About Mumbys

We bring outstanding

live-in care to our

family of clients

About Mumbys

Our History

Mumby’s was established in 2002 to provide live-in care and support that allows people to live their lives in their own home rather than in a more restrictive and unfamiliar care home.

Our founders, Ann and Trevor Mumby, are from healthcare backgrounds. They are passionate about providing an excellent service that helps people to continue to live safely and happily in the home they love.

Ann Mumby is a nurse and care-home professional, who saw that live-in care was an eminently better option than nursing homes.

Trevor Mumby, is a recognised psychoanalyst and an author of dementia support publications. He delivers a first-class 1:1 dementia training programme for carers on how to live with a client with dementia. This specialist dementia training our carers furnishes them with a deep understanding of dementia and empowers high-quality care.

Our Family looks after your family

Mumby’s staff wholeheartedly believe in family-led live-in care. We treat clients, their families and their 90+ staff and carers like family. Our close-knit team find the best way to care, connect with and develop every individual so they can live life with respect, dignity and choice.

We build open, honest, trusting and close relationships with our clients and carers. Nothing pleases us more than placing the right carer with the right client and seeing their relationship grow and our clients being happy at home.

Caring for the elderly, dementia patients and vulnerable people

Our fully vetted and trained carers provide exceptional live-in care for clients who are elderly, seek companionship, have dementiaParkinson’sMS, learning disability or mental illness so they can continue to live in the comfort and familiarity of their own home. Approximately 60% of Mumby’s clients have dementia. Clients choose Mumby’s for dementia care due to their expertise and knowledge in dementia live-in care.

Clients enjoy keeping their independence, their pets and daily routines as well as maintaining easy access to friends, family and their local community. Couples can also stay together. 97% of us want to stay in our homes when we get older. Mumby’s live-in care services support this and make it happen.

Proud and committed

We are committed to developing awareness of live-in care and Mumby’s business. We are proud to say we specialise in 24-hour live-in care services with an outstanding rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The outstanding-quality care we provide is the exacting standard that we would expect for our own family members.

Our clients get so much more than a care package

Professionalism, passion and care permeate every part of our business so that our clients get so much more than a care package.

“Mumby’s team have been nothing more than exceptional in their support, care and professionalism in assisting us.” Fiona, Daughter-in-law of our Client

Join our family team

Become part of Mumby’s Live-in Care family. We are recruiting live-in carers. Click here to find out about our latest vacancies.

“Nothing makes me happier in life than making others happy.” Francoise, Mumby’s Live-in Care for 10 years.

Join our extended family as a client

Get your free care assessment and experience our outstanding live-in care with our 2-week trial without a long-term commitment.

Why choose Mumby’s live-in care?

Areas we provide live-in care

We serve a broad community in the South East of England. Counties we currently place live-in carers to clients who need support include Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, London, Middlesex, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Surrey, Warwickshire and Wiltshire.

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Thank you so much for all your help during the latter part of mum’s life. You were so understanding in what was such a difficult time for all involved.


“Thanks again for everything. Your kindness, patience and professionalism
are outstanding and much appreciated. “

Our Carers



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