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‘Live-in care offers dignity and peace of mind at a most vulnerable time.”


The award-winning company, based in Gloucestershire, provides 24-hour care for elderly and infirm people in their own homes. Managing Director Camilla Beloe founded Corinium Care in 1995 and has witnessed rapid growth ever since. The decision to expand into Devon came after she and her family moved to Dartmouth in 2012. “We’ve always had strong connections with the county so it’s like coming home,” she said. Being able to work in Devon as well as set up home in the county was a bonus. “An increasing number of our clients live in the West Country, so it makes sense to have a base here,” she added. Camilla believes passionately in the importance of live-in care as an option when advancing years and frailty make it difficult for people to continue living alone. “Being able to stay in one’s own home for as long as possible makes a huge difference to elderly people, especially if they are beginning to show signs of dementia. “Our clients want to spend their days in a place where they feel safe, surrounded by familiar things such as treasured photos, a favourite chair and a much-loved pet. “Their families don’t always live close by – it can be very


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worrying for everyone. “What live-in care offers is dignity and peace of mind at a most vulnerable time.” Corinium Care has 18 staff in Gloucestershire and more than 800 registered carers on its books, as well as recruitment offices in South Africa and Zimbabwe. It has clients all over the UK and primarily in the West Country. The company has twice been rated excellent by the Care Quality Commission. It has won a clutch of awards for its industry-leading training scheme for carers and its exceptional customer service. “We have made a concerted effort to push industry standards and are always seeking ways to improve by offering a first-class service, and excellent carers of talent and dedication, underpinned by exemplary training,” said Camilla.


“Our business is about vulnerable people. And our job is to give them dignity, whatever their age. We do that


ne of the leading live-in care agencies in the UK, Corinium Care, is expanding into Devon.


by making sure that compassion and the personal touch are at the heart of all we do,” she said.


She believes the live-in care industry Camilla Beloe


provides a vital service for families at a time when the UK’s growing elderly population is placing relentless pressure on the NHS and social services. “There is growing awareness that live-in care is an affordable option for elderly people who want to stay in their own home and maintain their independence,” said Camilla. Born in London of Norwegian parents, she


moved to the Cotswolds in 1993 and launched Corinium Care two years later. Her love of sailing brought her to Dartmouth on holiday, and it didn’t take long to get hooked on the south coast. “I can sail, walk the dogs, eat my bodyweight in seafood and it’s peaceful. We love it,” she said. www.coriniumcare.com 01453 839290


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The live-in care agency


that understands the importance of home


High-quality live-in care Placing your needs first Confidential service Compassionate carers Award-winning training


Putting the personal touch at the heart of all we do


www.coriniumcare.com 01453 839290


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