Our Vision

A world where older people and people with disability are valued members of their local community enjoying an excellent quality of life from the comfort of their own home.

“The life journey of your loved one is at the heart of everything we do. Take the first step along the path with us by arranging a meeting at your home. We’ll answer all your questions and work out which pathway is best for you..”

Our Purpose

We are a local service that supports older people and people with disability to enjoy an excellent quality of life from the comfort of their own home

Our North Star is to deliver services to 10,000 people by 31 December 2030

Our How We Work Together Principles

One of our greatest assests is our staff, and Living Made Easy’s How We Work Together Principles is what sets us apart from other service providers. They underpin the unique culture we enjoy today and into the future. These behaviours enable us to work together effectively to provide great outcomes for the people we support

  • We treat everyone with respect
  • We do what is right for our service users
  • We think outside the box
  • We learn from our mistakes and move on
  • We are A team. We look after each other
  • We keep each other in the loop
  • We maintain a good work life balance
  • We can be relied on
  • We own our energy at work
  • It may be work, but let's have fun

Contact Living Made Easy

  • Call your local office
  • We will arrange a convenient time to come and meet you in the comfort of your own home
  • You relax! We will put your services in place

Our Team

Our team have specialised skills in Alzheimer’s and Dementia, Autism, Physical, Sensory, Intellectual and Profound Disabilities and Complex Health Needs. We offer a responsive, holistic service to make life a little easier. Our team is inclusive, enthusiastic and sensitive to each person’s needs. Each team member receives regular training and development opportunities to ensure we provide the highest quality service at all times.

Our team members do not wear a uniform, which means they ‘fit in’ to your life in a way that is unobtrusive and as supportive as possible.