Ailsa Response Recruit Experienced Care Professionals to Support Care Providers

Our agency was formed over 25 years ago and have been successfully providing high quality, trained care staff across Central Scotland since.

We pride ourselves in looking after our clients and staff to the best of our ability. Hiring the most experienced staff for the job is our number one goal. All our staff are vetted, trained, experienced (minimum 6 months care experience) and compliant so they, the provider and service users can feel secure knowing that the hard work in the recruiting process has been professionally done.

Recruiting passionate care and support workers, Ailsa Response currently cover:

  • Care homes
  • Care at home
  • Hospitals
  • Secure settings
  • Befriending services

Four Simple Steps to Great Care

  • Contact us at 0141 428 3008 enquire about how we can best support your service with brilliant care staff at great prices.
  • Our friendly office team will respond to your query within 24 hours to share how we can support you. We tailor our agency support dependent on your needs so this initial chat gives us a chance to get to know you and find out how we can help.
  • After our call, we promise to share our care plan for your service, detailing
    • Care colleagues we can offer, hourly rate and key contacts.
  • Within 72 hours of initial contact you can have our helpful care team in your service, offering support where you really need it.

Our Vision

To be the main provider of care for both private and commissioned care at home services across Scotland.

Our Mission

To provide safe and effective person-centered care of the highest quality whilst respecting the dignity and diversity of our service users, their families, and our colleagues.

The Three C's

The three Cs are the blueprint for delivery of our vision and mission statement.


  • Care with compassion

Caring defines us and our work and providing care to people in their own homes is the core business of all of our services. People receiving care expect it to be not only be right for them, but safe, effective and person centered underpinned by robust governance arrangements.  

Compassion underpins how care should be given. Compassion is founded through relationships based on empathy, respect, and dignity.

We expect everyone to have the courage to do the right thing for both the people we care for and one another, speaking up when they have concerns without fear of punitive action.

  • Competence 

Competence means colleagues in all roles having the appropriate care, administrative and technical knowledge to develop the expertise to plan, organise and deliver effective care based on appropriate best practice and evidence.

Central to establishing competence is ensuring all colleagues receive appropriate training and development through a robust learning and development framework.

All colleagues must have the courage develop their levels of competence by embracing innovative new ways of working to push the boundaries of what we can achieve.

  • Culture

Culture is about the way we do things and work together and is founded on a principal that means we do not look to unfairly apportion blame when things go wrong, rather learn from mistakes and incidents, only holding people to account when they have deliberately chosen to act in a way that leads to harm or damage.  

Central to establishing our culture is communication, which is central to successful caring relationships and to effective team working. Listening to people is as important as what we have to say.

Our Promise to Deliver the Three C's

We are determined that the three Cs are translated from paper to practice. To achieve this, we have identified actions we need to take for each aim to progress it. Actions are allocated to senior managers who are responsible for their delivery.