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Gardiners Homecare

Gardiner’s supplies nurses and experienced carers to help support clients in their own homes.  We were established in 1968 by Dorothy Gardiner MBE.  As a family business we are proud of our reputation in Reading and South Oxfordshire.


Our team are driven by a desire to help people enjoy independent lives in their own homes.  Our services can be tailored to meet your needs and preferences.  If you would like some help please do get in touch, call us on 01189476666 to speak with one of our care managers.

Companionship – If you need support to do the things you enjoy, perhaps assistance to get out and about, or you would simply enjoy some company at home,  we can help.

Home help – We can help you with everyday tasks at home, maintaining your independence.

Personal care – If you find it difficult to get dressed, to get undressed or to wash, our care team can provide as little or as much help as you need, whilst treating you with respect and protecting your dignity.

Support with medication – If you need reminding to take your medication or perhaps just physical assistance, our fully trained nurses and carers can help.

Respite care – If you are a full time carer for a loved one, we can help share the responsibility with you or support you to have a break and recharge your batteries.

Home from hospital – We often support clients regain their confidence and recover after a stay in hospital.

24 hour care – If you need more intensive, round the clock support from a team of carers (rather than live-in care) we can help.

Latest news

Recognition for fantastic feedback

Gardiner's Nursing & Homecare is delighted to be  recognised as one of the top home care agencies in South East England, in the www.homecare.co.uk awards. Our aim is to be the stand out example for quality domiciliary care in our area and this achievement demonstrates that commitment via the feedback that we have received from our clients Read More

Help the vulnerable stay safe in the heat

We all love the sun but a heatwave can be very dangerous for some older people living alone and for those with conditions such as heart or respiratory disease, diabetes or Alzheimer’s. Drink lots of fluid – even if you aren’t thirsty - opt for water rather than tea, coffee, alcohol or sugary drinks.  Carers Read More