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Diagonal Alternatives is a specialist agency, providing care and support to people who need assistance to live independently at home.
We support people to design their own service. We deliver what people want, in the way that they want it.
We work with people who:
- Have memory problems.
- Live with effects of neurological conditions, such as stroke, MS, MND.
- Live with a brain injury.
- Live with complex physical conditions.
- Need a palliative care service.
“We are delighted to announce that we have a base at Disability North, in addition to our Ponteland...
“All the staff I met seemed lovely and are providing a fantastic quality of care.”
“Diagonal Alternatives were amazing: the quality of care, the organisation, and the flexibility and speed with which they adapted to changing circumstances.”
“I just wanted to say what a fantastic job you have done in getting everything organised so quickly to meet the needs of Dad’s new situation.”
“I must add that the care you gave my husband and being able to rely on you and the rest of the team was of the highest standard”
“For the first time in many years, I am free of anxiety about my father and can enjoy visiting him, knowing he is happy, in good physical health, and all his day-to-day needs are met.”
“Many thanks for the standard of your ongoing support and communication.”
“Yesterday a friend of mine told me about an ‘exceptional care agency’ called Diagonal Alternatives that is supporting her mother.”
“We are very happy with the prompt response, and the fact that you respond to what we need.”
“Diagonal Alternatives staff are professional and caring.”
“I am full of confidence in your ability to look after my husband.”
“Congratulations on your website.”
“The staff you employ are excellent.”
“Where do you get such excellent calibre staff?”
“Thank you for going the extra mile.”
“I am very happy with the service, it is excellent.”
“You’re the most sensible person I have spoken to, with a view to sorting out my brother’s problems.”