About Us

Frias Gate Care is run by a passionate team of experienced care professionals. We are CQC regulated and our mandate is to provide you or your loved one the highest standards of care and support in the comfort of your home. We ensure that you are living a comfortable, fulfilling, and independent life.

We aim to provide you with the care that we would want for our loved ones. We value your unique attributes and view you holistically. Our services are flexible and adapt to your care needs. We work hand in hand with you and your family to keep you in control of the care you receive. Our initial assessment ensures that you tell us about your care expectations. This will be the foundation of your care plan.

Our Management

Simangele Khumalo
Dip of HE in Nursing Studies
Director

A qualified mental health nurse with experience in EMI-Mental Health, Adult Insight, Learning Disabilities Insight, Community Mental Health, Acute Mental Health, Rehab Mental Health, Forensic Mental Health which includes low and high patient dependency units. Simangele is an advocate for senior care and maintaining independence at home. She is dedicated to training carers and assuring that they have the right skills required to look after you or your loved one. She is hands on and communicates with you about your care or that of your loved one to ensure that you have peace of mind.

Our Team

We take pride in our carers who are fully trained, trustworthy, and experienced. We match them with you based on their preferences, interests, and hobbies. This is done to ensure the creation of a mutual genuine bond. Our cares go through rigorous evaluations to check if they meet our standards. They are expected to provide friendly, passionate, and consistent care that will improve your quality of life.

Our Carers

  • Are fully trained to take care of the elderly
  • Have professional certifications
  • Have no criminal record Have excellent references

  • We check in with you regularly to see if you are getting the best care from them from your assigned carer. If there is a need, they will go through more training to make sure that they provide you with quality care.