We have been providing care services throughout Swindon for over 50 years. Our reputation is built on high standards of live-in care in Swindon, local expertise and an approach to care delivery that is trusted by families throughout our community and beyond. All our carers are experienced and most have worked for us for many years. They will live with you for a longer period than might be offered by other live-in care providers, which allows for a deeper understanding of our clients’ needs and ensures continuity of care. We are experts in providing specialist care of complex conditions, like dementia, Parkinson’s or Multiple Sclerosis (MS) or for those recovering from a stroke or for those who need cancer care or palliative care.

Find out more about what live-in care is in Swindon and how it works.


There are countless life-enriching benefits to staying at home with a highly trained and experienced carer who is dedicated to you, instead of facing the upset and worry of moving into a care or nursing home.  With an Oxford Aunts carer you will be able to live life your way with as much independence as possible, with a tailored plan of care delivered by a compassionate carer on a one-to-one basis – this just simply cannot be offered in a care home.


Live-in care in Swindon is when a live-in carer comes and lives with you in your home to provide you with around the clock care, companionship and support so you can live a better quality of life. Our service includes:

  • Compassionate companionship
  • Medications management from trained carers
  • Sensitive personal care
  • Enabling safe movement in and around your home
  • Food planned and cooked as you wish
  • Connection with your local community and maintaining activities
  • Facilitating socialisation both in and out of the home
  • Domestic and household services
  • Pet care


  • When 24-hour live-in care is needed to live safely at home with an improved quality of life
  • As a respite service following hospital discharge to convalesce or for those needing positive rehabilitation or to recover from illness. Respite care can also be used to give a family carer a break
  • For specialist care of complex conditions like dementia, Parkinson’s or cancer
  • If you need palliative/end-of-life care negating the need to move into a residential setting or a hospice
  • Care for couples, so they can stay together as a loving couple with the personalised support they need
  • For companionship – a perfectly matched carer is there to provide all the companionship and support around the home that you need – as and when you need it


A fully managed and regulated live-in care service

Our fully managed live-in care service in Swindon means that all our carers are employed by us whilst they care for you. A local care management team of care experts is on hand to provide support to not just to our clients’ and their family members, but also our carer to ensure the highest quality care is provided. We are also regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), unlike introduction agencies who will simply provide you with a carer for you to manage yourself. We are proud to have been rated ‘Good’ by CQC in all five measures – safe, caring, effective, responsive and well-led.  We know our service provides families with peace and mind that their loved one is receiving the best possible care and eases the burden of managing a care arrangement themselves for their loved one.

Expertly trained carers in SWINDON

All our dedicated carers receive marketing leading training developed by care experts, which goes beyond mandatory training. This enables our carers to support those living with complex conditions, such as dementia or Parkinson’s that require more monitoring, care and support.

From induction training, into placement and beyond and we ensure our carers continually develop their knowledge and skills so that our clients receive the best possible care now and in the future.

Local, dedicated care management near you

We provide live-in care in Swindon and its surrounding counties. Each regional team is made up of a dedicated Care Assessor local to you who is on hand to provide an unrivalled level of support to you, your family and our carer. They are supported by a Care Manager at our central office who handles all other aspects of care delivery to ensure a quality service is delivered, every time.

Our care management team in Swindon only has a small portfolio of clients to support, enabling the care team to provide a highly personalised and quality live-in care service in Swindon and beyond, whilst clients receive more levels of monitoring and day-to-day support.

A multidisciplinary approach

As an established live-in care provider in Swindon, we have built strong relationships with local healthcare professionals, including GP’s, district nurses, local Clinical Commissioning Groups and other charitable organisations and community healthcare services. This means we can provide a multidisciplinary approach to care at home that is focused on improving health and wellbeing whilst avoiding any unnecessary hospital admissions and enabling swifter discharge from hospital.

We have developed strong relationships with those responsible for hospital discharge at the following hospitals in Wiltshire:

  • Salisbury District Hospital
  • Great Western Hospital


Many of our clients are based in and around Wiltshire so we have three regional teams made up of a Care Assessor and Care Manager who may support you and your family whilst we are providing live-in care to you.

Krash DaveyI have worked in care homes for over 30 years, having started as a carer and then working my way up to becoming a Registered Manager. I have a wealth of experience in dementia care and enjoy supporting those who live with the condition and their families throughout their journey. I joined Oxford Aunts in June 2019 as a Care Manager. Given my previous experience of working in a care home, live-in care has been an exciting chapter for me. It is wonderful to see clients being supported on a one-to-one basis in their own home, where they are healthier, happier and less prone to falls, UTIs and pressure area concerns due to quality of care provided by our carers. I really enjoy being part of the Oxford Aunts team.

As Care Manager at Oxford Aunts, I am responsible for ensuring our clients and their families have a dedicated point of contact who truly understands their requirements and can support their service. I have a deep understanding of our carers, not just in terms of their skills and experience, but their personalities and values. This means I can effectively match our carers with clients to ensure, not just their care needs are met but that the carer is aligned to how the client wishes to live their life. I work closely with our Care Assessor which means our clients have a highly personalised care plan that accurately reflect their needs. As part of our multidisciplinary approach to care I work closely with other healthcare professionals, including district nurses, physiotherapist and occupational therapists to ensure a holistic approach to care delivery.

As a Registered Manager, I have an NVQ Level 4 and LMC Award.

Krash Davey
Amanda ShieldsI have been working in the care industry for the past 14 years. I had previously been a house and pet sitter and I was asked by a client if I would be prepared to look after his elderly mother while he was on holiday. On his return he encouraged me to pursue a career in care and put me in touch with a live-in care agency. I have never looked back and thoroughly enjoyed my role as a carer, which has been invaluable to me as I have progressed my career and become a Care Assessor

As a Care Assessor at Oxford Aunts, I am responsible for ensuring our clients can live well in their own homes with care and support from our live-in carer, whilst providing the client, their families and our carers any support they may need. From the initial assessment of a client’s needs to the on-going review of our service, I provide high levels of support to ensure the standards of care Oxford Aunts are renowned for.

Amanda Shields


  • A comprehensive assessment of your needs
  • Careful matching of an experienced and dedicated carer
  • A highly tailored care plan created incorporating a multidisciplinary approach
  • Unrivalled support from a team of two care management experts local to you
  • Domestic and household tasks
  • Cooking, meal planning, shopping and preparation
  • 24 hours a day out-of-hours emergency support

Find out more about our live-in care service near you


At Oxford Aunts we have been helping thousands of families for many years with choices about long term care and know only too well how important the cost of care is in the decision-making process. We are here to help you better understand how you can evaluate live-in care costs.


Expert carer matching

Over the past 50 years we have established a reputation for matching carers with our clients to ensure they meet all their needs – this is not just about matching skills, but making sure personalities are aligned so both client and carer can enjoy life together. Depending on the level of care required, it will determine not just the cost of your care, but the experience we expect your carer to have to ensure the high standards of care we are renowned for throughout Swindon and beyond.

Continuity of care makes all the difference

Our carers will come and live with you to provide care and support for a longer period than might be offered by other live-in care providers. We know that this gives an opportunity for a strong relationship to be formed and a deeper understanding of our clients’ care needs offering consistency and continuity of care.


Wiltshire Health & Care
Email: ask.wiltshirehealthandcare@nhs.net
Call: 01249456565
Address: Chippenham Community Hospital, Rowden Hill, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 2AJ

Age UK Wiltshire
Email: enquiries@ageukwiltshire.org
Call: 01380 727 767
Address: Cromwell House, 31 Market Place, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 1JG

Swindon Borough Council
Call: 01793 445500
Address: Wat Tyler House, Princes Street, Swindon, SN1 2JG

Breathe Easy North Wiltshire
Email: southwest@blf.org.uk
Call: 03000 030 555
Address: Pewsham Community Centre, Lodge Road, Pews, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 3SY

Your Care Your Support Wiltshire
Email: customeradvisors@wiltshire.gov.uk
Call: 03000 030 555
Address: Breathe Easy Warwick & District Support Group, St Mary’s Church Centre, St Mary’s Road, Leamington Spa, CV31 1JW

Merchiston Surgery
Call: 01793 823307
Address: Merchiston Surgery, Highworth Road, Stratton St Margaret, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 4BF


Call our friendly and approachable team today to see how we can help you and your family.

01865 791 017

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