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Radis is an established community based care and support provider that was established in 2001. Since then, we have grown to become a leading provider of community-based social care and support for vulnerable adults and children living across England and Wales.

Our vision is ‘to be the outstanding service provider in the UK, making a positive difference to people’s lives’. Radis’ approach consists of a clear set of values, which influences everything we do. 

We support thousands of people, encouraging them to live independently in their own homes by providing a wide range of care and support services for people with diverse backgrounds and needs. We understand that each person is unique, and have developed specific services tailored for each individual that we care for. 
As a company, we continue to seek new opportunities for growth, as well as committed people who share our values to join our team.

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Providing high quality live-in care services that enable people to live independently within their home.

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