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Johav Care, Committed To Excellence

Welcome to Johav Care. Our main goal is to always achieve a high level of customer satisfaction with the services and products that we provide. This simple approach has effectively fueled our growth. We’re thrilled you’ve decided to visit us - please browse our site to discover what we’re all about.

Our Story

Our flexible domiciliary care services can cover anything from a check-in visit to personal care to 24-hour live-in care. Our home care service can be used for short term help following an illness or because your usual carer is having a break, or as the start of your care journey where it may develop to long-term home care and support.

Since our opening, we have become masters of our craft. Our commitment to quality products, exceptional services and incomparable customer care keep our community coming back again and again. We never stop improving, and are continuing to expand our offerings based on how we can best serve the Milton Keynes area.


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Why Choose Us

What’s Our Speciality

Nurse And Patient

To be responsive to the needs of our patients and their loved ones

Doctor and Patient

To be sensitive to the needs of our patients and their loved ones

Taking blood pressue

To deliver the best care possible with our highly skilled professionals.


To prevent health problems while providing our clients the best chance to regain their health and reclaim their lives

Support to keep you safe, comfortable and living independent in your own home

Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary care, sometimes called home care, is rapidly becoming a popular alternative to residential and nursing care. Domiciliary care enables those with varying care needs (through illness, long-term medical issues or old age) to remain in their own home indefinitely, or for a longer period of time than was previously possible.

Home care can be offered in a number of capacities – and the intensity and frequency of visits will depend on individual circumstances and care needs. Some only need intensive domiciliary care for short periods of time, whilst others simply need low-level, long-term care.

Domiciliary care, also called dom care, can also be offered to young people, children and adults with temporary or permanent care needs and is not an exclusive service for the elderly alone.

The main advantage of homecare is that it is carried out in a person’s own home, eliminating the need for them to spend large amounts of time in hospital and enabling them to stay in their own home indefinitely, if not for a longer period of time than would normally have been possible before domiciliary care was an option.

Domiciliary care can be either on a short term basis, where a carer may come to your home for up to an hour up to a carer living with you 24 hours per day.  This is known as live in care and is increasingly becoming an option for people that do not want to go into a care home but want the comfort of having someone on hand to help them.

Our Care at Home services provide hands-on help with those basic functions of life, all provided with sensitivity to the emotional issues so often connected with an inability to perform these essential functions.  Our Care Givers are trained to ensure that the appropriate safety precautions are taken to promote health and well being. The Care Plan we develop with you will confirm the number and length of visits required on a daily or weekly basis and the type of help required.

Home Nurse Examining Patient
  • Posture and positioning of customers

  • Mobility

  • Medication reminders

  • Post hospital discharge

  • Alzheimer’s care

  • Cognitive impairment

  • Oral hygiene

  • Toileting and incontinence

  • Grooming

  • Dressing

  • Special Diet

  • Eating

  • Bathing

Our Services

Companionship Care Service

Our Companionship Care provides a wide range of comprehensive services which are delivered flexibly so as to meet the changing day-to-day needs that you or your loved ones may have.

Companionship Care can make all the difference to the quality of life for those whom we serve.  These services can be provided at times to suit on and off throughout the day for just a few hours, or for longer unbroken stretches of time. Companionship Services include:

  • Aid with morning wake up, bathing and dressing

  • Assistance with walking

  • Monitoring diet and eating

  • Checking food expiry dates

  • Making and serve meals

  • Buying magazines, papers, books etc

  • Doing shopping and running errands

  • Laundry & Light housekeeping duties

  • Providing medication reminders

  • Organising mail

  • Stimulating mental awareness

  • Playing games and cards

  • Planning visits, outings, and trips

  • Supervising home maintenance

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