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Kolours Healthcare Ltd. First Floor Offices 54 London Road, Southend on Sea Essex SS1 1NX

Care Training Courses, Care Certificate, Mandatory and Short Course Care Training Available

Contact Us: 01702 826 710

[email protected]

We Offer a Range of Health-Related Services

Maintain Your Loved One’s Quality of Life at Home

Kolours Healthcare Ltd. offers the following services in Essex, UK:


Our services include:

Assistance Following Hospital Discharge – We support individuals who have recently been discharged from the hospital and need to recuperate after surgery. We also provide short term help until you are able to cope at home alone.

Befriending and Companionship – Helps to prevent isolation or loneliness.

Live-In Services – This service is for individuals who live alone, or who need help and support to promote and maintain their independence at home.

Night Sleep-In Service – Provides comfort and peace of mind for service users who feel safer and secure knowing that someone is there with them at home.

Palliative Care – This is for individuals who have chosen to receive end-of-life care in the comfort of their own home.

Personal Care – Includes bathing, continence-management, assisting with dressing, meal preparation, and prompting and assisting with medication. The length of visit can range from one hour or more.

Practical Support – Includes assistance with cleaning, shopping, laundry and prescription collection.

Respite Care – Covers help and support of carers who need relief from continually caring for their loved one.

Social Escorting – Involves being accompanied to cinemas, to the GP, pubs, shops, or just going out and about; enjoying the outdoors and the community.

Our Clients

Our clients are individuals of different needs and abilities in a various settings including supported living housing schemes, sheltered accommodation and extra care schemes, or people in their own private homes who are: 

  • Adults Over 18 Years Old
  • Elderly People (Over 65)
  • People Approaching End of Life
  • People with Learning Disabilities
  • People with Mental Health Problems
  • People with Physical Disabilities
  • People with Terminal Medical Conditions

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