24-hour Live-in Care
We deliver 24-hour home care services not only to older people, but also to younger adults, including people with mental health needs and individuals living with chronic diseases such as MS, motor neurone disease or disability resulting from accidents. We work in partnership with health professionals to develop a 24 hour package of support, enabling people to live more independently at home.
There are over 16,000 people under 65 with Dementia in the UK. They represent millions of families with loved ones who require special care. A carers undergo a training programme which provides them with the latest in dementia care and home care techniques, so you can be assured your loved ones are being cared for by a trusted professional. We aim to provide improve support both dementia sufferers and their relatives / carers by maintaining a safe environment, providing nutritious meals, providing mind stimulating exercises, creating social interaction, supervising daily activities, managing challenging behaviours.
We provide person-centred support and believe the quality of life is as important as the care that we deliver. Our supported living home care services are aimed at people with varying degrees of learning disabilities, physical disabilities and complex needs. Our services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and a care and support package can include night sitting. All our Services are flexible and can be tailored to meet your individual needs.
When you are due an admission to hospital for treatment we will assess your care needs required to enable you to get back to normal. We will assess your care needs with the other professionals and facilitate your discharge from hospital. We will provide a suitable tailored package. Our live in carers will assist you to hospital appointments and GPS.
Our services enable service users to lead fulfilling lives in their own homes with independence, choice and control over their daily activities by delivering person centred care and achieving positive outcomes. Helping service users to engage little and often so that they build up experiences of success and increase their motivation. Each package of care is continually reviewed by you, your carer and social and health care professionals to achieve the best possible outcome for you. A team of experienced staff is specifically recruited to meet the needs of each individual service user, taking into consideration age, gender and cultural needs.