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Mobility & Frailty

Our home care services support a wide range
of conditions that affect the elderly

Helping you stay safe in the comfort of home

As we get older physical problems such as arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes and heart issues can all affect our mobility, and can lead to us feeling less confident in carrying out our usual day-to-day activities.  However, getting older should not have to mean loss of independence, mobility or a major change in lifestyle and our home care services support any condition that is impacting your ability to live well. 

Our home care is person-centred and designed to ensure our clients remain in control of the service.  We adopt a holistic approach to care that can be provided as a 24-hour live-in care service, day care or short-term respite care.  A comprehensive assessment will often identify areas where some extra support could really make a difference. For example, ensuring eye and dental visits are up to date, putting a management plan in place to reduce the risk of falls without compromising independence, making sure medication is administered exactly as prescribed and that regular medication reviews take place and the monitoring of weight, nutrition and hydration are all areas that we can help with. 

 

Mobility and frailty expertise

All our professional carers complete our comprehensive training programme to ensure they have the expertise to deliver high quality care to those whose independence is impacted by old age. 

  • First aid
  • Medications management
  • Manual handling
  • Personal care
  • The ageing process
  • How to support with common health concerns
  • Food hygiene
  • Nutrition and hydration
  • Falls prevention
  • Specialist care skills 

Specialist nursing and medical care

Supported by our specialist nurse, Dr. Penny Hibberd, our professional care teams support clients with nursing care at home. All our professional carers are qualified to manage and administer medications and support with a number of complex medical interventions.

We understand that complex medical care can require equipment and other adaptations to the home. Our dedicated regional care team will liaise with doctors, district nurses, OTs, physiotherapists and other health and social care professionals, to manage all health care needs to ensure a holistic and multi-disciplinary care plan is in place.

 

Round-the-clock managed service

Our care and support service, suitable for those with mobility/frailty issues can be provided as 24-hour live-in care, day care or a short-term respite service – whatever is right for you and includes: 

  • Dedicated care team led by regional care manager
  • Full assessment before care starts
  • Bespoke and flexible care plan 
  • Specialist support and expertise - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Liaising with GP’s and other professionals involved in care provision
  • Meal planning and household/domestic tasks
  • Social activities and lifestyle enhancement 
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