Complete care packages
Our care packages are tailored - no two care plans are the same, because no two people are the same. Perhaps you need care to help you after an operation, or maybe it's to support you with longer-term health issues. We will work with you to give you the support you need, and to help you achieve the things that matter to you.
Below are just some of the ways we could help you.
If you feel anxious sometimes about being at home on your own, we can give you the support you need to maintain your independence and increase your safety. We can provide:
- a range of alerts and sensors, connecting you to 24 hour support
- home safety checks, such as testing your fire and smoke alarms
- regular visits from support workers to check on your wellbeing.
We can support you to plan, prepare and shop for meals - helping you to make healthy choices about your food while staying independent. Our support workers can also help with hospital discharge arrangements and medication reminders, as well as checking on your wellbeing when they visit you. With their support, issues can be dealt with before they become more serious.
If you find that you can't easily get out on your own, you might feel isolated from friends and family. Our support workers can help you stay connected with the people that matter to you, as well as your hobbies and interests. We can help with going to the shops, accompanying you to medical appointments and making sure you can do the things that you enjoy, like going to the football, visiting the library or keeping up with your favourite hobby.
Managing your home
Running a home and keeping on top of everything can be a challenge. Our support workers can help with:
- Getting up and dressed
- Cleaning, washing, laundry and daily household chores
- Money management, including advising on bills and benefits.
Freeing up family time
Our care services provide independence, dignity and respect. We can't replace the support of family and friends, but we can enhance it. We realise that care can be a worry - and that it often falls to the person who lives closest. With a tailored combination of care and support, we can help families spend more quality time together, rather than having to think about medication reminders or tasks around the house.