If you, or a loved one are of an advanced age, or find performing everyday tasks difficult due to an illness, injury or disability our home care visits can provide the extra support needed to live independently at home.
The benefits of care in the home can be far reaching, we can help with tasks, such as;
Our Care Workers can make your daily routine that much easier. Visiting care doesn’t just provide assistance, it can also improve self-esteem by increasing independence and reducing your reliance on relatives
Companionship care is a popular choice for those looking to spend quality time doing the things they enjoy. This may include going on outings and spending time in the community for people who are less mobile and living alone.
For anyone looking for some company on a regular basis, it is always more enjoyable to share with another person, be that a meal, a cup of tea or a good conversations.
A companionship care service can extend to provide support for longer periods of time for such activities as gong on holidays and breaks away.
Dementia Care at Home
Over 800,000 people in the UK have a form of dementia, and 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 will have the condition. Almost everybody will know of someone with dementia.
Its important that the right support and care is available for those who have dementia, and for those who are living with or caring for a loved one with dementia. Through our dementia care service, we support people with dementia to continue living at home safely.
We also support their families through what is a tough time. Our staff are trained to deal with the challenging behaviours that may come with dementia progression with care, compassion and professionalism.
End of Life Care
Coping with a terminal illness is one of the most difficult challenges life can throw at you. We make a commitment to help you and your loved ones cope during this difficult time, by offering a professional and empathetic end of life service.
Our care team can make your final days that much more comfortable and lessen the strain on relatives. It also enables you to remain at home, in familiar surroundings, with your family at your side. The advantages of remaining at home are:
There are over a million people in the UK who care for a loved one on a full time basis. This can be a physically and mentally demanding role, even for someone who has been doing it for many years.
As an informal or family carer most of your time and energy is spent caring and supporting a loved one. It is important for you to take regular breaks. By using respite care you can take time out for yourself and enjoy a rest.
We are able to provide respite care, allowing family members or carers to have a break. This can last anything from a few days to several weeks and allows carers to return to their duties feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.
Our team takes pride in a friendly, sympathetic approach and we will ensure that the Care Worker is suitably matched to provide the best possible support.
Home from Hospital
Our home from hospital service enables hospital outpatients to recover comfortably at home following serious illness or injury.
We understand that illness and injury can put an incredible strain on the body and that the quality of care received during the recovery process is extremely important to your long-term health.
By providing high quality care we can reduce the risk of complications and enable you to concentrate on your recovery. Our home from hospital support includes assistance with tasks that are either impossible or difficult to do until you recover.
Live in Care
A live in service provides around the clock care for adults and the elderly who may need this level of support to continue living in their own home and community. We provide you with your own, dedicated live in care worker who is always available in your own home to help you, day and night. Here are some examples of how live in care can support: