Our carers treat their elderly clients with the utmost compassion and respect, ensuring their dignity and confidentiality is maintained at all times.
Home help after hospital
We understand that returning home after spending time in hospital can seem daunting. Our staff members are always happy to visit their clients and their families at home or in hospital and spend time working together to devise a tailor-made package of elderly care services.
We’ll assist with personal care, general mobility, medicine administration, blood pressure readings, meal preparation, outings and general companionship. From round-the-clock care to more ad-hoc visits, our comprehensive database contains experienced nurses, healthcare assistants and carers looking for all types of shift patterns.
Some clients, as they mature in years, like to have round-the-clock support and companionship. Our experts are happy to assist with mobility, medication administration and personal care. They’ll also assist with blood pressure checks, manage appointments and many other aspects involved in a daily elderly care routine.
End of life care
End of life care requires a special kind of dedication. Working with our clients, and alongside their loved ones, and any community and clinical professionals involved in their homecare, our experienced nurses provide invaluable professional and compassionate support you through these difficult times.
We have access to over 700 mental health nurses specialising in areas such as learning difficulties, dementia, Alzheimer’s and drug and alcohol use. They’re experienced in helping clients and their family members to get through periods of difficulty.
From daily drop-in support to round-the-clock packages, our team members will work alongside all the professional parties involved in their client’s elderly care services to ensure safe and compassionate support at home.
Clients needing a little extra support rather than full-time elderly care should consider our ‘drop in’ option. We’re happy to work with clients who are still in hospital, in preparation for their discharge, or once they’re already home, to devise a suitable drop in homecare plan.
Many people take a little time to recover fully after surgery, minor or major. Our nurses and healthcare assistants support elderly clients back to health, assisting with injections, wound care, dressing changes or simply by making a cup of tea and having a friendly chat. Prior assessments are not usually necessary which makes the transition home quick and efficient.