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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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