Adult care services

There can be many reasons why adult care is required. Our comprehensive service means we can respond quickly to any situation, however complex.

Spinal injury

We provide specialist nurses and HCAs with specific experience in caring for clients who’ve suffered a spinal injury. Our team members can facilitate an earlier discharge home from hospital as well as provide ongoing homecare, allowing their client to access the community as much as possible.

Providing high-quality nursing and attention to detail, adult care may involve escorting clients to and from appointments or social activities, administering medication or assisting them with daily living including manual handling and personal homecare.

Brain injury

We have trained staff that can help clients with newly acquired brain injuries as well as those who have been living with a brain injury for a while. We can facilitate an early discharge home from hospital, help clients stay as mobile as possible, administer medication and accessing the community.

Post-operative support

Most people are keen to return to the comfort of their own home as soon as possible following an operation. Our team of expert nurses will liaise with all professionals involved in their client’s care to ensure a safe discharge home and then ongoing adult care for as long as necessary. We’ll assist with wound care, dressing changes, injections, assistance with personal care and also provide valuable companionship.

End of life

End of life care requires a special kind of dedication. Our experienced nurses provide support to both the client and their loved ones. Working alongside families, the community and hospital medical teams they’ll provide consistent adult care and be a source of comfort through this very difficult time.

Home help

Whether already at home or planning their discharge from hospital, we can help make the transition more comfortable for our clients. From 24/7 care to ad hoc visits, our comprehensive database allows us access to nurses and healthcare assistants who are available for and interested in working all types of shift patterns.

As well as liaising with all professional parties involved in their client’s care, our nurses can help with personal care, general mobility, administering medicine, blood pressure readings, meal preparation, outings and general companionship.

Home dialysis

Working alongside a client’s dedicated dialysis hospital, we can arrange for specialist nurses to visit their home if they’re unable to attend inpatient appointments. All documentation is shared safely between all parties to ensure satisfaction and commitment to the care plan and treatment we provide.

Mental health

We have more than 700 mental health nurses at our disposal, covering a wide range of specialisms. Our team can select the most appropriate nurses and tailor a package to suit the clinical requirements of all types of patients. Whether providing daily drop-in support or a round-the-clock package, our nurses will work alongside all parties involved to ensure they provide safe and compassionate nursing at home.

Our mental health provision includes mental health nurses and community psychiatric nurses across many different specialties including learning difficulties, dementia, Alzheimer’s, drug and alcohol use, eating disorders and rehabilitation from prison.

Flight or travel escort

Travelling overseas with any type of condition or injury can be challenging and often stressful. Our trained nurses and healthcare assistants will take some of the pressure off those who are travelling and their family members. We can also assist with travel insurance and visas if required.

Live in (UK and overseas)

For clients looking for support 24/7, a live-in care option should be considered. Our live-in nurses and carers are experienced in working in a homecare environment, and are respectful of and able to manage personal and professional boundaries. With such a commitment, we will obviously invest significant time learning about the client and their family situation in order to ensure we place the most suitable person in their home.

Drop ins

If a nurse or carer is only required for a short period of time, a ‘drop in’ shift may be best for you. We can assist with medication administration, IV antibiotics, dressing changes, wound care, injections such as insulin and more.