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Dedicated to making
a difference

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People,
our only business

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World class dementia
care in China

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Together, we can
turn lives around

The needs of the people we look after sit at the very heart of our practice.

Through accumulated knowledge and uniquely personalised approaches, we train and place care professionals to support children, young people, the elderly and other vulnerable groups by enhancing their lives through improved care and support. Since we began in 1998 we have worked hard to realise this passion to make a difference. This has led us to become the largest residential children services in Scotland and a leading independent provider of fostering in Scotland and Ireland, and a recognised home care and support service in England. More recently, we have begun delivering dementia therapies in Beijing, China, focusing on improving the quality of life of the dementia sufferer, and their families.

At Home
Fostering Ireland
China

DEDICATED TO DELIVERING MEANINGFUL OUTCOMES

Company Values

We are making a positive difference to people through
therapeutic interventions and we will continue to seek
out opportunities for doing so for the vulnerable society

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QUALITY INDIVIDUALISED CARE FROM PROFESSIONALS

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Blog

Care Visions and TLD/DWA sign MOU agreement

September 17th 2018 Dementia is quickly becoming one of the major health and social care issues of the 21st century ...
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Application Form

Please use the link below to download our online application form. Once completed, this can be emailed to Careers@carevisions.co.uk. For ...
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Residential Care - Westfield Farmhouse

A day in the life of a residential care home

One of the Care Visions residential care team shares what it is like to see young people grow and develop ...
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Trauma-informed schools

Hearing care-experienced ‘pupil voice’: A journey towards trauma-informed schools.

Creating nurturing educational environments by developing trauma-informed schools and hearing 'pupil voice'.   By: Elaine McIntosh A commitment to hearing ...
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