Connecting people to quality care

We Provide a range of charitable services to reduce social isolation and improve health and wellbeing across the Liverpool City Region.

Connecting people to quality care

We Provide a range of charitable services to reduce social isolation and improve health and wellbeing across the Liverpool City Region.

COVID 19 – Message from CEO

As an organisation we are dedicated to ensuring the safety of all of our service users and staff members.

The charity is following all government advice in regards to Coronavirus.

All of our home care services are continuing as usual and our counselling services are now being moved to a telephone service.

If you have any questions or concerns please give us a call on 0151 289 2761 or contact [email protected]

If you are a user of our services and need any further support whilst isolating please contact us and we will try our best to offer support to you and your family.

Adult Care Support

We provides short breaks for carers. Quite simply, we come into your home, step into your shoes and give you a break from the day-to-day stresses of caring.

End of Life Support

Our End of Life Support Service provides emotional, practical and psychological support to carers, family and friends and to those living with cancer and other life-limiting conditions in their own homes.

Personalised Care Support

We understand that every request for care support is different and that each request needs to be tailored to fully meet the individual and personal needs of the service user.
The Barbara Bettle Foundation

The Foundation has been set up to support members of the Knowsley community whom have been affected by Suicide and raise awareness of support services / community programmes for individuals whom maybe feeling suicidal. 

Suicide Awarensess Scheme
Suicide Awareness Scheme

This programme aims to build individual / organisational awareness of suicide and from completing specialist training in the ASIST programme will provide them with the skills to intervene with suicidal staffs / individuals etc.

My Life My Place Project

The aim of the My Life My Place project is to engage older people across Knowsley in heritage activities, to reduce social isolation and celebrate the fascinating stories residents have to share.

The John Paul Project

The John Paul Project is a charitable service which aims to improve the emotional wellbeing of veterans and their families across Merseyside through targeted psychological therapies and support programmes.

About us

Caring Connections is a registered charity who is dedicated to supporting vulnerable groups through the delivery of CQC registered home care and charitable community projects.

As a not for profit organisation we care about our community, putting people before profits and always aiming for the highest quality of service. As independent organisation we always fight to champion the needs of underrepresented groups and community, providing a voice and challenging the status quo to address inequality and the needs of deprived groups.

As an employer we care about our staff, always striving to provide the best employment conditions living to the ethos of ‘how can we expect people to care if we don’t care for them’.

Caring Connections Team
  • We are a registered charity delivering services to the local community since 1992.
  • We provide services to improve health and wellbeing and reduce social isolation.
  • We specialise in working in deprived areas with the most vulnerable isolated groups.
  • We deliver services across the whole of the Liverpool City Region including Knowsley, Sefton, Halton, Wirral and Liverpool.
  • We've provided care and support to thousands of local residents.
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In the past 3 years...

We've created

£6,893,387.00

in Social Value to the Liverpool City Region.

We've provided employment opportunities to over

158

local residents.

We've provided over

139,520

hours of personalised home care to vulnerable local residents.

Our counselling services have provided over

2800

sessions of fully funded sessions for vulnerable members of the local community.

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