We offer a  home environment within a residential setting. Highly trained professional carers that provide high quality living standards.

We have been operating since April 2008 as Ultimate Care UK Ltd. Originally serving rural communities with domiciliary care for 9 years, we moved into the residential setting of January 2016 to replicate the high standard of care provided in the rural areas of Suffolk, but within a home environment.

We are proud to have the East Of England Home Care Manager of the year 2010 running the care aspect of the company with professionalism and 17 years experience which earnt her the award.

Ultimate Care UK Ltd are pround to announce that we were awarded the National Home Care Employer of the Year 2011 (Less than 250 employees) at an award ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice in London on the 14th May 2011. It is thanks the the hard work, dedication and positive response to change of the staff that helped us acheive this prestigious status.

The Judges said "Marc and Nicola showed a passion for caring which set this company out from the rest. They also displayed a special commitment to staff and with a talent for true entrepreneurial spirit."

In October 2011 we were awarded the East of England Care employer or the year and we are now through to the National awards to be held on May 2012. To win this award we have had to compete against other domiciliary care agencies and Care homes from Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Essex. This is one of biggest achievements to date.

The Judges said "They place their staff at the centre of providing care and support to people in rural areas. Staff retention is clearly a very high priority and part of the company ethos. They support their staff both in and out of work."

Nicola and I were very honoured to be at the first Town 102 local hero awards  to be able to present an award for the Carer of the year. We were very proud to present the award to Joshua Nelli, who cared for his fiancée, Kerry. Kerry suffered from Cystic Fibrosis and was awaiting for a lung transplant when she sadly passed away in March 2014. Not only did Josh remain at her side throughout her ups and downs but he decided to create something very positive from Kerry’s passing. Joshua, with the support of Family and friends, started The Kerry Alex Thorpe Trust which raises money for other Cystic Fibrosis suffers, very much a make a wish foundation to help, even just a little bit, to make a difference to the children who suffer with this dreadful disease. Every winner last night made us feel very humble to be there. So many people either put their own lives on hold or do something extraordinary for other people with not wanting anything in return. Congratulations to all the winners.
We have put a link to The Kerry Alex Thorpe Trust on our website too. If you could kindly visit the site directly or via out own and make a donation, no matter how small, I am sure Josh and his team would be very grateful.