How we started helping people
Let's grow old together, at home...
Our story begins with a client – Wilma Parkinson – who went to live with her eldest son and his family after being diagnosed with dementia. When Alan realised that he needed extra help, he enlisted the services of a professional care company.
He was highly impressed with the team on the ground, particularly with Sandra Nadal-Tombe who was always happy to go that extra mile to make sure Wilma was comfortable and happy. When Sandra announced she was leaving the company, Alan was reluctant to break the bond that Sandra had built up with his mother. So he helped her to set up a care business with co-directors Precy Subba and Peter Tombe.
All four share a strong vocation and a passion for their work which means they operate highly effectively as a team. It is this dedication that defines One Day at a Time – a care company with a difference.
Why choose us?
What makes us different
When someone finds themselves in need of care, it is only natural to worry about what happens next.
A person who has suffered a stroke or been diagnosed with an illness such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or dementia will wonder: how will their lives progress? Will they be able to afford long-term professional care? How will the family cope further down the line? These are all logical concerns for someone facing a difficult future.
So we named our company One Day at a Time to encourage clients and their families to take things step by step. Instead of worrying about the big picture we help them to live in the moment. And our name also reminds our staff to give clients 100 per cent of their engagement for the time they are with them.