Glasgow In-Home Care For Seniors

Welcome to Bright Care Glasgow. We provide relationship-focused care for seniors in the peaceful comfort of their own homes.

Here are some key things we’d love you to know about our care provision:

Successful Care Arrangements. We always take the time to lay the correct foundations needed for care arrangements to be successful the first time, every time.
Lean On Our Expertise. Our care is consistently graded at the highest levels by the care regulators, so you can rest assured that your family will be well looked after by our team.
Local Teams For Local Families. Our local team works alongside your family to ensure that your loved ones receive uncompromisingly reliable, stable and purposeful care.

You can contact us or pop into our office any time, the kettle is always on for you.

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Areas We Serve In Glasgow

Our Glasgow office covers a huge area and operates not only in central Glasgow, but also in all of its surrounding districts. If you’d like to find out whether we cover your area, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with our team.

Hours of Operation

Our office is open Monday to Friday from 9am-5pm. Out with these times we have a reduced staff team working from home, but who are available to you on the same contact number. This means there’s always someone available to speak to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our Home Care Services In Glasgow

Visiting Care

Visiting care during the day is perfect for those who just need that extra little bit of support to live at home. Our visits are for two hours or more at a time, and for fourteen hours or more per week. We find that this allows long-lasting and meaningful relationships to form. This care can happen between 7am and 10pm, seven days a week.

Live-In Care

This is when one of our carers lives in the house with your loved one full-time. They are on-hand to assist with all activities of daily living during both the day and overnight. When the support required reaches a certain level, it may make both financial and practical sense to look into live-in care, especially as an alternative to a care home.

Overnight Care

This is the reassuring presence of one of our carers throughout the night. Our overnight care runs from 10pm to 7am.

Call Out & Emergency Service

An assurance that we are always available is one reason why our clients and their families feel confident and comfortable working alongside us. For our clients, we have team members available 24 hours a day via our dedicated call-out phone number.

Welcome Home Service

It’s important to have a warm welcoming home to return to after a hospital stay. For clients returning from a stay in hospital, we ensure all of the important jobs are taken care of: from a lift home, to unpacking bags, taking care of laundry, light housekeeping, shopping and meal preparation.

Additional Care

If you’re a family member or a carer and for some reason your loved one requires more care during a particular time (for example, you’re a part-time carer or you’re going on holiday), we are always right there for you and can step up whenever you need us for as long as required.

What Our Clients Say

Home Care With Dementia

My wife has been receiving dementia care from Bright Care for two years, progressing to live-in care for the past six months. At all times her carers have been extremely concerned that she had the highest quality of life possible, sourcing activities in which she could take part, accompanying her to Ballet and Opera programmes, at all times patient,understanding, going not only the extra mile, but many more. We, as a family, could not without their excellent care have kept her at home in familiar surroundings, for which we are immensely grateful. Many many thanks Bright Care.

Above And Beyond

I engaged Bright Care just before the Coronavirus restrictions started to provide additional support to my mother. I have been very impressed with both the management’s approach and that of individual carers. Their anticipation of issues, responsiveness and genuine care has been much appreciated during difficult times. Thank you.

What Makes Us Unique

We find joy in alleviating the stress and frustrations associated with sourcing quality care provision for family members, and empowering elderly people – who just need supporting – to live at home.

We are for self-funding families.

By strategically choosing not to engage with council services, it means we can offer a fully bespoke and premium service.

We provide a fully-managed service.

This means we take the stress out of managing care provision yourself, so you can spend more quality time as a family.

We are regulated.

This means we are regularly reviewed by the Care Inspectorate, the single regulatory body for social care services set up by the Scottish Government.

We go the whole way.

We don’t believe in remaining at home ‘for as long as possible’. Instead, with the right foundations and resources, we believe it possible for elderly people to live out their days with dignity and grace in the comfort of their own homes.

We focus on relationships.

With visits from two hours or more, we place huge importance on building quality and meaningful relationships. We know that having a consistent face is imperative to providing premium care.

We excel at supporting seniors.

By only focusing on the over 65s, we have become experts in senior care.

Meet The Office Team

This highly motivated team are all dedicated individuals, with not just a passion for caring for older people, but a desire to deliver high-quality customer service.  They are joined by a wider care team of around 50 Bright Carers who are all highly-valued members of our family.

Keira Scambler

Registered Branch Manager

Keira has been working in the care sector for over 15 years and has been living and breathing the Bright Care way since she joined the family in Glasgow in 2016, first as Bright Carer, and then as Care Manger. She's now taken the helm of the team as their new Registered Branch Manager, and she is eager to grow within this position. She lives in Clydebank with her two sons, and enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends.

Tel: 0141 249 0650

Natalie Collins

Care Manager

Natalie joined Bright Care in January 2016 as Care Manager. She previously worked as a team leader for a specialised dementia unit. Natalie is a proud mum to her young daughter Olivia. She enjoys family time, groups with her daughter, socialising with friends and travelling.

Tel: 0141 249 0650

Anne Douglas

Care Manager

Anne joined the team in April 2019. After being a finance Co-Ordinator for BBC Scotland and an Admin/Office Manager at St. Enoch Shopping Centre Management, she decided to change direction and to join the care sector 13 years ago. She also graduated in Social Science in 2016, specialising in Psychology, and obtained a Masters degree in Global Social Work and Social Policy in 2018. She is a great addition to the team.

Tel: 0141 249 0650