Personal Care: Tasks involve bathing, feeding and assistance with dressing, toileting/ incontinence management, meal preparation, manual handling and administering of medication. Length of visits could begin with a minimum of three hours and could be extended depending on the needs of the client.
Night Sleep in service: Provided to clients who may dislike the idea of being alone during the night. This would involve sleeping at the residence of the client, providing them with the reassurance that they are not alone whilst they sleep. They may also request assistance during the night.
Live-in care: Care on your terms, to your schedule in familiar, relaxed surroundings. Supported by a fully Live in care allows you or your loved ones to stay at home and enjoy one-to- one full time trained Live-in Carer who works to an individually designed care plan, many people find this one-to- one personal home care service ideal.
This assists in ruling out the option of placing the client in an extended family home or unfamiliar environment which may cause distress rather than happiness.
Respite care: Provided to carers who may need to be relieved of their duties continually caring for a loved one.
Working night —duty: Carers provided care and assistance during the night.
Domestic services and general support: Domestic services can provide assistance with nutrition, often through basic support tasks like accompanied shopping and helping prepare meals, whilst at the same time helping the individual to retain or regain key skills themselves. Choosing how to handle the care of a loved one in their later years is a difficult decision; you want to do what's best for your family. There is no right or wrong, every family situation is different.
Day companionship service: Providing companionship to clients to prevent loneliness and isolation.
Social escorting: Providing one-off trips when clients need to be escorted to the hospital, shopping, the theatre, travelling etc. Palliative Care: For clients who may be suffering from incurable conditions, and may require end-of —life support in their homes.