As part of Autism Awareness Week, find out more about the CQCs latest campaign to improve care for autistic people - #BecauseWeAllCareIf you are autistic and/or have a learning disability, tell the CQC what health and social care is like for you.https://t.co/cl6zySbrjD https://t.co/KtRw1zLzGI3 weeks ago
York is looking wonderful, all decked out in daffodils ready for Easter! Make the most of our lovely public parks and gardens and enjoy our outdoor spaces. 💚 #mentalhealth https://t.co/IGnEVFAdGO3 weeks ago
It's World Autism Awareness Week and a chance to spotlight an often hidden condition. #Autism is a broad spectrum and should be seen as being more about 'difference' than disability. https://t.co/GUsR9ruarM https://t.co/66sk9UWZWC3 weeks ago
29th March - today in England, groups of six people, or two households, can now meet outside. Outdoor sports are also resuming.🔓3 weeks ago
Today the York bar walls will glow purple to raise awareness of epilepsy.‘Purple day’ is an annual event which aims to get people talking about epilepsy, raise awareness of the condition and help to raise funds. https://t.co/tjAGm750pv https://t.co/YyQTGjVwbs4 weeks ago
From 29th March restrictions are easing allowing: *Rule of 6 or 2 households outdoors *Outdoor sport & leisure facilities *Organised outdoor sport (children & adults) *Minimal travel No holidays *Outdoor parent & child groups (up to 15 parents)Details: https://t.co/yzmYJbD2gl https://t.co/Q7doQ9HsBQ4 weeks ago
RT @NGNgas: We are working with the emergency services and @CityofYork following a reported gas leak on Rougier Street in #York city centre…4 weeks ago
RT @_StevenWebb: Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.…4 weeks ago
RT @pulsetoday: Breaking: Patients with a headache lasting more than four days after their #CovidVaccination, or bruising beyond the inject…1 month ago
Good news for mental health provision. Set to open in Autumn 2021, York St John Counselling & Mental Health centre is expanding. The new centre will be a one-stop-shop of public facing support for the local community. https://t.co/FLr6Qs5vGY https://t.co/1UhdgBQR1n1 month ago

Dedicated Home Care in York and Selby

At Riccall Care we help you and your loved ones live happily at home.

Comfort, freedom and the reassurance of familiar things… We understand what home means and can help you and your family members live at home for as long as you wish.

As well as daily personal care visits we can help with social outings and appointments, respite care breaks for family carers and overnight care.

Reliable, friendly and flexible

An award-winning family company, our reliable, well-trained carers deliver home care in York and Selby, together with the surrounding villages, to private and local authority funded clients.

In consultation with you, we can establish the right level of support for your needs or those you love. Helping to maintain independence and safeguarding health and wellbeing. With our sector-leading digital technology and dedicated Care Support Team. Rest assured, every member of our care team receives full online training and undergoes all legally required checks.

Please be aware, due to COVID-19 we currently conduct all initial assessments over the telephone for our care services.

Care Support Line
7am – 11pm daily
01904 720 700

COVID-19: PLEASE protect yourself and others. If you do feel unwell stay at home and call NHS 111 service for syptom checker and guidance. More: 111.nhs.uk/covid-19

Riccall Care

Discover our home care services.

How do I fund care at home? Read our guide to local authority home care funding.

Looking for a residential care home? Discover our four small, local residential care homes.

Career in care… Enjoy making a difference every day with a great team.

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