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What we do

Bon Accord Care work together with service users, partners and employees, we support our communities and create meaningful relationships with those around us to deliver a range of services that are aimed at prevention, maximising independence and enhancing wellbeing.

Our focus from the outset is to get to know individual preferences, wants, history and lifestyle to ensure that each person receives a service that is unique to them.

Our range of services cover: care at home, housing support, residential care homes, rehabilitation, re-enablement, occupational therapy, SVQs through Learning and Development, community equipment, telecare, day care, respite and community meals.

View our Enablement Brochure

View our Responder Brochure

View our Telecare Equipment Brochure

View our Housing Support Services Brochure

View our latest Care Inspectorate Reports

View our Complaints, Compliments and Comments Brochure

 



  • Services include care at home, housing support, community meals and telecare to help maintain independent living and increase confidence inside or outside your own home.

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  • A range of services in residential, very sheltered, day care, short stay capacity and rehabilitation.

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  • Hillylands Independent Living Centre is a resource for people of all ages who experience difficulty with everyday activities to provide guidance, support and impartial advice.

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  • Our Occupational Therapy services are embedded within GP practices across the city to provide links and access for service users and other professionals, in north, central, west and south localities.

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  • Our experienced and expert team have a unique understanding of the health and social care sector to provide quality training that is timely, value for money, easily accessible and meets a range of different learning styles to ensure a skilled workforce, aligned to your business requirements.

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“It has made a huge difference to my life having the carers visit me at home, I really look forward to them coming in. I have a good relationship with them and feel I can talk to them about anything. They encouraged me to join the local “Young at Heart” group to get me out of the house. Without visits from my carers I would have slipped back to my old ways. It’s better than any medicine, they have helped me to take much better care of myself and my home.”
Service User - Aberdeen
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