The types of care we offer
More and more families are choosing live-in care over residential care for loved ones with dementia. This is because it avoids the change in routines and environments that can be very daunting and upsetting to someone living with dementia.
With specialist support through live-in care, your loved one can stay in the home they know and love, with a carer who becomes a familiar and friendly face.
See how your loved one can be supported at home by contacting the UK’s leading home care provider that are specialists in dementia.
Many people with more complex healthcare needs may not know that it’s possible to continue living at home, thinking their only option is a hospice or residential care. In fact, with clinical expertise and fully trained carers, safe, flexible and responsive care is available in your own home.
A nurse-led, live-in care service is available for people with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease, an acquired brain injury or even following a stroke or spinal injury. Trained one-on-one by registered nurses, carers can support with continence care, peg-feeding tubes, ventilator care and other clinical interventions.
A nursing care provider works in conjunction with clinical commissioning groups and a network of case managers and solicitors. This enables people to have the greatest choice and independence at home.
Get in touch today to arrange a free consultation with our nursing care team to see how we can support you.
With care at home, you benefit from the one-to-one attention of a live-in carer. The service is built entirely around your needs, and is for anyone who wants to stay at home while receiving the treatment they need. For example, this could be for recuperation, convalescence or rehabilitation.
Find out more about how domiciliary care can benefit you.
Overnight care is designed to ease anxiety about being alone at night. It could be for help with going to the toilet, taking medicine or moving position in bed.
Get in touch to discuss your overnight care needs.
Caring for a loved one can be both physically and emotionally demanding. That’s why it’s so important to also look after yourself. With respite care, a carer looks after your loved one while you take a much-deserved break, whether that’s for two days, two weeks or even longer.
Get in touch to tell us what you need and find the best option for you.
When a loved one is affected by a terminal illness, a live-in carer can provide the specialist support you need to make the most of your time together, at the most difficult of times.
Call today to discuss your palliative care needs.
Things don’t always go according to plan and circumstances can change suddenly. For example, care may be needed after a last-minute discharge from hospital, immediately after an accident or if an existing carer is unable to provide support.
A large nationwide provider of home care is able to react quickly to these emergency situations. It’s possible to arrange for care to start within as little as 24 hours, or even sooner in a crisis.
Call us today if you need to arrange home care in a hurry. Our friendly team is here to take your call seven days a week.
Whether it’s an extra pair of hands around the house or assisting with cooking meals, administering medication, running errands and keeping on top of household chores, elderly care helps you or your loved one to stay at home.
More specialist support is available too. A trained carer can support with conditions such as dementia, Parkinson’s and life after a fall, spinal injury or stroke. All live-in carers are trained in using hoists and helping someone to move safely around the home.
The constant care and companionship that a live-in carer can offer can be so important to an elderly person living on their own. Sharing meals together, watching a favourite TV programme or having a chat over a cup of tea – sometimes these small things can make all the difference.
Drop us a line today to see how a live-in carer can support you.
People of all ages can benefit from the assistance of a carer. Whether it’s a student completing college or university studies, or an adult who needs support at work, a carer – sometimes called a personal assistant – can help you to live the way you want.
For home care that works around lifestyle and needs, get in touch today.