Office 3, Rainbow Business Centre. 10 Lumina way, Lumina Park, Enfield, EN1 1FS. Company number 11597871

Tel: 0208 950 8669

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What we cover

Regardless of the level of need required, the Hoboth team will work with you to design a service package that will help you or your loved one to live life at home, to the full.  



We support people with learning disabilities including autistic spectrum conditions and mental health needs. We work in partnership with each client's care team to make a positive and real difference to the lives of people we support. We focus on each person’s abilities and support them to reach their goals.




The term mental health needs cover's a wide range of needs and difficulties which can affect a person's ability to function day-to-day, for a short period of time or throughout their lives. Mental health includes: anxiety-related, depressive, schizophrenic and personality disorders. Anyone diagnosed with mental health needs may require more specialist support.

At Hoboth Healthcare, we recruit and train staff to have the right skills and any additional training required is sourced. Consistency and reliability is essential to people we support, therefore, we ensure we work in partnership with the other professional team involved in their care, to get the support right for the individual.

Our role is to ensure we support the person to have the best quality of life, re-build their confidence and skills, lower their anxieties and enable them to manage their mental health needs.




Palliative care is specialized medical care for people living with serious illnesses. This type of care is focused on relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness. The goal is to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family. We work alongside other palliative care teams and hospices who are involved in the client end of life care to ensure dignity compassion and respect for the service user. 


We provide support from 1 hour to 24 hours to service users as we work in partnership with the community palliative care team. 




Personal Care includes: assistance with dressing, feeding, washing, and toileting, as well as advice, encouragement and emotional and psychological support.



Personal care also covers the occupation of attending to the physical needs of people who are disabled or otherwise unable to take care of themselves, including tasks such as bathing, management of bodily functions, and cooking.




Medicines support is any support that enables a person to manage their medicines.

We provide medication support by enabling a person to manage their medicine, administering of medicine by our fully trained care worker and we support the collection of prescription from GP or pharmacy.




We understand the challenges that families face following a diagnosis. We also recognize that with professional support and the right care you can remain fully supported in your own home, therefore, we provide companionship to both children and adults in their home from 1 hour to 24 hours.





Hoboth care services provides our clients with the reassurance of 24 hours support in the comfort of their own home, having realised that some older persons or older people prefer to be looked after in the comfort of their home rather than in a residential setting.


We ensure that all our live-in carers are suitably trained, skilled and have experience.  Our live-in care is tailored according to our client needs which promotes independence and control. 


Our live-in care services include;

  •  Short term for a few days. 

  • Long term; alternative to residential care 

  • Respite ( break for a family carer)

  • Companionship and socialising

  • Preparing meals and support with eating 

  • Personal care and assistance with bathing and dressing 

  • Laundry shopping 





At Hoboth Healthcare we understand that care is not only needed during the day. Therefore, our comprehensive range of services include; overnight care at home.  Our care worker will stay in the house through the night to provide assistance and support as required.



The benefits of having an overnight care service in place include peace of mind and reassurance that your loved one will be cared for whatever happens through the night. 


Our care during night is delivered as two options, either a sleepover service or a waking night service.

Benefit of having a night carer include:

  • A reassuring presence throughout the night.

  • Someone around to assist in the morning with a nice breakfast.

  • Retain independence and dignity that may not be achieved when staying in a care home.

  • Knowing that someone  is there at night, when your loved one feels most vulnerable.

  • Support with toilet breaks, mobilising to the bathroom or assistance with medication.




This service is available for clients returning from the hospital to their home; we can provide a care support worker to meet you at the hospital and arrange suitable transport to bring you home. We can liaise with hospital discharge teams to ensure that any required equipment has been installed in your home.


We work closely with you following your hospital discharge to ensure our staff are able to provide care based on the hospital teams recommendation. Our staff will be trained to accommodate any special requirements that you may have. Our service can commence within 48 hours of you getting in touch with us. 





Our staff are trained and experienced in working with people with autism and provide the dedicated and committed support that clients needs, to help them gain experiences, develop skills to understand and interact more and to make them feel safe and secure.