This is about protecting your lifestyle. Enabling you to continue living the life you want in the comfort of your own surroundings. You might need extra help around the house, maybe support to avoid any falls, or simply a little bit of companionship.
Getting to know you is really important. We build a detailed picture of how you like to live and what sort of activities you participate in, to ensure we provide the right caregiver to support you in your home.
Our services offer flexibility so you receive the appropriate level of support for your needs. It could be a half-hour visit during the day, two to three hours a day or a complete live-in care package. We can adjust the service to suit you.
Helping you from one day to the next
As we get older some of our routine daily tasks will become a bit more difficult to complete. It certainly doesn’t have to result in you giving up the family home. All you really need is a little additional support to make life a bit easier.
All our caregivers are trained to ensure you maintain as much independence as you want. They will not take over tasks you want to do but provide support where needed. Always able to put your mind at rest and safe in the knowledge you have a trained carer who will be there if an emergency does arise.
“I would not be without my carers. They do so much for me, nothing is too much bother. They are more like family, wouldn’t be here now if it wasn’t for 2 of them. They are always very friendly. I can’t express what they mean to me. Love them all.”
— B. Bellamy
Where help can be targeted
There are quite a few daily tasks a caregiver will either help you with or undertake for you.
A wide range of household tasks from dusting, hoovering to laundry. You can decide to help alongside our caregivers or simply have a chat as they work away.
All part of getting up in the morning and going to bed at night. Support for you to take a shower or have a bath as well as getting dressed. If mobility is one of your challenges, we can help.
So often a sociable time of the day but it can also be a lonely time. You can decide with your caregiver what to eat then prepare and cook the meal together.
Something as simple as having a companion in your own home for a chat or to share hobbies with can be a real help. We can pop down to the local shop for food or a newspaper so you don’t have to bother.