The dictionary definition of the word 'cachet' - a quality of distinction and style that people admire and approve of.
Cachet Care aim to be "the difference" in how we care for our older people and strives to run in a manner that will reflect the chosen name for the business. We have a great reputation in our local area amongst Health & Social Care Professionals.
I started working in this industry, caring for people in their own homes from early 2000 following many years of working in mostly secretarial/administration duties running busy offices, managing people and supporting others to start up new businesses.
Having had training and experience in dementia care, and with older people in home-care, working within the private sector, Bolton Council's Elderly Mentally Ill team and the National Health Service as a qualified Assistant Practioner, I have gained a vast amount of understanding of what makes clients and their families happy. Continuity and consistency of staff who are flexible, friendly and approachable are very important to people who are receiving care from us. In order to deliver a great service, our aim at Cachet Care is to love, support and care for our team in order that they can then easily love, support and care for our clients.
My reputation within the church and the local area will allow me the credibility I will be worthy of and I will be pleased to accommodate people requiring our service for care or who want to work in our ever expanding company.
I love what I am called to be with a great passion to love and care for all people involved in this industry of care.
“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland."
Mrs Janine Bainbridge-Daniel
Registered Manager & very proud owner of Cachet Care Services Ltd
"As a team of district nurses we have found cachet care to be an excellent care agency. All the carers showed empathy towards our patient. All care provided by cachet care was centred around the needs of the patient. Carers contacted district nurses if they had any questions or concerns. All carers were friendly and approachable. Well done to all the carers and keep up the fantastic work. District nurses look forward to working alongside cachet care in the future."