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Modern Slavery

Join us in our fight for a better tomorrow by ending modern slavery.

Slavery in the modern day can occur in a variety of occupations, including social care.

People who use our services may be victims of modern slavery or human trafficking, in addition to the risk to employees.

As a caring organisation, modern slavery runs contrary to our basic principles, which include “being nice” and “having integrity.”

We recognise our duty to the individuals we employ and support as an organisation, and we are committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking by taking all necessary actions to mitigate any potential danger.

To find out more –

  • Statement: Our Modern Slavery Statement shows us that we will act ethically and with integrity in all of our business dealings.

It also shows us that we will put strong systems and controls in place to make sure slavery and human trafficking don’t happen anywhere in our supply chains.

  • Our Line of Work: We’ve been delivering high-quality home care since 2021 and are one of Wales’s most experienced social care providers.

We provide solutions that allow people to keep their independence in their own homes or make it easier for them to return home from the hospital to heal in familiar settings after an illness or injury.

Whether it’s for a half-hour a week or 24 hours a day, we provide a professional care service that allows flexibility and choice while still giving comfort, companionship, and support.

Our Principles

We have policies in place to guarantee that we operate in an ethical and transparent manner.

• We have a Modern Slavery Policy that is updated every year.

• A Whistleblowing Policy, primarily for our employees but also available to others in our supply chains, encouraging employees to report any misconduct, including human rights violations such as Modern Slavery.

• A Complaints Policy is in place.

While this page is intended to accept complaints or concerns regarding our care provision or behaviour, all complaints will be thoroughly reviewed and necessary remedial steps will be implemented.

To ensure that our safeguarding policies and procedures align with local procedures and best practise, we will collaborate with our social care and health partners.

• A strong recruitment policy that includes DBS and eligibility to work in the United Kingdom checks on all employees.

• A policy against bribery and corruption.

It is our policy to promote the conduct of our business in a fair and ethical manner.

In all of our commercial operations and relationships, we pledge to act professionally, fairly, and with integrity.


All new carers will receive training on modern slavery as part of their induction programme.

In this program, people learn about modern slavery and human trafficking. They also learn how to spot this kind of abuse and what to do if they think it’s happening, and what to do if they think it is.

We will make sure that all of our staff are aware of our anti-slavery policy and their responsibilities under it.

We’ve raised employee awareness even more by requiring all employees to complete a training module on our learning platform.

Our purchasing process

The best way to reduce the risks of modern-day slavery is to fully understand how and where we spend our money, as well as the country of origin for each part of our supply chain.

The following are the areas where we spend the most money:

• Recruitment

• Personal Safety Equipment (PPE)

• Commercial real estate

• Marketing Analysis

• Services for Information Technology Support

• Banking and related services

People are the end product of our recruitment service, and they need personal protective equipment (PPE) because of the nature of our service. These are our top priorities when it comes to this risk.

We collaborate with a number of recruitment partners in Spain, Greece, Italy, Poland and South Africa, and where possible, the recruiters are Living at Home employees who are aware of our zero-tolerance policy for modern-day slavery.

We collaborate with a number of recruitment partners in Spain, Greece, Italy, Poland and South Africa, and where possible, the recruiters are Living at Home employees who are aware of our zero-tolerance policy for modern-day slavery.

When direct employment is not available, we work with partners who share our approach. Living at Home pays all of its employees directly.

For PPE, we are working with UK suppliers where possible so that we can fully audit their premises, but, where this is not possible, we work with our first-tier suppliers to ensure they have a robust process in place with suppliers/agents in countries including Thailand, Malaysia, and China.

Compliance with the Modern Slavery Act of 2015 is required at a minimum in our contracts.

We want to collaborate with suppliers to gain a better understanding of our whole supply chain so that we can reduce emerging risks as they arise.

Our strategy’s effectiveness

We are sure that the steps we are taking to make sure slavery doesn’t happen in our company are working because no reports have come in from employees, the general public, law enforcement, or local safeguarding teams.

This document serves as our modern-day slavery statement.

Modern slavery is the illegal exploitation of people for personal or commercial gain. If you have any concerns visit

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