Personal Care & Support in Your Own Home
Benefits of Staying in Your Own Home
We specialise in providing full time, one to one support. Our highly trained handpicked carers are truly passionate about caring and only providing the highest levels of care. Through our carers we are able to ensure personalised attention and support at all times.
From companionship through to personal care and to higher level care needs, our carers can support anyone to stay at home. We understand the importance of promoting and maintaining regular routines and preferences, including trips out and mealtime choices.
We are proud of our award winning care team, without them we would not have the reputation that we are so proud to have today. Empathy, compassion, skill and commitment are just some of the attributes we ensure all of our carers have.
Services You Can Get at Your Own Home
- Assistance with dressing/undressing – getting up in the morning and preparing for bed at night
- Assistance with bathing, showering and washing
- Assistance with skin care, washing hair and cleaning teeth
- Assistance with bed bathing
- Assistance with toileting and use of incontinence aids
- Assistance with medication and health related duties (in accordance with the written Care Plan)
- Night sleepover or sitting service and day sitting services
- Assisting with the feeding
- Companionship, social skills, social interaction
- Reminiscing and mental awareness stimulation
- Letter writing, reading and managing correspondence
- Escorting to medical and social appointments
- Escorting to educational/employment establishments
- Participation in hobbies
- Walking and traveling
- Assisting with an agreed programme of convalescence/rehabilitation
- Assisting with budgeting and finances
- Support to maintain tenancies
- General supported living assistance
- The preparation of food, shopping, cooking, washing up and menu planning
- Cleaning and general routine household tasks
- Laundry (including incontinence laundry)
All tasks carried out by Care Workers will be agreed and set out in writing in the Care Plan/Contract.
Who the service is aimed to make provision for:
- Older people with a variety of needs
- Adults, younger adults and children with physical disabilities
- Adults, younger adults and children with leaning disabilities
- Adults and younger adults with mental health problems
- Adults, younger adults and children suffering from a disease(s) or other medical conditions.
Where the services can be provided:
- In a person’s own home
- Sheltering housing scheme
- Extra care housing scheme
- Day centres
- Care homes