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Kingston and Weybridge Hourly Care Services

Our flexible visiting care services can be arranged from as little as one hour per week

Visiting home care in Kingston and Weybridge

Home care in your local area

Walfinch is a family-run and owned private home care business operating across the UK. We are a National brand providing the highest level of quality, compassionate hourly at-home care.

The Walfinch name is therefore well-known and trusted. Our local Kingston and Weybridge branch is on hand to provide you with personalised hourly care in your area, as and when you need it.

We provide home care services in the following towns, villages and surrounding areas:

  • Chertsey
  • Addlestone
  • West Byfleet
  • Ottershaw
  • Weybridge
  • Shepperton
  • Longcross
  • New Haw
  • Walton-on-Thames
  • Cobham
  • Stoke D’Abernon
  • Martyr’s Green
  • Sheerwater
  • Oxshott
  • Downside
  • Malden Rushett
  • Claygate
  • Hersham
  • Esher
  • Chessington
  • Long Ditton
  • Thames Ditton
  • East Moseley
  • Kingston-Upon-Thames
  • Surbiton
  • New Malden

Call us today

We can arrange visiting home care from as little as 1 hour per week.

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How can flexible home care help you?

We provide care for a range of specialist conditions to enable elderly and vulnerable people to continue living independently at home.

Every Walfinch caregiver is DBS checked and required to complete our industry-leading training course so you can be sure of the highest quality care in Kingston and Weybridge.

Many people find that the daily demands of life and running a household can become more strenuous as they age or experience ill-health. Having a friendly, compassionate and expertly-trained carer can help reduce stress and discomfort, taking the pressure off so you can enjoy life and live as you wish in your own home.

Your Kingston and Weybridge branch

Meet the team

Your local Kingston and Weybridge branch of Walfinch is co-owned by Managing Directors, Kathleen Plough and Tracy Lezar.

Kathleen’s passion has always been client service, she has spent more than 30 years in retail banking, initially developing the ideal of “Relationship Banking” in a time before banks became digitised and all transactions were online, client relations were of central focus and the relationships were built on trust and outcomes.

Kathleen’s vast experience makes her a valued asset as a member of the Walfinch franchising team. Her roles in management have covered staff retention and recruitment and branch and area target setting and budgeting, as well as client retention.

Kathleen has a patient, empathetic approach with open communication lines which has allowed her to develop successful teams who together have won many target and service awards.

“I believe that building  strong, motivated teams, working contentedly in their chosen fields, will deliver the care and kindness needed for domiciliary care.

In 2019 I spent 5 months with Walfinch working as a live-in carer, during this time I got to experience first-hand the support and guidance offered by Walfinch to their dedicated team of carers and clients. I was also able to intimately understand the needs of both carer and client and I look forward to implementing this knowledge.

Having managed teams in the past I strongly believe that anyone who leads a team needs to be happy within themselves, with this in mind I try to live a balanced healthy lifestyle making time for family and friends and being naturally energetic I enjoy keeping fit by playing badminton with a local club.”

Tracy has a strong corporate background in both sales and management and has always thrived in a client-focused environment with an emphasis on delivering excellent service. Tracy has gained an exceptional understanding of the care industry since joining Walfinch as a recruiter for South African carers, a job which allowed her  to foster and grow her passion to serve and her ability to help others achieve.

“It has always been my passion to own and run a business of my own. Coming from a very close family with exceptionally strong core values, Walfinch has provided a platform to fulfil that passion, providing care for elderly and vulnerable clients. I love to see the difference we make to them and their own families, by delivering domiciliary care with compassion and confidence.

I have learnt in my time with Walfinch that employing the right carers is the cornerstone of success for this industry. Having worked independently for many years, I am a self-starter and problem solver. My clients know that they can trust me to find solutions and get the job done effortlessly. My strength is my passion for building lasting client relationships and delivering beyond their expectations.”

Kingston and Weybridge

Home care arranged with you, not around you

Housekeeping and home hygiene

Our hourly care team can help you with a range of domestic tasks to help keep your home in order:

  • Companionship Care – helping to alleviate loneliness and isolation
  • Waking Night Care
  • Light house-cleaning duties
  • Laundry and bed-making
  • Meal planning and preparation
  • Pet care including dog walking
  • Grocery shopping
  • Running errands such as picking up a pension
  • Help to organise and manage domestic admin including paying bills

Our tailored home visiting service is arranged according to your individual needs, providing regular assistance to help you retain your independence and continue to live life as you wish. Starting from as little as just one hour per week or as often as you need it. Our services include:

Personal care and hygiene

Your hourly carer can assist your personal comfort according to your needs, helping as necessary with:

  • Assistance with morning and bedtime routines
  • Washing, showering and bathing
  • Dressing and hairstyling

Assisting with mobility

Our carers are trained in all aspects of mobility support:

  • Use of hoisting and lifting equipment
  • Help and encouragement with physio exercises.
  • Accompaniment for outdoor exercise

Managing and administering medication

Our carers can also help with:

  • PEG feeds
  • Changing dressings

Help to arrange and attend healthcare appointments

If you need a nurse for something more, our care team are able to work closely with District Nurses and other community health networks to assist with appointments and visits.


Marilyn H (Client)
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I needed twice daily help after a major shoulder operation. The service was excellent. The ladies looked after my personal needs and helped around the house. They helped with my very important exercises. Very bright, cheerful and competent. I am sure this helped with my recovery. Punctuality was pretty good. Took me for a short walk twice a day. I would recommend this agency.
Duncan B (Son of Client)
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My mother has been very happy with the service, frequently commenting on the care and kindness of the three carers she has met. This has been a very considerable help to the family as we can now be confident that she is much less isolated than formally and able to get help with a range of daily needs.
Emma S (Daughter of Client)
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The manager listened to our requirements and has been helpful, kind and efficient in caring for my dad. She communicates well with us and offers positive suggestions to help Dad. She and her staff are always happy, kind and respectful which we are very grateful for.
Simone L (Client)
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All the team are really very nice and some, in particular, are really thoughtful and know me so well. They know how to time things to get everything done. Very considerate. Highly reliable and dependable. Would highly recommend.

Peace of mind, value and trusted care

Hourly care offers comfort at your convenience

Our home care service can help ease you into a personalised plan that supports your independence whilst providing the extra help you need. Our clients’ families often tell us they are amazed by how quickly they see the benefits once they’ve made the decision to have visiting care at home.

As well as specialised care, our carers can provide companionship to help alleviate loneliness and isolation especially during the Coronavirus outbreak. A cup of tea and someone to chat to can make a vital difference to the wellbeing of someone living alone.

We won’t let you down. Our fully regulated service is frequently monitored for its efficiency and can be adapted regularly according to your changing needs. Our team work hard to ensure your visiting care plan is delivered by a regular rota of friendly carers who are familiar with your personal needs and able to deliver support with compassion and expertise.

Our carers are skilled, caring and professional people who provide companionship and support according to your individual needs. All Walfinch caregivers must pass our training programme to enable them to work with our clients, providing expert care for a range of assisted needs and complex care conditions including:

After Stroke Care
Cerebral Palsy
Companion Care
Complex Care
Convalescent Care
Dementia Care
Emergency Care
End of Life Care
Interim Care Trial
Mental Health
Multiple Sclerosis Care
Parkinson's Disease Care
Physical Disability
Physical Injury Care
Respite Care
Sensory Impairment

Our flexible visiting care services can be arranged from as little as one hour per week.
Call us today to discuss your needs. We can arrange care within 24 hours.

Our Kingston and Weybridge branch is located at:

67A High Street, Walton on Thames, KT12 1DX

For our home care services

If you are interested to work for us

We welcome the opportunity to understand your needs and help provide high quality home care for you or your loved one. Just tell us a little bit about your situation, or leave us your contact details and we can arrange to have a chat at your convenience.