Experts In Elderly Home Care & Companionship

At Bright Care, we know that getting care in place and understanding your options can sometimes be difficult, not to mention because elderly in-home care has a host of different names: domiciliary care, care at home, home care, companion care or home help.

In essence however, it’s the provision of care and support for elderly loved ones living, otherwise independently, within their own homes. Through a pattern of daily, weekly or live-in care, elderly in-home care is a satisfying and rewarding alternative to residential care. 

We want to make this process as simple as possible.

Why Care At Home

  • Stay in the home you love
  • Enjoy one-to-one care on your terms
  • Full carer matching
  • Continue to maintain your social connections
  • Maintain control and independence

Specialists in privately delivered home care


During the day, hourly care at home is perfect as a premium alternative to the limitations of statutory care which is becoming increasingly insufficient. Private care provides people with choice and control over the care that they receive. We lead the field in providing high-quality care exclusively for self-funding clients in Scotland and England. Hourly care is a starting point, but as needs change we can develop and evolve your care package with you right up to live-in care (24-hour care).

We truly understand the importance of solid foundations when creating care packages.

Every day we’re privileged to witness the benefits for families when high-quality and consistent carers come on board.


Tim Cocking

Founder and Managing Director


As a family-run business, we know that the needs of our elderly clients go beyond routine practical tasks. That’s why you will always hear us talk about care and companionship. Our carers are there for both the practical support, as well as emotional support.

Ensuring our visits last 2 hours, and for a minimum of 10 hours a week, means that our carers build truly meaningful and trusted relationships with their clients.


We know that a friendly and familiar face is essential with care. That’s why it’s important to us that you know and like the person who looks after you; after all that’s how we build lasting relationships. We can’t stress highly enough the benefits that consistent and robust care arrangements bring to the whole family.  

A care package must be built with solid foundations for it to be successful longer term, so we always provide introductions between our carers and yourself.  Asking for your feedback and making any changes if required before a package of care starts is essential.


We are registered with the Care Inspectorate in Scotland and the Care Quality Commission in England, who regulate and inspect care services for quality. Each of our branches receives an annual visit from them. We constantly mantain outstanding results in all areas.

We also regularly audit and inspect our own services through our in-house peer-to-peer audit program run by our managers.

High quality in-home care allows our clients to retain a level of independence and dignity that can’t be matched when staying in a care home.


Val Brown

Registered Branch Manager, Edinburgh

Bright Carer and her client playing piano together

A realistic alternative to residential care

In-home care allows elderly loved ones to retain a level of independence, choice, and control that would not be possible in a care home. The emotional distress associated with selling the family home in order to move into residential care can be painful for everyone involved. For many, their own home is going to be a better environment for care. It means continuing to live in a familiar place, often the family home of 50 years or more, and with family, friends and other social connections intact.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Friendly companionship and genuine social support.
  • Help with daily personal care activities that you cannot complete safely without assistance, e.g. getting dressed, washing, going to the toilet.
  • Help with housework, preparation of meals and shopping.
  • Support with the administration of medications.
  • Company and assistance in running errands and appointments.
  • Assistance with reading and handling household administrative tasks.

It’s straightforward to get started


  • Call us for an initial friendly chat today
  • Feel free to read our setup guide
  • We will arrange a home visit to meet you this week or next
  • Now we can start putting together your ideal care arrangements with an agreed start date, usually around 3-4 weeks.
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Bright Care have now helped me with two of my older relatives. Both had very different and complex needs. The two different members of staff who we have experienced have been positive, caring and provided excellent service. I can't rate them highly enough and would have no hesitation recommending this company.

Anne StocksGlasgow

I would recommend Margaret or Ranjit to anyone. Anything I ask of Margaret she does it – even my gardening, and that's when she finishes inside the house first. I compliment Bight Care in their choice of carers. Bright Carers are indeed friendly and trustworthy. They are a gift from God.

Eve CrawfordEdinburgh

Having been with Bright Care for over two years, it is my privilege to recommend them. The professionalism of their staff is first class. I have all my needs met by the competence and flexibility of my Bright Carers.

Jack GrahamLondon

Bright Cares have been really excellent, explaining requirements we were unaware of, steering us expertly and helpfully, and offering to undertake extra tasks when we were pressed for time. We could scarcely have asked for a better service in any way.

Kate JacksonStirling
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