Whilst promoting independence wherever possible Hope Homecare ensures dignity is maintained at all times.
• Assistance with bedtime/morning routines
• Bathing or showering
• Oral hygiene care
• Incontinence care/bathroom assistance
• Dressing assistance
• Walking and transferring/wheelchair/walker/cane assistance
• Medication reminders
• Eating and feeding assistance
• Assist with emergency monitoring systems
If assistance is needed with meal preparation – Homecare Workers will offer choices, to ensure your dietary and nutritional needs are fully met.
• Meal and menu planning
• Grocery shopping
• Preparing, cooking and serving meals
• Special dietary restrictions
• Assistance with eating
• Washing and putting away
All our staff are fully trained in food hygiene.
Our Homecare Workers can provide vital assistance in:
• Taking your medication
• Ordering of prescriptions
• Liasing with chemists with ordering of medication
• Collecting prescriptions
• Liasing with doctors/district nurses and other medical professionals
• Monitoring of medications
All our staff provide medication prompts.
Over 800,000 people in the UK currently live with dementia, with over a third living in their own homes.
When a person with dementia finds that their mental abilities are declining, they often feel vulnerable and in need of reassurance and support.
Hope Homecare provides:
• Homecare Workers who have experience in dementia
• Staff who have completed dementia training
• Plenty of stimulating activities
• Lots of social interaction
We understand that care needs can change, and sometimes you need additional support in an emergency or so that your carer can take a break.
We can provide Homecare Workers for a short break to allow the Service User’s family and carers to go on holiday, and know that their loved one is looked after, as an alternative to residential care.
Service Users may wish to use Respite Care to trial live-
We can deliver Homecare Workers for as little as 12 hours to cover whilst a regular carer has a short break.
We provide Live-
Waking Night means the Homecare Worker is on call at all times during the night and is awake, alert and ensuring that the Service User is sleeping or resting or at least safe, sound and secure.
Night Sleeper means the Homecare Worker is on duty in the Service User’s home. The Service User may call on the Homecare Worker during the night. The Service User will provide a bed for the Carer. Our shifts are 10.00pm to 8.00am.