depending on their nature, intensity, complexity or unpredictability.

In all cases, the overall need, and interactions between needs, will be taken into account, together with evidence from risk assessments, in deciding whether NHS continuing healthcare should be provided.

The assessment should take into account your views and the views of any carers you have. You should be given a copy of the decision documents, along with clear reasons for the decision.

You can download a blank copy of the NHS continuing healthcare decision support tool.

Fast-track assessment for NHS continuing healthcare

If your health is deteriorating quickly and you’re nearing the end of your life, you should be considered for the NHS continuing healthcare fast-track pathway, so that an appropriate care and support package can be put in place as soon as possible – usually within 48 hours.

Care and support planning

If you’re eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, the next stage is to arrange a care and support package that meets your assessed needs.

Depending on your situation, different options could be suitable, including support in your own home and the option of a personal health budget.

Your CCG should work collaboratively with you and consider your views when agreeing your care and support package and the setting where it will be provided. However, they can also take other factors into account, such as the cost and value for money of different options.


If you’re eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, your needs and support package will normally be reviewed within 3 months and thereafter at least annually. This review will consider whether your existing care and support package meets your assessed needs. If your needs have changed, the review will also consider whether you’re still eligible for NHS continuing healthcare.

If the CCG decides you’re eligible, but takes longer than 28 days to decide this and the delay is unjustifiable, they should refund any care costs from the 29th day until the date of their decision.

 *Also non- means tested

*Funded by the NHS

*Can be used for homecare

*Must have an assessed health need

For more information on CHC Funding click here https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/social-care-and-support-guide/money-work-and-benefits/nhs-continuing-healthcare/

Staying at home with a live-in carer promotes wellbeing and social interaction with friends and family.


Pension Credit is an income-related benefit to give you some extra money in retirement. If you’re on a low income or struggling to make ends meet, claiming Pension Credit could help. It comes in two parts and you may be eligible for one or both parts.

Pension Credit comes in two parts:

Guarantee Credit tops up your weekly income to a guaranteed minimum level:

  • £167.25 if you’re single
  • or £255.25 if you’re a couple.

Savings Credit is extra money if you’ve got some savings or your income is higher than the basic State Pension. It’s only available to people who reached State Pension age before 6 April 2016. You could get up to:

  • £13.73 extra per week if you’re single
  • or £15.35 if you’re a couple.

How could Pension Credit help me?

If you’re eligible, Pension Credit will not only give you a bit of extra cash, it could also help you get other benefits too:

  1. It’s unlikely you’ll have to pay Council Tax (unless other people live with you).
  2. You’ll get free NHS dental treatment, and you can claim help towards the cost of glasses and travel to hospital.
  3. You’ll get a Cold Weather Payment of £25 when the temperature is 0°C or below for 7 days in a row.
  4. If you rent your home, you may get your rent paid in full by Housing Benefit.
  5. If you own your home, you may be eligible for help with mortgage interest, ground rent and service charges.
  6. If you’re a carer, you may get an extra amount known as Carer Premium, or Carer Addition if it’s paid with Pension Credit. This is worth up to £36.85 a week.

You have nothing to lose by applying, but potentially a lot to gain, and even if you’ve previously been turned down, it’s always worth making a new claim every year. Benefits rates change every year, as can your finances.

To maximise their benefit income, the vast majority invest it in their only home. Your home is exempt when calculating Pension Credit / Income Support etc. You could very well own a property outright valued at say £850,000, but you will still be entitled to full means tested benefits.

*Provides a guaranteed minimum level of income If it is below:

*£148.33 (single person) or £148.35 (Couple)

For more information on any of the above topics mentioned please do call us for a friendly and helpful chat.

We are proud of our client reviews…

“I have to say that I have been very satisfied with the service provided by Carers on Demand. The manager was very careful in looking to find the right respite carer for me and my partner. Clearly, they match the client with the carer, and it has worked, as we are very happy indeed with the carer they have provided. I also found Carers on demand efficient and prompt, which very much helps during what could be a stressful process.”

Ms G, East Sussex

“From the start when I met Emma the manager of Carers on Demand I knew we had found the care we had been looking for, for our parents. Emma was intuitive, she had a wealth of knowledge about the carers and caring and listened carefully to our specific needs. This was borne out when she told us that she knew the exact carer for our parents. Emma was absolutely right the carer was amazing. This has also been true of other care we have had to put in place, Emma handpicks the carers to suit your needs. Emma has responded to all our needs and this has been challenging from our side but she has responded with professionalism and support and always met our needs. I would highly recommend the service that is provided. Definitely 5 star service provided.”


Carers on Demand were so responsive to my husband’s needs, they listened to all of my instructions and listed every detail in the Needs Assessment. They were quick to introduce us to a lovely carer that can drive and I feel relieved that I no longer have to feel all the burden myself.

Mrs M – Surrey

We have been very happy with the carer put in place for both of my parents through Carers on Demand. The carers have been excellent and my parents are very happy with them. Emma, the manager, has been professional, responsive, and sensitive throughout our dealings with her and the team at the company have been efficient and organised. Highly recommended.

Ms H (Clients daughter) – Hertfordshire

Excellent company. Would highly recommend to anyone requiring live-in care services. Really caring and supportive. The carers and management are five star!

KM – Brighton

Excellent! Highly recommend to anyone looking for a well-trained, reliable live-in carer. The manager has great experience and knowledge in the field and is very helpful and well informed.

JK – Director, of leading care company in Brighton and Hove

Great company, organised and compassionate. Manager is kind and very supportive! Highly recommended!

DM – Client London.

We have been with Emma since 2017 and during that time we have been very well supported by Emma. She is very professional and knowledgeable and has ensured that the specific needs of our parents have been met. She is always available, and she responds to any issue with immediately which is greatly appreciated.
Thank you Emma.

Clients daughter, South London.
***** 5 stars given. Trustpilot review.

What can i say but carers on demand is one of the best companies I have worked for they are supportive of us as carers and deal with any issues I have promptly one of the things I like about them is that they offer such a good wage compared with all the other care companies which I think is very important they show they value us as carers because of the good wage they pay us … lovely company to work for ..

Rachel, Temp Live-in Carer, London.
***** 5 stars given. Trust pilot and google review

I have been working with Carers on Demand for a while now, and I am personally impressed with the high-quality training the company provides. As a carer, with an elderly mother myself, I am grateful for the empathic culture fostered in the firm and among it’s staff members. We are encouraged to treat all clients with care and empathy, as if they were family, meaning that we can go the extra mile to ensure clients are well looked after. Professional, efficient and trusted, our managers allow staff to grow and develop rewarding careers. I would highly recommend.

Mbula, Temp Live-in Carer, London.
***** 5 stars given. Trust pilot and google review

Excellent company very well run. Very good service from this company when I needed care. Staff were very kind and professional. Would highly recommend this company if you require care for your loved ones.

Susan, London.
***** 5 stars given. Trust pilot review

Carers on Demand have been fantastic! We have tried many agencies over the years and COD beats them hands down! The service is so professional, and they really understand what is required when matching the right carer with the client, they believe in continuity of carer. We are so happy with our long-term carer and she not only has experience in caring for people with dementia but really enjoys her job. I couldn’t recommend them more.

Ann, Clients daughter, East Sussex.
***** 5 stars given. Trust pilot and google review

“I have to say that I have been very satisfied with the service provided by Carers on demand. They were very careful in looking to find the right respite carer for me and my partner. Clearly, they match the client with the carer, and it has worked, as we are very happy indeed with the carer provided. I also found them efficient and prompt, which very much helps during what could be a stressful process.”

Prof G, East Sussex

“Carers on Demand offer an excellent service – having used various care companies over the past ten years, Carers on Demand lead the way with their attention to detail and caring ethos. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them.”

Mr D, London

An excellent service. I needed a carer for my husband while I went away, the manager carried out a comprehensive needs assessment beforehand so that the carer had all the information she needed to look after my husband. Maria the carer was very good, she did a great job and left the house really clean and tidy at the end of her stay. I have just booked in my second respite booking and I was offered the same carer again which was excellent news.

M. Davey (Clients wife) – Sussex

Really great service offered, professional manager and excellent quality of care staff. Would recommend.

Dani – Client – London

Carers on Demand have been brilliant, they offer support and advice anytime, and really go the extra mile for carers and client, the needs assessments are so detailed, I have everything written down to ensure my client has person-centred care. Great company to work with.

Ms B, Portsmouth, (Carer)

Carers on Demand offer great training, they are organised and efficient we are given has all the information we need. Emma is really, friendly. professional and supportive.

Miss T, London, (Carer)

Thank you for all your support!

Ms S, Brighton – (Carer)

Emma and her team are a real pleasure to work with.

Very professional and totally committed to all clients and staff.

Highly recommended!

Mr S. Care Agency Owner, London.

As an office employee I can confirm that at Carers on Demand we thoroughly vet our carers to ensure they are trained and hold certificates of proof, entitled to work in the UK, Police and reference checked, and are fully insured. All our carers attend a face to face interview. We have a proven track record of aligning the right carer to match a client’s needs and we pride ourselves on our transparency in all areas which awards us with the great reputation we have gained over the years.

Alex, Office employee, Brighton.
***** 5 stars given. Trust pilot and google review

Carers on Demand are a really great agency. My mother has never been happier being able to live at home and being supported to be as independent as she can be. The carer is lovely. Carers on Demand fully vet their carers and matched a carer to my mother perfectly. What could have been a very stressful time for us was made so straightforward and easy. Thank you, Carers, On Demand. I would recommend this company to anybody seeking Live-In care for their parents as an alternative to putting them in a home.

Sally Anne Mitchell, London.
***** 5 stars given. Trust pilot review

I needed a carer for my father who has dementia. They have been great. Very helpful and supportive! Would definitely recommend.

John, Clients son, London.
***** 5 stars given. Google review