Welcome to I K L Care.
Our care company was founded in 1998 by care workers who had worked within the local care industry.
Our experience in the care sector, and as a result of service users expressing their views on what the "perfect care company" would be to them, lead us to the conclusion that there was a need for a smaller more personal care provider for service users.
A care company in which the service user is consulted on everything that relates to their individual needs, from the initial care support plan, to visiting times and suitable support workers
We provide a tailored 24 hour 365 days a year care service that suits a wide range of individuals and in most cases a support plan can be set up within 48 hours or sooner for emergency situations.
From children to adults and the elderly, including clients with specific special requirements
We provide a high standard of care within your own home allowing you the chance to remain independent and in control of the care you require.
We are regulated by the Care Inspectorate for Scotland.
We provide a full range of care services to all individuals who require care and support from Clackmannanshire Social Services and also to include private arrangements.
Ask your social work representative for IKL Care or contact us direct for information and help with care support packages.
We invite you to check our latest inspection reports from the Care Inspectorate on their website at http://www.careinspectorate.com/
For freindly advice please call us on 01259 404027
Tel: 01259 404027
Duty of candour annual report:
Our annual report is now available via the Duty of candour page.
Alloa local shops and businesses getting ready for re-opening:
Shops and businesses in Alloa town centre are geraing up for re-opening once lockdown restrictions are eased in the coming weeks. Shops are looking at how they can open effectively whilst protecting both the customers and staff with effective use of PPE, distancing and cashless ayments.
Diageo donates hand sanitiser:
Global drinks manufacturer Diageo has pleged to donate over 8 million bottles of hand sanitiser to front line health and care worker.