We understand that having a support network in place is essential for people who have been diagnosed with terminal conditions. Hospitals and care homes are not the only option; tailored one-to-one care enables palliative care at home to be delivered right through to the final stages of life. We understand that this is a highly emotional time for clients and their families and our carers assist with the practical aspects of daily life, as well as provide emotional support which is so important at this time.
Our professional carers receive training in how to care and support clients approaching the end of life, supporting both medical and social care needs. We also work with nurses to ensure that our holistic service is tailored to support any complex medical procedures which may arise. Our extensive care planning process is designed to promote comfort and dignity, attending to a person’s needs and wishes.
Supported by our specialist nurse and our central senior management team (who are also nursing professionals), our professional care teams support clients with nursing care at home. All our professional caregivers are qualified to manage medications and support with a number of complex medical interventions.
We understand that complex medical care can require equipment and other adaptations to the home. Our dedicated Home and Complex Care Team Leader will not only liaise with doctors and Community nurses but also extended multi-disciplinary team. Our specialist nurse, dedicated central team, and team will support our professional carers to ensure holistic and multi-disciplinary care is in place.
- Dedicated care team led by care manager
- Full assessment before care starts
- Bespoke and flexible care plan
- Specialist support and expertise - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with full afterhours service/support
- Liaising with GP’s and other professionals involved in care provision
- Meal planning and household/domestic tasks
- Social activities and lifestyle enhancement