Patients leaving hospital after a long stay often feel anxious or uncertain about going home to an empty house, where for long periods of time they may be alone, afraid of falling, or family Carers feels they may struggle to manage on their own. Our service provides the support and confidence to empower them to return home.

Patients may be going into hospital for a procedure where they need observation afterwards. If a patient lives alone then they would be admitted overnight in these cases.

Northamptonshire Carers Overnight Service


Our Overnight Service is provided to support these patients in returning home or not being admitted unnecessarily. This service enables Northampton General and Kettering General Hospitals to support patient discharges as well as the prevention of admissions.


The service is commissioned by Corby and Nene CCGs (Clinical Commissioning Groups) to work closely with partners in the community.

What can we provide?
• Awake in service for 20.00 to 08.00
• Support with Medication
• Personal care
• Meals and nutrition
• Support with mobility
• Carer Registration and support
• Companionship, reassurance and information


This service is provided from 20.00 to 08.00 each night to provide support and encouragement for independence to a maximum of 3 nights.


Staff are fully trained to work in the community, supported living or a residential setting, and have enhanced DBS checks. Services are provided under regulation with the Care Quality commission.


If you would like further information regarding this service please contact the referral number:
0330 119 2680 or alternatively e-mail: [email protected]


We have pleasure in announcing this service is supported by ‘Crouch Recovery’ who have donated their time and skills to support our team in emergencies when inclement weather conditions strike and staff are unable to attend to patient visits.