Quality care since 1994

Providing live-in care for the elderly and disabled across the UK

Find an extra pair of hands to help at home with the ENA Care Group. We’ve been providing care across the UK since 1994, so whether you require domiciliary or complete live-in arrangements, we can find a carer to help you.

Live-in Care
Live-in Care
CQC inspected and rated good

You can count on us

We are one of a handful of companies to boast a team of qualified nurses managing our staff. We also offer a 24/7 on-call service for emergency carers too. So however simple or complex, or urgent, your care needs are – we can help. Our care team will work with you to create a personalised care plan to suit your in-home requirements.

For further information about our range of services, or to talk to us about costs, please do get in touch with our friendly team.

How can we help you today?

Dementia care

Multiple sclerosis care

End of life care

Spinal injury care

Parkinson's care

Stroke care

Cerebral palsy care

Complex care

Live-in care

As one of the first companies to provide live-in care throughout the UK, we have over 25 years experience in both training our carers and in providing a professional level of live-in care services. We cover it all, from employment matters – salaries, benefits and leave, for example – to providing a wide range of services including everything from complex nursing care, to mobility aids, and more.

Choice and independence

Domiciliary care

An excellent option for those continuing to live at home with a high level of independence. A domiciliary carer can help with many tasks, from light housework to doctor’s visits, to assisting you with taking medication. Anything that requires a little extra help while allowing you to live the life you choose.

Hourly care
Live-in Care
Live-in Care

Who we care for

ENA have over 25 years experience in working with people from a range of different backgrounds, with very different needs. We care for the elderly, all generations with disabilities, those diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and dementia, as well as those who have suffered a severe injury or are struggling with their mental health.

There are many reasons why a person might require a live-in or domiciliary carer and so, whatever your level of need, we’ll always help you to live the life you choose.

For younger clients living with a disability, it might mean providing a mobility aid to help you get around so you can begin to live independently. Getting in and out of bed and to university lectures, for example.

Or, for an older client with symptoms of dementia, it might mean a one-to-one carer who can help make sure you are taking their medication and keeping hydrated, while continuing to live in familiar surroundings. We are currently able to provide live-in care across the whole of England and Wales, and domiciliary care in Welwyn, Welwyn Garden City, St Albans, Hatfield, Harpenden and surrounding villages.

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European Nursing Agency Limited
16 August 2019
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21 May 2019
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Latest news

How our live-in carers can support your nutrition and hydration

How our live-in carers can support your nutrition and hydration

Eating, drinking and mealtimes, in general, should be a really positive part of everyone’s day, but for many people who need care and support the enjoyment can easily be lost if food preparation or consuming food or drinks is a struggle, or personal preferences aren’t...

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Making caring visible and valued for Carers Week 2021

Making caring visible and valued for Carers Week 2021

Living at home has always been the preferred option for most elderly and disabled people. Indeed, in relation to living with dementia we reported in our blog, ‘Why dementia care is so much better at home’ that, “85% of people would choose to live at home for as long...

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ENA supports Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day 2021

ENA supports Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day 2021

For last year’s Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day, we were particularly struck by the stories that were shared by people living with spinal cord injuries. From Peter to Josh, Naomi to Carol, every account published by the Spinal Injuries Association was deeply personal...

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