Nursing Care (Level-3)

Care for a range of health conditions

There are long-term health conditions that require specialist care support. These can vary depending on what you need which is why our service remains flexible. We provide level-3 nursing care which will cover a number of circumstances.

The first step is to create a specific Care Plan for your needs. This will enable us to provide the right level of support for you which will include medical, personal care and help with mobility.

Cerebral palsy care

A condition that affects your movement and co-ordination. The extend to which it can impact your daily life will vary. Providing regular daily support or live-in care will help you remain in your own home.

We also recognise there are other specialists supporting you such as doctors, physiotherapists and occupational health. Our aim is to work together and ensure you have everything you need. Often giving feedback to the relevant health professional should your condition change.

Multiple sclerosis care

For many this a progressive condition that can affect your arm or leg movements, balance, vision as well as chronic fatigue. How it progresses is different for each individual but with targeted home care your condition can be managed.

You may just need daily visits to help with routine activities such as personal care, shopping and household activities. If needed we can also provide live-in care. It’s really important to find you a carer who is compatible with you. Companionship is just as important. Being able to cook and eat meals together will help maintain a healthy outlook.

Cancer care

It may seem as though we all know someone who has been affected by cancer. Either a family member or a friend. Once a diagnosis has been made there is so much to think about. Which is why you can rely on Mega Resources to help you through these difficult times.

The level of support you need can vary considerably. Our care givers are focussed on helping everyone involved. Activities will include personal care, a range of housekeeping tasks and support post-chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Anything you need to allow you to spend as much quality time as you want with loved ones. We also have care givers who are trained in palliative care should you need it.

Physical injuries

Suffering a physical injury as the result of an accident will mean you need extra support at home. The level of help required will depend on the type of injury and how it affects your mobility. Using SMART objectives we will work with you to ensure the relevant Care Plan is put in place for your needs. To make sure you achieve a positive outcome.

In some instances the Occupational Health Therapist will not allow you home until a care package is in place. We will work together to give you the right support and keep you safe in your own home. Providing you with added reassurance at a time when you may feel vulnerable.

Bariatric care

If your health is being adversely affected due to obesity, surgery might be the only option. For any operation of this type, care at home is a critical part of the support you will need. This may extend to pre and post-operative care, all of which our care givers are trained to deliver.

In our experience this is as much about supporting you along your journey as it is looking after your medical needs. A change of lifestyle is recommended after the surgery and our care givers can support you with this. 

Primarily it’s about looking after you post-operation to ensure there is no infection, blood clots or internal bleeding. But also providing you with motivation and reassurance for the next step. We will support you when talking to nutritionists and following the diet plan whilst undertaking a new exercise regime.

Care for the blind

From complete to partial sight loss as well as visual impairment we provide you with support in your home. This is a condition that can affect people of all ages which means each individual’s care needs are different. For many, it can be a life-changing situation but with a little help from us you can continue to live life to the full.

You may need help through a period of adjustment to allow you to become re-acquainted with a familiar place. Maybe longer-term support is required to help with daily tasks. Our care givers are trained to keep you in control and safe from any dangers. This can be delivered through visiting care or live-in care, whichever is best for your needs.

Support for the hard of hearing

Losing your hearing can be a very isolating experience. Everyday sounds that you take for granted are no longer audible. This will have an impact on your ability to live in your own home. But with a little extra support you will be able to adjust and manage.

Our care givers will look for ways to help you cope at home. Communication is quite key so lip-reading or sign language can be invaluable and something our care givers are trained to do. They will always encourage you to remain involved in how you manage your home. Supporting you with a range of housekeeping activities and food shopping.

Learning and disability support

A learning disability will affect how you understand and communicate information. Coping with independent living can be a challenge. We will focus on the outcomes you want to achieve. Which is why we have specially trained care givers who can support you during the day or provide live-in care.

Mega Resources are experienced in working with autism or down syndrome clients. Language, speech and feeling uncomfortable in unfamiliar surroundings can be a challenge. Our care givers provide the support you need to manage these situations. Often working with other healthcare professionals, such as a speech therapist, to develop the skills you need to cope.

Asperger’s syndrome support

As a development disorder an individual with Asperger’s syndrome may have difficulty with social interactions. They can also show restricted, repetitive patterns of behaviour, with an intense focus on a particular interest. This can lead to relationship difficulties as well as education and work-related challenges.

Our care givers understand that someone with Asperger’s will have sensory and physical problems. So, understanding what is required for each individual will be key to building an effective care package.

Defining a daily routine that is strictly adhered to will help reduce anxiety. Whilst recognising there will be a focus on something in particular such as music, colours or computers. All areas that need to be identified and built into your Care Plan.