Domiciliary Care

Sit in Care Service (day/night)

Sometimes people may choose to stay at home even when they need care on a 24hr basis. They are often cared for by a family member, a live-in carer or a friend. Our care workers can provide support to give informal carers such as these a respite break by providing blocks of sit-in care hours during the day or at night.


Our Care workers can accompany you on holiday and we can advise on where to find the best facilities. They can accompany you on days out so that you can make the most of your holiday. Carers can also accompany you to appointments such as doctors, hospitals, dentist, e.t.c. We can arrange for a carer to visit simply to offer social/emotional support. We can arrange for carers to "pop in" on you just to make sure everything is ok once or twice a week if you wish.

How do I find out more?

To arrange for care visits for yourself or a family member just contact our Care Manager, Heather Tarney by phone: 01768 865594 or you can email at:

Eden Independent Living

Supporting independent life at home

Our range of support services give you help and to continue enjoying your independent life in Eden.

Eden Country Care Praised by Watchdog

Eden Country Care praised by CQC

Eden Country Care received an excellent report from the governments health watchdog - the Care Quality Commission after CQC inspectors visited their company last week.  Having talked with clients, carers, family members, staff and even commissioners of the service Eden Country Care passed all the CQC checks with flying colours, and this on top of a huge surge in growth over the last eighteen months. 

"We have all worked hard to achieve an incredible 80% growth" explained our Care Manager, Heather, our coverage has grown significantly to encompass an area including Alston in the East across to Keswick in the west, and from Carlisle in the north down to Tebay in the south plus everything in between"

Training is key to delivering good home care services, staff must know how to take into account people's individual choices and preferences and enable them to feel respected and well cared for in the comfort of their own home.  Carers need to demonstrate great skill, kindness and patience towards people who have increasingly complex health and social care needs.