Julia O’Boy

Julia O'Boy

Julia says ‘I started my career as a cadet nurse, which was a truly life-changing experience and made me realise that being a nurse and caring for people is such a special vocation. During my 30 years of nursing, I have been a district nurse and worked as a hospice nurse manager. Most recently I worked as a project manager focusing on patient safety within the Primary Care Trust. 

I believe that people are entitled to receive high quality, safe, person-centred, compassionate care, at all times. As a carer myself I know how difficult it can be caring for a loved one without the right type of help and support.’ At Absolute, we share the same values and high standards, and our vision is for Absolute to be the best home care service provider in Kent. Our mission is to provide professional and flexible home-based care and support to the highest standard which promotes dignity and choice for clients and their carers.

We are all united in our vision to be the best home care providers and we are committed to making sure your needs and wishes are met at all times.


State Registered Nurse, BSc (Hons) Professional Practice (Nursing), Diploma in Professional Practice (Nursing), District Nurse Certificate, English National Board Teaching and Assessing, Advanced Communication Skills.


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Please find the answers to some of your frequently asked questions. However if you would like to ask us in person please do not hesitate to call on 01732 897490.

What do you charge per hour for care ?
The price would depend on the outcome of the assessment and what type of care is required.
Do you charge for the initial assessment ?
Yes, we charge a one-off payment of £30. This covers the time of a thorough assessment, including physical, psychological, social and financial needs.
Can I choose the carers?
During the initial assessment we will try to make the right choice of carer for you from the start. We know how important it is to have trust and confidence in the person looking after you. We understand how important it is to feel comfortable about inviting someone into your home. We would welcome comments at any time if you were unhappy for whatever reason with the carer assigned to you.
What training do your carers receive?
Our carers receive thorough induction training. They will have annual Moving and Handling, Health and Safety, Infection Control, Food Hygiene, Fire Awareness, Medication, Adult Protection, Dementia, Nutrition and End of Life Care. All carers are fully competent before going into clients homes alone


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