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Osteoarthritis Care in Alton and Bordon

We employ professional and compassionate CareGivers who understand exactly what level of physical support each Client needs from them.

How can our Alton & Bordon osteoarthritis care services help? 


Osteoarthritis can lead to frustration and weariness, when a person can no longer perform simple, daily tasks with ease. At Right at Home Alton & Bordon, we ensure that our Clients are comfortable and their dignity is respected at all times.

By properly managing their condition, people with osteoarthritis can lead full, active lives. Maintaining good personal care routines can also prevent secondary health problems, pain and discomfort.

Our experienced team at Right at Home Alton & Bordon can help to alleviate some of the pressures of osteoarthritis care and management. We offer help with the following:

  • Meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Shopping
  • Laundry
  • Assistance with recreational activities
  • Showering, bathing or bed bathing
  • Dressing and undressing
  • Hair care, shaving and grooming
  • Footcare
  • Toileting assistance

Get in touch with Right at Home Alton & Bordon to find out about our homecare for people with osteoarthritis or other types of arthritis. 

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"We have all been very happy with all the care staff that have been attending to our mother’s needs. They have been respectful of her dignity and wishes and have fed back very promptly with any concerns that they may have had about her wellbeing. We as a family felt she was in very safe hands with staff that really cared about her."

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Your questions answered, by our expert Carers in Alton & Bordon


What is osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis is one of the most common forms of arthritis. When someone experiences osteoarthritis, the cartilage within their joints begins to break down causing the bones to change. Also known as ‘wear and tear’ arthritis, it is mainly felt in the hands, knees and hips.

People with osteoarthritis or another type of arthritis may experience a decreased range of mobility, as well as stiffness, swelling, pain and aching. For some people, the symptoms may be mild and not constant, whilst others can experience pain every day.

Homecare for people living with arthritis helps many people to reclaim their independence. We'll help to define a care plan that suits your symptoms.

Our Carers in Alton & Bordon can help manage symptoms and pain, and help with daily tasks. Speak to your local office team to discuss specialist arthritis-focused care and the ways we can help.

Can you live a normal life with osteoarthritis?


Osteoarthritis is a common condition that affects more than 10 million people in the UK. With the right care and support, you can keep your symptoms under control, ease pain and enjoy a good quality of life. Although there is no cure for arthritis, it does not necessarily deteriorate over time.

We recognise that a “normal life” looks different for everyone. That’s why our team of experienced osteoarthritis CareGivers in Alton & Bordon will define a care plan that suits you and your needs.

Osteoarthritis care and management at home in Alton & Bordon


There are several ways to manage and alleviate some of the symptoms of osteoarthritis and other types of arthritis. Alongside practical care and support from an Alton & Bordon-based CareGiver, we recommend:

Healthy lifestyle 

Healthy eating and maintaining an active lifestyle will help to keep your muscles strong and support your joints. Gaining or losing weight can have a dramatic impact on the pressure put on your joints, so it's important to maintain a steady, balanced diet when living with osteoarthritis. 

Exercising regularly can also help to increase the range of motion in your joints and reduce pain. Our CareGivers in Alton & Bordon can help you access recreational activities in the local area and to enjoy physical activity, ensuring that you stay as fit and healthy as you can.

We encourage many of our Clients to participate in resistance exercise every week to help improve their bone density. Regular walking is also encouraged, particularly in local areas such as Deadwater Valley. 

Find out more in our Healthy Eating guide.

Taking medicine

It’s important that you take prescribed medicine in order to manage joint pain and other symptoms of osteoarthritis. Remember to check in with your health care professional if you need extra pain relief. 

Over the counter pain relief can sometimes interfere with prescribed arthritis medication. That’s why our Alton & Bordon CareGivers in Hindhead, Churt and Bentley are trained to support Clients with regular medication maintenance. 

Whether you need help keeping track of your pills, or need someone to collect a prescription from the pharmacy, our local team of osteoarthritis specialists can help.

Defining a clear osteoarthritis care plan

All of our Clients have a unique, personal and Client-focused care plan. Discussing the level of care you need with your CareGiver and the office team can be reassuring and is a vital part of maintaining your independence.

Our CareGivers are there to help you with your needs, no matter how simple or difficult the task may seem. Our Alton & Bordon-based CareGivers are competent in the use of mobility aids and equipment. They are also highly trained to help those who need physical assistance due to their particular type of arthritis. Above all, our Carers are there to help you with the things you need to get done. From household tasks to errands, personal care to a friendly chat, we’ll define a specialist care plan that suits your lifestyle.

To discuss your needs, from daily visits to live-in care, contact Right at Home Alton & Bordon.

Osteoarthritis information and resources from Right at Home Alton & Bordon


  • In the UK, more than 10 million people have arthritis or other, similar conditions that affect the joints
  • More than half of the population over the age of 65 will develop osteoarthritis in at least one joint.
  • Women are more likely to develop osteoarthritis, especially if they are over the age of 50.
  • For more information on the symptoms of osteoarthritis, take a look at the NHS’ resources.
  • For a great resource on living with osteoarthritis, visit Arthritis Research UK

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