An award winning, local family-run care provider in Romford and Frinton-on-Sea and surrounding areas.
We have more than 40 years of experience in care, and will always go the extra mile to treat you or your loved one like part of the family.
We believe care should be discreet, respectful and flexible, which is why our services are completely tailored around each individual.
We provide domiciliary care in Romford and Frinton-on-Sea and the surrounding areas, delivering everything you’d expect from traditional home care and more. We’re specially trained to care for people with dementia and complex needs, we can also offer support with reablement and can provide palliative and end-of-life care.
Our team of friendly, experienced support worker help people to live safely and independently in their own homes for as long as possible
What we do
If you or your loved one need a second pair of hands to help around the house, then get in touch. Our support workers will cook, clean, help with washing, dressing, continence care and will make sure appointments are attended and medication is taken on time.
Think of us as part of the family. We understand the value of staying connected and can pop in for a chat, share a hobby, come with you or your loved ones on trips or holidays or keep an eye on someone you care about when you can’t be there in person.
We support people with complex care needs, long-term illness or disability. We understand that no two people are the same, and our flexible team can tailor care to look after people with a variety of conditions.
Recovering from an accident or surgery involves a whole team of care professionals. We can work with you to coordinate care with other practitioners to help with health and fitness goals and regain as much independence as possible.
Caring for someone is a big responsibility and is sometimes a full-time job. We understand that continuity of care is important, so we provide flexible respite care, and work closely with our care home, Rowallan House, if short-term or long-term residential care is required.
“All 4 U Care have been a fantastic choice for us. Mum became bedbound and I couldn’t care for her alone anymore. I really appreciate all you have done, you are a great team. So friendly and professional. Thank you.”
MF - Daughter of Client
“My mother had a severe stroke several years ago leaving her bed-bound. This is the 4th care company we have used and they far outshine the others. Their kindness and dedication go beyond anything we expected and they show such expertise and knowledge.”
“All 4 U care has been nothing but brilliant for my dad. They thoroughly support my mum in looking after my disabled father who has dementia. They are always on time, reliable and they always try to help.”
SW - Son of Client
We never use agency staff, and we make sure our care team have plenty of time for each visit. As a result, we have a very low staff turnover, and so can provide better continuity of care.
Like one of the family
Caring is what we do. Our founders come from a family with 40 years of experience in the care sector, and that means we don’t compromise on quality. Our staff are local residents who are carefully chosen for their personality, dedication and skill.
How do we make sure that our care services are good enough? We use a simple test, we ask the question:
“Is this level of care good enough for my own family?” At All 4 U Care, the only acceptable answer is ‘yes’.
Here for you when you need it
Choosing a care provider can feel overwhelming. Everyone wants the best for their loved one, and sometimes that means knowing when it’s time to bring in some additional support.
Don’t know where to start?
We can guide you through the process, help you understand your options, discuss requirements, funding, and explain all of the steps involved.
Feeling conflicted about asking for help?
You don’t have to. Asking for help doesn’t mean you’ve failed or that you have to compromise on independence. Let us share the care, we can provide flexible and personalised support.
Many people feel uncomfortable taking care of their loved one’s personal and intimate physical needs, or worry about taking away their dignity.