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Making your Life at Home Comfortable

Years of experience in managing homecare services mean that we understand why a service tailored to meet your needs is crucial. We understand that everyone wants to be respected and their dignity placed at the forefront of the service they receive. We also understand that everyone wants a service that is truly dependable, is of a high quality and a service that is able to change to suit their needs as time goes by and these needs change.

This means a passionate and high quality workforce with adequate training and expertise when you need it, part of what makes us one of the leading home care providers in the UK.

Our Vision

We underpin our day to day activities with a vision and our values which give a glimpse of who we are and what drives us in what we do and how we do it.

Our vision is to ensure the physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of the entire community, through giving people choice, improving independence and giving everyone the dignity and respect they are entitled to as an individual.

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Explore Our Top Services

Standard Homecare

Standard homecare aims to support individuals with activities of daily living

This service is aimed at supporting individuals to either regain or relearn lost skills and abilities or to help individuals gain new skills, whilst living at home. This enables them to achieve a higher quality of life, personal goals and live as independently as possible.

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Palliative Care

This service is at times referred to as end of life care.

This service is aimed at supporting individuals to either regain or relearn lost skills and abilities or to help individuals gain new skills, whilst living at home. This enables them to achieve a higher quality of life, personal goals and live as independently as possible.

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Enablement Care

This service is aimed at supporting individuals to either regain or relearn lost skills and abilities or to help individuals gain new skills, whilst living at home. This enables them to achieve a higher quality of life, personal goals and live as independently as possible.

The service also aims to help individuals live in the way they may have lived before their condition deteriorated and aims to reduce or prolong the need for care where this is achievable. In this respect our staff are trained in supporting individuals to achieve and retain skill sets, we refer to this type of knowledge as ‘enablement competencies.’An example of how this service supports individuals, is where an individual has been discharged from hospital following a hip operation. The six weeks following the operation tend to be a very difficult time, with a lot of support being required to ensure that recovery progresses in the right direction.

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Complex Care Service

Condition or a combination of conditions that collectively make care requirements enhanced or comple...

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Mental Health

This service aims to provide individuals with mental health problems and dementia.People with a learning disability tend to take longer to learn and may need support to develop new skills, understand complex information and interact with other people. The level of support someone needs depends on individual factors, including the severity of their learning disability.

This service is aimed at supporting individuals to either regain or relearn lost skills and abilities or to help individuals gain new skills, whilst living at home. This enables them to achieve a higher quality of life, personal goals and live as independently as possible.

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Learning Disabilities

This condition is normally described as a reduced intellectual ability and difficulty with everyday activities – for example household tasks, socialising or managing money – which affects someone for their whole life.People with a learning disability tend to take longer to learn and may need support to develop new skills, understand complex information and interact with other people. The level of support someone needs depends on individual factors, including the severity of their learning disability.

For example, someone with a mild learning disability may only need support with things like getting a job. However, someone with a severe or profound learning disability may need full-time care and support with every aspect of their life – they may also have physical disabilities.People with certain specific conditions can have a learning disability too. For example, people with Down’s syndrome and some people with autism have a learning disability. The term Learning disability is often confused with dyslexia and mental health problems.Mental health problems can affect anyone at any time and may be overcome with treatment, which is not true of learning disabilities. With the right support, most people with a learning disability can lead independent lives.

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Everything we do is driven by our universal mission: to enhance the lives of aging adults and their families.
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