Care Agency in Cheshire
Professional in-home care in Cheshire
DeckChair Care are based in the North West and offer care services throughout Cheshire.
Where we Work
Deckchair Care provides trusted home care services to people living across North and East Cheshire. Towns we cover include:
- Home Care in Gatley
- Home Care in Cheadle
- Home Care in Cheadle Hulme
- Home Care in Bramhall
- Home Care in Styal
- Home Care in Heald Green
- Home Care in Wilmslow
- Home Care in Handforth
- Home Care in Alderley Edge
- Woodford Home Care Agency
- Hazel Grove Care Agency
Cheshire Care Agency
Located in the North West of England, Cheshire - a mainly rural county - has a diverse economy with significant sectors including agriculture, automotive, bio-technology, chemical, financial services, care agencies, ICT, and tourism.
With a a high concentration of villages, Cheshire is considered to be an affluent county due to its proximity to the cities of Manchester and Liverpool. Cheshire (West) has a fairly large proportion of residents who work in Liverpool and Manchester while the towns of Cheadle, Bramhall and Wilmslow (Cheshire East) falls more within Manchester's sphere of influence.
With an aging popluation, in line with national trends, the demand for care agencies in Cheshire remains high, Deckchair Care are the latest most innovative care agency established in Cheshire.
Current Facts and Figures - Cheshire (East).
* Source: 2013 mid-year population estimates, Office for National Statistics.
The latest mid-year estimates were released in July 2014, suggesting a Cheshire East population of 372,700.
22.2% are aged 0-19
21.1% are aged 20-39
29.3% are aged 40-59
27.3% are aged 60+.
This includes 14.3% who are aged 70+, 5.6% who are aged 80+ and 1.0% aged 90+.
The above replaces the information from the 2011 Census. The population of Cheshire East was then (March 2011) 370,100 and the information below remains for reference.
22.5% were aged 0-19
21.9% were aged 20-39
29.1% were aged 40-59
26.4% were aged 60+. This includes 13.6% who were aged 70+, 5.3% who were aged 80+ and 0.9% aged 90+.