Helping change the way people see healthcare
We do this by assisting the care lifecycle for the individual by providing high quality care systems that embraces our values and promotes independence and dignity.
Who we are
Axela is a care group which operates in the UK and internationally.
As a group we are working towards a common goal of making healthcare consistent and better for everyone. It’s a journey we started over 10 years ago with our first company Respect Care and continue to strive for with our latest company Axela innovations.
What we do
Axela was founded on our exceptional care services. It’s at the heart of what we do. We work with organisations and individuals. Everyone is treated with respect, dignity and care.
Our experience is health and social care means that we understand how it works from top to bottom. We can help you improve the services you deliver or even provide strategic and practical advice to start, maintain and grow your business.
Training and development
In order for care to be outstanding we believe you need to invest in the growth and development of your staff. Training is fundamental to this.
Our experience in health and social care means that we understand how it works from top to bottom. Get in touch if you would like to know more on how we can support you.
We believe that technology has to be at the heart of care, using technology to support the delivery of outstanding care is fundamental to what we do.
What’s going on
Despite these steps forward, If the NHS can’t adapt to change at the pace required, there are many organisations and start-ups willing to take on the challenge set out at the beginning of this year.
Axela and Respect Care do Cupcake Day 2019 in order to raise money for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Our staff baked or purchased, and we raised £300.
In May, London & Partners featured Axela in their social channels discussing the benefits of their Business Growth Programme.
I never fully understood the condition before and how it can affect someone.
Nurses and care workers are overworked and underpaid which means that a career in this sector is perceived by many to be as appealing as making Anthony Joshua angry.
September marked the graduation of Axela Innovations from the London & Partners’ Business Growth Programme.
Announcing our hotly contested Employee of the Month for July 2018. Can we have a drum roll please...
An exercise in wellbeing and resilience at Axela with Andy Hix of Wellbeing Capital & Partners
The first of a three-part blog by Martin which outlines how he came to work in social care and his family’s connection to it, his passion and belief in social care training.
If we're our mission is "Helping change the way people see healthcare", you can read how successful we are here...