All of our Care Workers are qualified and trained to Care Certificate standard. Care Workers receive ongoing training which is carried out throughout
Apart from helping people with all aspects of their daily lives, it is our aim to ensure that people are comfortable in their own homes. This means c
It is a pivotal aspect of our organisational values to ensure that we provide the best quality of care to service user. We achieve this by communicat
We ensure our service users are safe at all times. Our monitoring system allows us to receive alerts for each and every task and all visits. Meaning n
RESPITE CARE (SHORT BREAKS)
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
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.
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.
The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language.
We provide live-in Homecare Workers who will provide the assistance and support necessary to continue with a Service User’s chosen lifestyle in their own home.
We have access to sufficient Homecare Workers registered with us, to ensure immediate service delivery when and where required.