This type of service type provides personal care for people living in their own homes. The needs of people using the services may vary greatly, but packages of care are designed to meet individual circumstances.
The person is visited at various times of the day or, in some cases, care is provided over a full 24-hour period. Where care is provided intermittently throughout the day, the person may live independently of any continuous support or care between the visits.
Get in touch to find out more about our Domiciliary Care Service.
We Assist with a simple ‘good morning’ start to the day, helping you to get up, wash, shower, or bathe, get dressed, and have breakfast along with the following:
24-hour live-in care service could be the most reliable and cost-effective solution for you. Our live-in care service means your beloved one can get the care and support they need right in the comfort and security of their own home. We can provide a carer matched to the needs of your beloved one who would stay with them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We carefully handpick live-in carers who are suited to meet the needs of your beloved one and at the same time helping to promote and maintain their independence. We cater to a wide range of personal requirements, conditions, and circumstances. Whether you want companionship and some help around your home or perhaps more specialised care for serious conditions like People with Disabilities, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, or Parkinson’s or recuperating from major surgery. Contact us to find out more about our Domiciliary Care Services.
Adults may be placed in Adult Residential Facilities because of a disability, often a mental disability which makes them unable to care for their daily needs. Various forms of long-term residential care are available for elderly people and young people over 18 years of age. They may choose to fix their own meals or have meals provided, or some combination of both. Many residential facilities are designed to care for residents who do not need 24-hour nursing care but are unable to live independently. These are typically in providing a furnished or unfurnished room depending on residents’ choice in a shared house, together with all meals and housekeeping and laundry service. Depending on the needs of the resident, we also provide assistance with daily activities such as personal hygiene, dressing, eating, and walking. These are not considered to be medical facilities, but they do have to meet state standards for care and safety.
This service type provides a range of health care staff (e.g. nurses or allied health professionals) other than doctors to people who need health care support in their own home, in community settings, or in development/rehabilitation units. The care provided may be short- or long-term and meet acute or chronic health care needs. The services may help people to live independently in the community and are directly responsible for the quality of the care and support provided by the staff they supply and do not include employment agencies.
Hospital Step Down Beds
We provide core GP services and community NHS services, for example, district nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, mental health counseling, homecare, and ‘step-down beds’ (for patients discharged from a hospital but not quite ready to care for themselves at home). These are patients also waiting for their social care packages or health care packages to be ready for extra nursing to facilitate a safer return home.