Our family’s ambition is to transform social care for the better
A care provider unlike any other
Home From Home Care is entirely owned by Paul, Ann and Hugo de Savary who were inspired to create a care environment which would help adults with learning disabilities, autism and complex physical and mental health to live their lives to the fullest.
Motivated by their search for a care home for Laura, their daughter (Hugo’s sister), Paul, Ann and Hugo created Home From Home Care to be a care provider unlike any other.
Inspired by Laura
Forty four years ago, opening specialist residential care homes didn’t figure in our lives.
Then, when Laura was six months old, we were told: ‘Your daughter is mentally handicapped, she might live, or might not – we don’t really know and, by the way, good luck’.
Over the years, fighting to get the best for Laura has given us an insight into the world of care.
She is the inspiration for Home From Home Care, which we created with her brother Hugo.
Laura is testament to how anyone can positively affect the lives of others.
Our story so far
2004 - Home From Home Care founded.
Having built five care homes in Greater Lincolnshire, we won the Pinders Healthcare Design Award in 2008.
In 2015, we opened the Social Care Exchange, which is our specialist resource centre. The Oaks. A year later, we launched the Social Care Exchange, which serves as a central hub or ‘control room’ from which many aspects of our care homes are monitored and managed.
In 2017, we achieved our first ‘Outstanding’ rating from the CQC.
In 2018 we launched Recruitment Partners to help us attract and retain the best team members.
2020 saw the Covid-19 pandemic hit the UK. This kickstarted a period of rapid evolution in our business, demonstrating the power and effectiveness of our NewModel of Care as well as our amazing team members.
The year also saw 9 of our 11 services become ‘Outstanding’ rated by the CQC. We were also awarded Platinum by Investors in People and we won ‘Best Care Home Group’ at the National Care Awards.
In 2021, we became a fully family-owned business and won the Tech For Good category of the Lincolnshire Technology & Innovation Awards.
Today, we’re continuing our mission to transform social care and we’re still constantly innovating and breaking new ground.
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