Posted 5th April 2018
Respectful Care, a leading homecare provider in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire is holding an open day as it bids to recruit up to 50 new support and care workers for the Mansfield and Ashfield areas.
The event takes place between 10am and 3pm on Thursday 19th April at the Mansfield Woodhouse Resource Centre on Park Road, Mansfield Woodhouse, next door to Respectful Care’s main offices.
Posted 9th November 2017
Outstanding - that's the rating that was given to the Caring aspect of the service delivered by Respectful Care’s Nottingham North branch following its Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection.
Respectful Care, which provides domiciliary care to support people in their own homes, has five branches, including the Nottingham North office in Arnold.
Posted 15th September 2017
The co-founder of a Mansfield Woodhouse-based homecare provider is set to join other CEOs in a sleepout to raise funds for charities that work with homeless people.
Scott Marsh, CEO and co-founder of Respectful Care, will be joining a number of other CEOs and sleeping rough for a night at the ground of Notts County Football Club on Thursday October 5.
Posted 11th August 2017
Martin Sieder, Managing Director of the homecare provider says his organisation will take care in the Rotherham area to a new level.
Martin has opened the Rotherham branch of Respectful Care, and is based at Bradmarsh Business Centre, in Bow Bridge Close.
Posted 30th May 2017
Up to 50 new jobs could be created by the launch of a home care and support provider in Chesterfield.
Respectful Care, Chesterfield, which has offices at Unit 2, Old Brickworks Lane, has been set up to raise the standards of care and improve the working conditions for care professionals in the area.
Posted 27th January 2017
Respectful Care, the Mansfield-based home care provider, is committed to continually improving the quality of its services across Nottinghamshire - and that’s a promise.
The company, now with offices also in West Bridgford and Arnold, has signed up to the Social Care Commitment, which is the adult social care sector's promise to provide people who need care and support with high quality services.
Posted 9th September 2016
Two sisters whose knowledge and experience covers nursing and high-level retail management have launched the next phase in the expansion of home care and support provider Respectful Care.
Sisters Emma Peach and Sarah Pitchford have teamed up to manage the Nottingham South branch of Respectful Care, and have opened an office on Exchange Road, West Bridgford.
Posted 26th July 2016
A company that was set up with the aim of raising the standards of care across Nottinghamshire has received its first ever official ratings report.
Respectful Care, based in Mansfield Woodhouse, is a homecare provider, offering support and care services to people in their own houses, and it currently supports more than 100 clients.
The company was registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care in England, in 2013.
Posted 17th March 2016
This week (14-18 March) marked National Apprenticeship Week - an annual campaign designed to celebrate apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy.
Mark Docherty (pictured right), co-chief executive of Respectful Care, insists the training equips staff with the practical experience and qualifications to deliver the best possible service to clients.
Posted 18th December 2015
Respectful Care has delivered some seasonal cheer to clients, their families and staff.
The company marked its second anniversary by staging a Christmas carol concert at St Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church, Mansfield, attended by more than 100 guests.
The event, on Wednesday 9 December, featured a festive performance by St Peter’s CoE Primary School’s award-winning choir, along with soloists and readings by pupils.
Posted 5th October 2015
Respectful Care has celebrated two years in business by embarking on further growth and expansion.
The domiciliary care provider, based at Park Road Business Place, has opened a new branch in Nottingham – little more than two years since starting life in its co-founder’s dining room.
Posted 23rd April 2015
We are delighted to announce that we have joined forces with West Nottinghamshire College in a bid to drive-up standards throughout the care industry.
We have formed a training partnership with the college that will see all of our Support and Care Workers undertake an apprenticeship to ensure they are trained to offer the best possible service.
Posted 11th December 2014
We celebrated our first year anniversary this month by inviting all of our clients, staff and community partners to a special musical concert which featured music by St Peter's Primary Schools award-winning choir at St Peters Church in Mansfield.
It boasted a medley of carols, songs and poems by musical professionals. Managing director Scott Marsh said "Our 1st year anniversary is a testament to our staff and how hard they've worked over the past 12 months".
Posted 14th August 2014
Local law firm Fidler & Pepper has announced it has teamed up with personalised Mansfield homecare services provider Respectful Care.
The move sees the firm, with offices in Mansfield and Ashfield, helping with fund-raising activities, joint marketing initiatives, and being on a legal panel that is able to provide a range of services to Respectful Care’s Clients.
Posted 16th April 2014
Executive Mayor Tony Egginton recently came to our office and very kindly featured us in his column in the Chad newspaper.
He wrote "I was privileged last week to meet Scott Marsh and his team at Respectful Care who operate their business out of Park Road Business Place in Mansfield Woodhouse".
Posted 10th April 2014
Respectful Care recently relocated to one of the office units at the Park Road Business Place in Mansfield Woodhouse but later expanded and relocated to the workshop space downstairs, which has been modified for office use.
Respectful Care started up last year and offers personal care and support to vulnerable and elderly residents in Mansfield District. The management team has 40 years of experience in the care industry and has 24 experienced members of staff.