If you have complex medical needs and fear that home care may not be suitable, we’re here to help. Our experienced full time clinical leads – a Consultant Admiral Nurse and an Occupational Therapist - are both expert in a range of conditions.
TYPES OF CARE AVAILABLE
We know how worrying and stressful it can be when faced with the realisation that a loved one or family member needs extra care and support to continue living independently at home. That’s why we are here to provide care and companionship at a time when you need it most. We offer a variety of flexible home care arrangements, all of which can be tailored to suit your own unique care needs. Our care is highly adaptive, evolving as your needs change.
Here is a look at some of the types of home care we can arrange:
Live-in care provides consistency and continuity of care from a trained professional carer who will live in your home and provide you with care and support. By receiving highly-personalised care at home, your loved one can avoid the distress of moving into a care home while still maintaining their independence and lifestyle.
Respite care can provide a family carer with a much-needed break from caring for a loved one either during the day or night, or can be used as an opportunity to see how live-in care works and whether live-in care is right for you.
Short-term care following hospital discharge or for those needing post-operative rehabilitation or stroke care.
Complex care of medical and specialist conditions like dementia, Parkinson’s, or Multiple Sclerosis.
The personal approach we take to live-in dementia care has been shown to vastly improve quality of life, as well as offering great peace of mind for families.