Forest Care, your complete Home Care Service

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One of the first Outstanding CQC Accredited care agencies in Hampshire and Dorset.  Forest Care was established in April 2000 – and now part of the Contemplation Group – offering a Home Care Service from our office based in New Milton. We recognise that we are caring for and supporting people who deserve understanding, compassion, patience, flexibility and individuality. This level of personalised care offers peace of mind for families and friends that the staff delivering the care always treat Clients with dignity and respect within their own home at all times.

Our Aims

We provide a personalised and needs-led service for individuals of all ages living in their own homes by helping people to think about what they want to do now and in the future.

We aim to enhance our Clients’ quality of life by promoting independence, preserving dignity and maintaining privacy.

Quality Assurance

The aim of Forest Care is to supply a service which is reliable, efficient and affordable to people currently in residential settings, special needs communities or utilising domiciliary care. Our quality assurance ensures all policies and procedures are regularly updated and that Clients, staff and relatives are consulted through meetings and questionnaires.

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Call Us on: 023 9223 3652

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Testimonials

  • Joanne and Simon - Forest Care

    "Dear Kevin and the staff, Thank you so much for all your help and advice over the years without this we would not of managed. Living a distance from Peggy was a huge worry but having you guys in place relieved that worry as we knew you had her best interests in hand and we knew we could call and speak to Kevin at any time and he would always be able to update us. It was Peggy’s wish to stay at home and with your help and constant support it was achieved. I couldn't recommend forest care high enough. Best wishes to you all Joanne and Simon."

    Live - In Care

  • Joy and Family- Forest Care

    "Dear Kevin Carolyn and all the team. Thank you for all your help, advice and assistance through all the recent years you have helped first with both my parents then when dad died attending to mum with her decreasing mental and physical health. You truly guided me through these difficult times with your kindness, outstanding care and experience. Many thanks Joy and all the family"

    Hourly / Visiting Care

  • Richard - Forest Care

    "Dear Kevin and all at Forest Care who looked after my dad for the past 18 months- Many Thanks! Dad looked forward to his food, his chats and the company you all offered; it was a real lifeline after mum’s death. With warm thanks and admiration to you all. Richard"

    Hourly / Visiting Care

  • Sue - Forest Care

    "I want to say a big “thank you “to you all for the support and care you gave to Mildred. I know it hasn’t been easy for you and there were quite a few ups and downs! However I cannot praise you enough for the attention to detail you gave her, and the help that she needed. Its not easy being so far away and wondering what’s going on, but I did feel that you would contact me, which you did occasionally, and me you if there were issues. It worked well and I felt very comfortable with it all. Last but not at all least I would like to say a big thank you to Mildred’s carer Jenny, she went beyond her duties as a carer we feel where Mildred was concerned and we are extremely grateful to her. Sue xx"

    Hourly / Visiting Care

  • Anonymous Family- Forest Care

    "Thank you so much for the constant care and companionship my mother received from your carer and the Forest Care team you all were truly amazing and dedicated to her needs. It was such peace of mind knowing that someone was with mum and knowing that there was a dedicated management team never far away to give help and support to both mum and the carer in times when it was needed. The carer ensured that at all times mums wishes and care needs were met and we know mum benefitted from having someone with her. Mum often mentioned how nice it was to sit in the garden and have a nice chat over afternoon tea with the carer. She loved her garden and cherished those moments. Having someone at the house tending to the domestic side of things along with mum’s personal care meant so much for us as a family as this gave us the opportunity to spend Quality time together when we visited."

    Live - In Care