Welcome to Healthcare.co.uk, the home of independent living solutions.
We boast over 25 successful years’ experience in the care sector and are committed to providing the information, products and support you and your family need. Whether you’re buying for yourself or a loved one, there is plenty of help and aids out there to offer you the confidence to live independently at home. Our departments include Home Living, Mobility Aids, Health & Wellbeing and Incontinence. We also offer you the guides and advice you may need when caring for yourself or another.
We stock a large range of products that help to regain and maintain mobility, health and confidence with everyday living. Our catalogue of products ranges from disability aids, daily living aids, helpful gadgets and incontinence aids. Browse through our online store and discover the products that could transform your life or that of a loved one.
We stock a number of incontinence aids from leading brands Tena, Attends, Abena and more. The Healthcare.co.uk incontinence store features a wide range of product styles, sizes and absorption ratings to ensure you or a loved one gets the best available product to suit their requirements.
At Healthcare.co.uk we embrace independent living as a achievable lifestyle. With the right specialist products, support and advice you or a loved one could remain safe and happy in the home.
We offer a personalised, discreet and informative service. Our in-house Occupational Therapist Caroline Malloy is here to advise and help you on any health or home related issues you may have. Our service is tailored to you, for help and information on any of products check ‘Guides and Advice’ or get in touch with the team.
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