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Home-care experts launch new service in Bexley

PUBLISHED: 13:16 26 November 2014 | UPDATED: 13:16 26 November 2014

Cllr Sharon Massey.

Cllr Sharon Massey.

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The former Mayor of Bexley has teamed up with nationally renowned Supreme Home Care as they expand their services.

Cllr Sharon Massey said: “I am delighted to be opening the Bexley office of Supreme Home Care, continuing my desire for first class professional support and care to be available in homes around Bexley.

“I have been through a rigorous training process and am now registered with the Care Quality Commission.

Supreme Home Care specialises in providing the type of high quality care that I would be happy for my Mum or Dad to have.

“My husband Don and I are now providing this service for all residents who need support in their homes in Bexley.

“We are out and about talking to potential clients and health professionals and recruiting staff.”

An open day is being held at the Sidcup offices located on Nexus House, Cray Road, on December 12 from 12pm to 5pm.

The official opening of the office will be held by James Brokenshire MP between 1pm and 2pm and the Mayor of Bexley will be officially opening the training room at 3pm.

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