June 2015 sees the launch of our new Facebook page, enabling the general public to see details of our latest job openings, customer testimonials, news and events. Visit and "Like" our page HERE.
The start of 2015 sees the launch of a recruitment drive, which will enable us to continue to expand to meet new demand. Please visit our "Vacancies" page for full job descriptions and an application form.
2014 has seen us move to new premises and significantly increase in size.
We have been recognised on TV, radio and in the local press for the efforts we have made. The Care Minister Norman Lamb MP paid tribute to the model of social enterprise that we follow. The Chief Operating Officer of the South Norfolk CCG Ann Donkin also visited us and applauded our efforts.
We enjoyed a well earned Christmas Party with the surgery staff at Hunters Hall - thank you for the hospitality!
October 2016, and Breckland Care at Home continues to expand. We are currently recruiting full and part time Carers, click HERE for details.
Independence Matters acquires Breckland Care at Home
The move secures the future of Breckland Care at Home and means older and vulnerable people in rural locations across mid-Norfolk will continue to receive the care they need at home.
Dr. Simon Hibberd, a former board member of Breckland Care at Home will join the Independence Matters Board as a Non-Executive Director.
Sarah Stock, Managing Director of Independence Matters said, "These are challenging times for the social and health care market and it is rewarding that we are able to support the longer term development and future of this successful and worthwhile venture for the benefit of its customers and the community.
We want to offer reassurances that Breckland Care at Home will continue to provide the same level of service and the same staff will continue in their roles.
Delivering care to homes in Norfolk
Breckland Care at Home became part of the Independence Matters Group earlier this year. Follow Care Supervisor, Ben, on a morning shift to find out what it takes to deliver high quality home care to communities in the heart of rural Norfolk.
Read the full article on pages 4 and 5 of the Independence Matters Newsletter HERE