Our Services

People for Whom the Service Is Provided  

The services are provided to people in their own homes, who need help and include:

  • Older people with a variety of needs.

  • Adults, younger adults (over the age of 18) with physical disabilities.

  • Adults and younger with learning disabilities.

  • Adults and younger with mental health problems.

  • Adults and younger adults suffering from a disease(s).

The services include​

Personal Care:
  • Assistance with dressing/undressing – getting up in the morning and preparing for bed at night.

  • Washing, bathing, and dressing.

  • Assistance with skin care, washing hair and cleaning teeth.

  • Nailcare.

  • Shaving, grooming, hair, and make-up.

  • Assistance with toileting and use of incontinence aids.

  • Medication Support and health-related duties.

  • Dietary, Nutrition, and Hydration support – meal and drink preparation and eating.

  • Night sleepover or sitting service and day sitting services.

  • Assistance with mobility needs.

  

Social Care:
  • Escort to appointments, shopping, social events, theatre, cinema, leisure centre, places of worship.

  • Reminiscing and mental awareness stimulation.

  • Letter writing, reading and managing correspondence.

  • Escorting to medical and social appointments.

  • Escorting to educational/employment establishments.

  • Escort to breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

  • Visits to family and friends.

  • Pet care.

  • Participation in hobbies and crafts.

  • Walking, Travelling, and Outings.

  • Assisting with an agreed programme of convalescence/rehabilitation.

  • Assisting with budgeting and finances.

  • Support to maintain tenancies.

  • Supported living services in general.

  • Companionship and conversation.

  • Respite care.

 

Live-in care:
  • Tailored to help you live a better life

  • 24-hour support

  • One-to-one support.

 

Domestic Care:
  • The preparation of food, shopping, cooking, washing up and menu planning.

  • Cleaning and general routine household tasks.

  • Shopping.

  • Pension and prescription collection.

  • Banking and paying bills.

  • Laundry and ironing.

  • Making and changing beds.

  • Pension collection and prescriptions.

  • Assistance with pet care.

 

Palliative Care​
If you need any other support that is not listed, please do not hesitate to contact us today – we will be happy to talk you through our process in further detail.