Brokers – help arranging your care


You can get someone to help you find and arrange your own care services.

A broker can help you to find the right services for you. They can also make arrangements on your behalf.

For example, they can help you find:

  • home care services
  • equipment for your home, such as grab rails and stairlifts
  • legal services and advice
  • money advice, including options to pay for your care.


Brokers charge a fee.  You can get a quote of how much they'll charge before you go ahead.

If we agree that you can get care from us, we will arrange it for you. A broker is just one option if you want more choice and control, or if we decided that you can't get care from us.

Broker contact detailsServices

Care For Freedom Ltd
01727 834557
www.care4freedom.org

Supported living, care plans, day activities and relocation for:

  • Older people
  • People with a learning disability
  • People with sensory needs.

Care Management & Brokerage Ltd
01462 411802
www.caremandb.co.uk

Homecare, equipment and  residential care for:

  • Older people
  • People with a learning disability
  • People with sensory needs.

Challenge Consultancy
07855 789715
www.challenge-consultancy.co.uk

Supported living, care plans and person centred planning for:

  • Older people
  • People with a learning disability
  • People with a physical disability
  • People with autism or Asperger syndrome.

Mencap Watford
01923 713620
www.watfordmencap.org.uk

Supported living, person centred planning and day activities for people with a learning disability. 

Shears UK Ltd
0344 4120606
www.shears-uk.com

Homecare, equipment, residential care and
relocation services for older people.

TJF Personal Support Broker
07432 157781
www.tjfbroker.co.uk

Supported living, care plans and person
centred planning for:

  • Older people
  • People with a learning disability
  • People with a physical disability
  • People with autism or Asperger syndrome
  • People with sensory needs.


These brokers agree to follow our Brokerage Code of Conduct and so they must: 

  • protect the rights of those who use their services
  • treat each person as an individual, respecting different cultures and values
  • respect and promote everyone's views and wishes
  • support each person's right to have control of their lives
  • respect and maintain everyone's dignity
  • be clear about pricing.