Allied Healthcare is one of the UK’s largest care providers. Its dedicated carers, experienced clinical team and specialist staff enable it to provide high quality and personalised care to every individual. This includes the following: Home Care (help with cleaning and shopping, getting showered and dressed, preparing meals, managing medication and more, as well as providing a bit of respite to friends and family who provide care for their loved ones); Clinical Care (anyone with any complex needs receiving care in their own home); End of Life Care (clinically trained care workers keeping people with long term or terminal illness feeling comfortable in their own home by alleviating the symptoms, pain and stress); Reablement (specially trained care workers helping people who have been in hospital or are recovering from an operation or illness, by working with them at home, helping them to regain the confidence and ability to do things themselves. This can also benefit people with dementia or physical difficulties); Learning Disabilities (caring for and supporting people of all ages who have learning disabilities and associated needs. This could include communication difficulties, autism, epilepsy and physical disabilities. Their person-centred approach helps develop independence and allows everyone to reach their potential); and Children & Family Services (specialist childcare support workers provideing services to children, young people and their families. Helping with a wide range of needs including autistic spectrum disorders, complex health issues, physical disabilities, profound multiple disabilities, severe learning disabilities and challenging behaviours).