Comprehensive care for the elderly and the physically or mentally challenged for all ages.


Head Office

East London Office

Bexley Office

Brent Office

Our Services

Our Partners

Our success is based on effective partnership working with London's borough councils and compliance with Care Quality Commission (CQC) standards


Unique Personnel’s wide range of care-related services incorporate:

Domiciliary Home Care

Our domiciliary support team provides a range of care and support packages 

Our domiciliary support services include:

Providing Support around the Home

Dusting and vacuuming; cleaning bathrooms and kitchens, changing bed linen and towels, laundry and ironing, shopping for weekly groceries, help with meal preparation and hospitality support, and assistance managing bill payments

Personal Care

Dressing and undressing, washing and bathing, shaving, assistance with hair and makeup, nail care, continence care and support with prescribed medication


Conversation, encouraging contact with family and friends, help with reading and keeping  up correspondence, accompanying on holidays, day trips or short breaks.


Reablement is provided to people who have just been discharged from hospital or are otherwise entering the care system following a crisis. Reablement includes escorting home from hospital, preparation of the home environment, and rehabilitation support such as providing personal care, help with daily living activities and other practical tasks.  Provision usually for up to six weeks to encourage service users to develop the confidence and skills to carry out these activities themselves and continue to live at home.

Administrative Support / Personal Assistance

Assistance with writing letters, completing forms, and liaising with specialist support organisations and doctors.

Leading Fulfilling Lives

Encouraging and supporting hobbies and interests at home or in the local community, encouraging exercise such as walking or a dance class, arranging and escorting people on social occasions or prayer meetings, escorting people on visits to special places and local attractions, escorting to day centres or other community day activities, escorting people on doctors’ appointments, and keeping and managing a diary.

Respite Care for Families  

Respite Care provides short-term, temporary relief to those who are caring for family members who might otherwise require permanent placement in a facility outside the home. Even though many families take great joy in providing care to their loved ones so that they can remain at home, the physical, emotional and financial consequences for the family care giver can be overwhelming without some support, such as respite. Our respite programmes provide planned short-term and time-limited breaks for families and other unpaid care givers of children with a developmental delay and adults with an intellectual disability. Respite programmes support and maintain the primary care giving relationship, and provide a positive experience for the person receiving care.

Residential Home / Nursing Home Care

Our services to residential care homes and nursing care homes include provision to older people, children and their families, people with sensory loss including dual sensory impairment, people with mental health problems, and people with physical disabilities, dementia or terminal illness. Our staff provide personal care such as help with washing, dressing and assistance with prompting and administering medication.

Dementia Care

Our Dementia Care aims to positively enrich and enhance customers’ lives through a combination of personal and practical support.  We place emphasis on the value of individual lives regardless of age or cognitive ability, recognising the uniqueness or each person’s wants, needs and personal circumstances. Our staff  aim to understand the world from the perspective of the service user and provide professional support to address psychological needs.

Supervised Contact

We work with the local authorities and private clients to ensure that demands for Supervised Contacts are met, determining the suitability of parents to have custody of their children. The service provided is of benefit to all involved, including parents, social workers, children, foster parents, siblings and solicitors. We provide appropriately trained and qualified independent workers to supervise the contact sessions, and then prepare comprehensive reports for the social worker about the contact sessions. By providing a service that is flexible and accessible to all, we  can help to ensure that those who are able to have supervised access to their children can, and at the same time ensure that the vulnerable children are protected throughout their visits.  We also monitor family break ups, and our trained and experienced employees give professional opinions based upon their knowledge of the relationships.