How We Can Help
Providing high quality care to our clients
We are committed to providing the highest quality care for our clients and supporting them to live independently in their own homes. Through understanding the individual challenges, underlying conditions and wishes of each client we are able to provide support that is truly personalised ensuring dignity and pride.
Depending on those individual needs and wishes this services can include:
Well-Being & Personal Care: Key activities of daily living such as assistance with getting up, washing, bathing and showering, shaving, dressing and grooming, and toileting; medication reminders; and preparation of meals.
Enjoying Later Life: Taking clients out shopping or to an activity such as a coffee morning or a club; providing encouragement and emotional support; bringing articles and information on topics of interest to the client and having a cup of tea and a chat. This can also include help with organising appointments and ensuring medication deliveries are up to date.
Independent Living: including assistance to move safely around the house; washing up; ironing; laundry; light cleaning and errands.
The service is client centred and is designed to fit in with their contact with family and friends, community activities, medical needs and involvement with local organisations.
A growing number of elderly people face the challenge of living with dementia. The increased understanding of the various forms of dementia (the four most common being Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, dementia with lewy bodies and frontotemporal dementia) and how best to support people living with the condition means that remaining in the comfort and familiar environment of ones own home is now more realistic than ever.
Nationwide initiatives such as Dementia Friends are also encouraging greater understanding within the wider community.
By stepping inside our client's world, we are able to provide the tailored dementia care they need. We also support close family to understand better the condition and the best actions they can take to help.
Find out more about our specialist Dementia services:
As we age, our risk of developing some neurological conditions increases. While dementia is increasingly widely recognised, stroke, Parkinson’s disease and motor neurone disease are among the more common neurological conditions that we may develop.
Other long term neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, may have an increased effect on independence when impacted by the ageing process. In all, it is estimated that there are 4.7 million neurological cases in England.
Neurological conditions can have a variety of symptoms, including: difficulties with balance, mobility and co-ordination; sensory changes and chronic pain; and speech, language and memory problems. Maintaining independent living with these symptoms can be a real challenge.
Maximising your physical and cognitive abilities and providing psychological support helps maintain independence, confidence and motivation, good for both your physical and emotional well being. Whether on a journey of rehabilitation or of symptom management, with these conditions care and support often requires specialist therapeutic input.
Find out more about our specialist Neurological services: