In Partnership


Clyde Homecare was established in 1999 and through a primary focus on continuous development and providing the best care for individuals, we have become a trusted supplier of care and support workers to both private residencies and Local Authorities.

We follow the safer recruitment guidelines set by the Care Inspectorate, which involves properly examining the skills, experience, qualifications and values of potential homecare workers in relation to working with vulnerable people.  Through rigorous vetting we pride ourselves on spotting individuals who will bring empathy, dedication and professionalism to the role.

Our experienced management team work closely with our office staff and field workers to ensure that they receive the highest standard of training, but also guidance and support in the field through regular communication and increased technological support.

We are also fully registered with the Care Inspectorate, ensuring we continually provide a high standard of service, and we are recognised by Bureau Veritas (BV) through the award of the International Standards Organisation (ISO) 9001:2015 certification for our Quality Management System.

If you would like to know more about how Clyde Homecare could work with you, please contact us or request a call back.

Training Courses

We make sure all our field workers receive adequate training to enable them to offer the best possible care, through our own internal training facility based in Glasgow, and conducted by our own qualified trainers.

We are also able to deliver training to external organisations for their own staff training needs – both on an individual and groups basis – at our Glasgow base. Alternatively, training courses can also be delivered on our client’s own premises ensuring minimum disruption to day-to-day operations.

Training courses we offer include:

  • Moving and Handling

  • Medication Training

  • Adult Support and Protection

Please contact us to find out more about our training provision or request a call back.