Tranquillity Care Solutions is a home care service that supports people living in the Colchester, Wivenhoe and Tendring area. 
Our unique service offers a person-centred, holistic approach to care,  
working closely with our clients and their families to ensure the best possible solutions. 
We aim to enable people to stay in the comfort of their own homes and are proud of our reputation for going the extra mile to meet the wishes of the people we care for. We are committed to promoting the independence, choice and dignity of our clients at all times.  
Working to a standard of excellence, our specialised care staff can provide quality 24-hour care management across a variety of health conditions and are specially selected for their ability to give care with compassion.  
What’s more, our management team has over fifty years' experience of caring between them, so you can trust in their professionalism and expertise.  

We provide: 

Personal care 
Live-in/overnight care 
Social companionship 
Escorts for medical appointments/excursions 
Domestic support - meals and cleaning 
Palliative care 
October News 
Coffee morning raises £145.40  
Thank you to everyone who came to our coffee morning for Breast Cancer Campaign. We raised a fantastic amount and it was so lovely to bring some of our service users and supporters together for the afternoon. We’d also like to thank all the local businesses that generously donated raffle prizes: Bee Accessorized, The Wivenhoe Bookshop and Wivenhoe Deli and Tearooms. 
Halloween high jinks 
Never ones to miss an occasion to dress up, we donned our best Halloween outfits on the 31st and distributed some much appreciated sweet treats as we visited our service users. 
November News 
As the weather turns colder, we’d like to share our top 5 ways you and your loved ones can stay safe this winter: 
1. Keep a mixture of salt and sand handy to put on steps or driveways in icy weather 
2. Consider fitting a grab rail if you have steps near the entrance to your home. 
3. Order repeat prescriptions in advance, especially if bad weather is forecast 
4. Ensure you have plenty of food stocked up in case it’s too cold to leave home 
5. Ask friends and family about calling or visiting you more often. 
December News 
We’d like to take this opportunity to wish all of our service users, their families and all our supporters a very happy Christmas and all the best for the new year. 
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