Nursing and Care at Home
At home in familiar surroundings, with access to friends, family and colleagues we all feel more comfortable, relaxed and secure.
Regardless of whether your illness or injury is acute or chronic, whether you are confined to bed, partially mobile or just slightly incapacitated, nursing and care at home will make all the difference.
Common needs for care
We care for people in many ways ranging from a one hour visit, for example to administer drugs or change a dressing, to daily visits of variable hours and 24 hour live-in care.
As home care providers who work with multidisciplinary healthcare and associated teams, we are able to arrange home visits for our clients from a broad selection of practitioners, therapists, nurses, and even hairdressers.
Here are just some of the situations for which we provide nursing and care
- 24 hour care at home or live-in home care
- Assisting with personal care e.g. bathing, dressing
- Administrative assistance e.g. banking, bill paying, arranging maintenance and repairs
- Day to day chores e.g. light household tasks, shopping, cooking, pet care
- Trips out e.g. to the hairdressers, church, family visits, doctor's appointments, the theatre
- Clinical procedures, e.g. dressings, taking blood, intra-venous therapy, ear syringing
- Holiday companionship
- Respite care for relatives
- Post-accident care
- Post-operative recovery
- Post plastic surgery
- Sports injury recovery and rehabilitation
- Addiction recovery
- All forms of dementia
- Degenerative diseases
- End of life care
- Nursing or care for visitors from abroad including those staying in hotels
Please note, we are not registered to provide nursing or care for the following groups:
- Those needing maternity care or nursing
- Children under 18 years of age
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All of the people we spoke to were extremely satisfied with the quality of service and felt safe receiving care. They all said they were treated respectfully by the care workers who understood the need to have their rights, dignity and privacy maintained.”
CQC inspection report July 2013