Supported living/Domiciliary care

  • 24/7 care tailored to your needs
  • For adults aged from 18-65 and 65+
  • Located in an ideal neighbourhood

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Providing complex care that supports your independence and community integration 

We provide supported living services in the Birmingham area in supportive environment, allowing people to live an independent life within a shared accommodation, with reassurance of care staff who on site 24 hours a day through a person- centred approach.  We will treat people with dignity and respect, providing opportunities for people to have conversations and relationships with other people in a view that people have chance to try new things or take part in activities they enjoyed. If you are looking for a great place that provides supported living in Birmingham, contact KAK Healthcare Services today on 07868 609681.



Supported living in Birmingham for people with complex needs such as those with physical or mental disabilities.

Enabling independence by providing the care you need

Our premises enables people an opportunity to live independently with the assistance they need 24/7. We have staff on hand for any help that is required. It is mid-terraced property on the outskirts of the main town, with a shared garden for residents. It has all the facilities needed to make it a pleasant location for supported living in Birmingham. It also has easy public transport links less than half mile away, and a beautiful park nearby. It is situated in the middle of a nice community in Birmingham.

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Needs we cover

We deliver supported living in Birmingham for adults aged from 18-65 and 65+ with a wide range of living needs, including:

  • Mental Health
  • Dementia
  • Learning disabilities or Autistic spectrum disorder 
  • Physical disabilities
  • Sensory impairments 

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Supporting people with mental health problems, dementia, learning disabilities & sensory impairment in Birmingham




Do want you to start a career in care support?

We believe that by caring for our employees, we improve the overall care provided to service users. Therefore, we offer a competitive salary and a 24/7 support network, alongside professional and personal development opportunities and assistance programmes.

We will support you to do the very best job that you can providing people with supported living in Birmingham.

Are you ready to gain experience in the healthcare sector? Get in touch with us to find out more about joining our team or read through our FAQs below.

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Frequently asked questions about working with us

Do I need any qualification to become a support worker?

While a Diploma in Health and Social Care at level 2 or 3 would be a positive for anyone applying to work at KAK Healthcare Service as a support worker, it’s not essential – the right attitude and a willingness to work towards one is definitely welcome.

Do I have to have any experience to be support worker?

You don’t need any specific experience or qualifications to start work at KAK Healthcare Services as a Support Worker. What’s more important to us is that you are caring, enthusiastic, patient and a great communicator – and that you share our commitment to supporting people with difficulties to get the most out of life.

Can I work set hours?

It depends on the role, many of the people we support require round-the-clock attention and, as we take a person-centred approach to support, our rotas are based around their needs. Individual vacancies should indicate what the working hours will be for particular roles.

Do I have to work weekends/evenings/nights?

It depends on the job – please take a look at the Person Specification to check, and if still unsure, contact the person listed for enquiries on the vacancy in question.

What is personal care and will I have to do it?

Personal care means supporting someone with physical needs to perform tasks such as washing, toileting, cooking and feeding. Not all of our jobs include all of these tasks and where this is a requirement of the role, training will be provided to ensure you have the skills needed to perform this element of your role effectively. If you are concerned about supporting any aspect of personal care, please check the Job Description for any given vacancy, or contact the person listed for enquiries.

What are DBS checks, and why do you do them?

DBS stands for Disclosure and Barring Service. DBS checks help us make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups. A DBS check will show information on certain convictions, cautions, warnings or reprimands. Having a criminal record will not necessarily mean you cannot work for us – we look at each case on an individual basis.

Will there be opportunities for overtimes/additional hours?

This will vary from service to service, but we do sometimes offer additional hours to cover leave or periods of sickness absence.

How much annual leave will I get?

KAK Healthcare Services employees receive at least 28 days’ leave (including bank holidays) pro rata for people who work part time. Enquire for more information on the benefits of working at KAK Healthcare Services.





KAK Healthcare is dedicated to ensuring people who are disadvantaged by society get the support they need to live more independently and safely. If you are looking for supported living in Birmingham, contact our friendly team on 07868 609681.

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