Our Elderly Care Services

We have processes to ensure our staff are well trained and are kept abreast of industry regulatory changes. We are passionate about providing professional care to our service users. Our services are underpinned by well developed processes and are provided using the framework set by the UK Government regulatory bodies.

Live In care

More and more families are turning to Live in Care, as it is not only cheaper but ensure people retain independence and gain a new companion. A dedicated, carefully selected/vetted and fully trained professional Carer moves into the home and is always on hand 24/7 to provide care

Meal preparation

Support with meal preparation and feeding for the service user to a basic standard of cookery competence in line with the cultural and medical needs of the service user’s diet. Support will include the following; cooking ready meals in the microwave/oven, cooking fresh meals, making sandwiches, serving snacks or fruits

Personal Care

Washing (strip wash)/bathing/showering, shaving of face using electric shaver or a shaving stick, cleaning of teeth or dentures, cream application (both prescribed and moisturiser), grooming (washing, brushing/combing of hair), dressing, catheter bags and changing night and day bags as required, emptying/changing colostomy bags.

Medication Support

Medication Support will include the following; reminding service user to take medication, checking that medication has been taken, bringing medicines in their original containers to service user for self-administration, dispensing medication from a dispenser as prepared by a pharmacist, removal of pills,

Respite Care

Whether it’s covering a holiday, a short break, or needed urgently because of sickness or a family emergency, we can provide the much-needed Carer to offer one-to-one care. Respite care at home is suitable for people who suffer from a short-term or long-term illness, have Alzheimer’s or dementia, struggle

Waking / Sleeping Night

Sleeping Night Carers stay with you throughout the night on standby, but asleep. They can wake to provide small amounts of assistance such as in and out of bed, toileting and preparing light snacks during the night, or simply providing reassurance and a calm presence.

Companionship

Companionship care varies significantly from one person to the other but generally aims to reduce or prevent loneliness in an elderly person who might otherwise become isolated. This type of care can vary from several hours a day to just a few hours a week and can make a huge difference to the day-to-day

Long Hours

This is a bespoke service designed to provide care for clients in their home for a set number of hours daily, weekly or monthly. We have found there are clients who do not necessarily want a Live in care, but want a block of hours for a Care Worker to come in and provide services.