Springfield Healthcare (Newcastle)

Springfield Healthcare supports people with home care and independent living. They support adults over 65 years and children from 0 to 18 years with:

  • mental health needs
  • eating disorders
  • physical disabilities
  • substance misuse
  • dementia
  • learning disabilities and autism

They can help you to:

  • get up, washed, showered or bathed (including breakfast)
  • get ready for bed and ensuring your property is left safe and secure
  • overnight sleep in or waking support
  • support with laundry, ironing or to just keep your home clean and tidy
  • meal preparation with you or for you
  • shopping, such as, helping you to make a list and going to the shops for you
  • support with social activities, such as going out for a walk, attending appointments, visiting family and friends or attending a day centre

They also offer more tailored support for children 0 to 25 years and adults from 25 years +

They are registered with the CQC and inspected for their personal care service. You can read the full CQC report and rating below

Springfield Healthcare are commissioned by Newcastle City Council