Welcome to PI Care

Empowering people to live their best lives

With a culture that promotes an environment of openness, compassion and growth, at PI Care we approach things a little differently. Whether you are directly supported by us, or we are providing support to the people you care for, we design and deliver a service that’s right for you!

Want to find out more?
Then get in touch. We’d love to start a conversation!

Working in partnership – the local provider of choice
Community Support
Through our Community Support Service, whether it’s delivering a short or long-term community care package, placement breakdown support, or providing transition care and support from a hospital to a community setting or from children to adult services, we support and empower adults and children with diverse and complex care needs to live life to the full and as independently as possible.
Supported Living
Through our Supported Living Service we aim to help people achieve greater independence and lead rich and fulfilling lives. Supporting adults and children with a range of support needs including learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries and mental health. Helping them access the opportunities and activities open to everyone in their community.
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Our Services at a Glance

Join our team

We are looking for experienced Support Workers, HCAs and RMNs / RNLDs to join the team. With some fantastic roles on offer, when you begin your career at PI Care, you’ll be offered a competitive benefits package alongside a personalised training and development plan, to enable you as a valued member of the team, to grow and fulfil your potential as a health and social care professional.

Interested? Take a look at the current roles on offer!

Latest News

  • Vanessa

Clinician of the Month: Vanessa Ibhadon

2nd May 2024|

Vanessa Ibhadon is our Clinician of the Month for April 2024. Vanessa was nominated by her colleagues who wanted to share with you all what a great colleague she is. They had ...

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  • Emma Phillips

Clinician of the Month: Emma Phillips

8th April 2024|

We’re delighted to announce that Emma Phillips is our Clinician of the Month for March 2024. Emma was nominated by her colleagues who had the following to say about her: "...c...

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  • Issah

Clinician of the Month: Issah Ssengooba

8th March 2024|

We're delighted to announce that our Clinician of the Month for February is Issah Ssengooba.  Issah was nominated by colleagues for going the extra mile and the quality of car...

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Our values

We’ve created a culture from the inside out and take pride in living our company values which set us apart from others and guide the services we design and deliver.


Engage PIC


Enable PIC


Empower PIC

Why choose us?

As a trusted provider of specialist services, we:

  • offer a 24/7, 365, agile, scalable, local, reliable service
  • have a genuine passion to make a difference to the lives of the people we care for and their family members
  • design a cost-effective service tailored to meet the individual needs of each person and client we support
  • deliver value for money with guaranteed quality assurance
  • continually evaluate the services we offer based on client feedback, team member supervisions and service reviews
  • are committed to ongoing investment and improvement in our processes and systems
  • have a stringent recruitment process which ensures we recruit highly-skilled and experienced health and social care professionals who are truly passionate about the work they do
  • develop professional development and training plans for each member of the team

PI Care is a great place to work

But don’t just take our word for it!

Here’s some of the recent feedback we’ve received from the people we support, their families and support network, and members of our specialist care team:

“This is the best job I’ve had…”

“The team are really caring and supportive. If I ever need anything, they are there for me.”

“…it’s very different here. One of the managers said that my health and safety was more important than risking fatigue or adverse weather conditions.”