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Care Micro-Enterprises: Consistency and reliability of care are important when you are organising care for yourself or others you support. Independent, local care providers can offer exactly this and may have the flexibility to meet specific needs.

What is a Care Micro-Enterprise (CME)?

As part of their Care Together workstream, Help at Home: Care Micro-Enterprises is a Cambridgeshire County Council scheme helping local care providers to set up their own enterprises, offering a variety of services. Within their own communities, they provide a range of care and support for older and disabled people who want to live independently at home.  This offers continuity of provider, more flexibility and less travel time. Find trusted care micro-enterprises that feature on Cambridgeshire County Council’s directory.

Please contact the care providers directly on the details below to discuss your care requirements:

Contact: Inga Šimkevičienė
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 07455179923
Area: Fenland, Yaxley and surrounding villages

Inga is a sole trader offering holistic homecare and support for all adults, services include: Dementia care and respite, learning and disability care, sit in service, personal care, moving and handling, medication, administration support, petcare, travel assistance, prescription pick up, companionship and socialisation, holistic home care. Inga prides herself on her reliability and stamina in delivering adaptable, compassionate and professional support to all her clients.

D and M Services
Contact: Margaret Baxter, 21 Bramley Road, Wisbech, PE133PA
Email:  [email protected] 
Phone: 07799 821035 and 07747 581065
Area: Across the Fenland District

A sole trader offering holistic homecare support: Gardening, cleaning, holistic homecare, travel assistance, prescription pick up, companionship

Fenland Community Angels
Contact: Kim Knowles
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 07784 325090
Website: Fenland Community Angels website
Area: Fenland and Ramsey

A sole trader offering help with: Befriending service, mental health wellbeing chats, filling in forms online, support with letters and making calls if needed, companionship/socialisation, pet care, support to attend appointments, travel assistance, prescription collection/light shopping, light gardening/homecare

Ndima Healthcare Ltd
Contact: Beatrice and Chido Tanyanyiwa
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Phone: 07737 553 87901733 857 571
Website: www.ndimahealthcare.co.uk
Area: Peterborough, Fenland, Chatteris, March, Yaxley and Whittlesey

A small CQC registered micro provider offering holistic homecare including: Dementia care, respite, personal care, moving and handling, medication, housekeeping, petcare, travel assistance, prescription pick up, companionship and socialisation. Also, end of life services including personal care and wraparound support.

As a family run enterprise, Mdima Healthcare are particularly interested in the importance of family bonds and have a warm, understanding approach to slotting their services in to existing care provisions. Their small dedicated team have a range of experience in the care sector and Ndima Healthcare are keen to offer varied and flexible support that really considers the unique needs of each individual .

Sara’s home support service
Contact: Sara Matthews
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 07790 789051
Area: Chatteris, Doddington, Wimblington, March, Benwick

A sole trader with over 20 years’ experience offering holistic homecare support including: Disability care, dementia care, cleaning, administration support, petcare, travel assistance, prescription pick up, companionship and socialisation.

Sara has also worked as an Age UK warden for the last 12 years and is passionate about supporting people to stay happy,  healthy and living fulfilled lives in their own homes.

All services have a cost associated with them, depending on your needs. Please contact providers directly for more information.
You may pay for all of your own care and support, or receive some support from the local authority, dependent upon your eligibility.

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Available across Fenland








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