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SweetTree Home Care Services London

Regulated by

Care Quality Commission

Rated ‘Outstanding’

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10

Review score

Investors in People Gold

 

Delivering results

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Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For

– chosen 3 times

Leading home care provider in London

SweetTree was founded in 2002 and has become a leading provider of home care in London. Over the years, we have helped more than 18,000 people to live more independently.We are proud to have been a Sunday Times Best Company to work for, plus we have Investors in People Gold and are rated as Outstanding by CQC (twice in a row!). We are also proud winners of the Grand Prix, the most prestigious recognition of the Home Care Awards 2023, along with four others: Specialist Care Award, Day Care Expertise Award and High Commendation for Most Outstanding Independent Home Care Provider.We are the organisers of National Dementia Carers Day and have also been a main sponsor over the years of the Alzheimer's Show.

Work for us

Care Coordinator

Location: London

Closing date: Friday, 12th July 2024

Support Manager - Young Persons Service

Location: London

Closing date: Friday, 7th June 2024

Brain Injury Support Worker

Location: Various locations in London

Closing date: Friday, 7th June 2024

Award-Winning Care

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The winners celebrate with their support workers at SweetTree fields Farm, from left, Thomas, Jonathan, Christy, Bastian, Francesco and Jade.
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It is always good to see a well-run care agency such as SweetTree Home Care Services. SweetTree's hardworking staff and management thoroughly deserve the Outstanding rating.
Debbie Ivanova, CQC's Deputy Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care