My Homecare

About Us


Welcome to My Homecare Durham

Our care team local to you, can help you or your loved one live comfortably and safely at home.
In 2015 My Homecare introduced our person centred style of caring across the whole of the country. Now we have an established branch in Durham, covering the Durham area, who have fully trained, DBS checked and dedicated carers.
My Homecare’s compassionate and hardworking care team have a clear goal to maintain our first class reputation for providing high quality care. We help people who either through illness or injury, require assistance to maintain their well-being, whilst continuing to live in their own home and neighbourhood.
In your area we can help with privately-funded care or local authority and NHS commissioned support. Please enjoy reading through our website, visit our social media and become part of the My Homecare family.
Our home care in Durham team, can help you or your loved one live comfortably and safely at home.
We provide a range of care services including

Personal Care and Support around the Home,

specialist care services including

24 hour Live-in care, Palliative
Care, Supported Living & Outreach

Being a national provider and with over 15 years’ experience of providing care services, My Homecare offers a responsive care service for an individuals changing needs. Our increasing network of branches are run by professional and experienced care managers, who are also supported by our head office senior care team.

My Homecare offer an individual tailored package for individuals and families in your local area. Our manager’s care assessment will ensure the care and support plans are person centred around the needs of the service user. Our care teams will always ensure the best possible care services for you or your loved one.
Each office is registered with the Care Quality Commission in England or the Care Inspectorate in Scotland, to ensure continuity and compliance of care across the My Homecare network. The CQC and Care Inspectorate are government bodies who regulate care provided by private care companies, NHS, doctors surgeries, dentists and care homes. Our established branches provide specialist services such as caring for people with MS, providing peg feeding and provide respectful end of life care. Some branches care for people with autism both in an Outreach setting or within a Supported Living environment.