Our Services

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Our Home Care Support Workers offer a friendly face.

We provide services in the following sectors:

Caring

  • Elderly
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Mental Health
  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Terminal illness
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Physical & Learning Disabilities
  • Incontinence

You may require help for personal care tasks:

Our sensitive Home Care Support Workers allow you to maintain your independence in a dignified manner. Personal care services may include:

  • Assistance In and out of bed
  • Assistance with toileting
  • Assistance bathing
  • Assistance with washing and dressing / undressing
  • Catheter Care
  • Stoma Care

Other Services Available: -

Caring & Helping with daily things

  • Preparation of meals
  • Overseeing medication
  • General housekeeping duties
  • Laundry duties
  • Shopping
  • Collection of Pensions and Payment of household bills
  • Companionship and Social Activities Organisation
  • Escort Service (Example – To hospital / G.P Appointments etc)
  • Sitting Service

 

Whether you need help everyday, twice a week or even just once a year we can help.

Let us help you with your enquiry. To find out more about our wide range of services and sources of funding simply contact us today.


What your Home Care Support Worker cannot do for you.

Asking the Home Care Support Support Worker to spend more time with you than on your care plan.

All Home Care Support Workers visit a number of people each day that will be expecting them at a certain time. If they are delayed, this will mean that someone else is kept waiting. If you need more time, please speak to the Manager. Please refer to contact details and addresses.

Medication

If you find it difficult or are unable to take you own medication, you should ask for help from the District Nurse attached to the surgery of your GP. If you have difficulties opening bottles of “dossett boxes” we may be able to assist after a risk assessment has been carried out. We cannot assist with medication that is not prescribed by your G.P.

Changing curtains / light bulbs or cleaning windows

Because of risk of falls, Home Care Support Workers cannot carry out any tasks that would involve them standing on anything where there may be a risk of industrial injury through accidents.

Lifting moving heavy furniture or other items

Again because of the risk of accidents, our Home Care Support Workers are not permitted to move or lift heavy items, like furniture, for any reason.

Provision of continence aids or specialist equipment


The Company does not provide continence aids or wheelchairs, bath aids, and other Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapy aids.

These things will be fully discussed with you when your needs assessment takes place. If there is a need for equipment or continence aids identified, referrals will be made to the appropriate agency or service.

What your Home Care Support Worker is not allowed to do.


All Home Care Support Workers employed by the company are not allowed to do the following:-

  • Not allowed to smoke in a Service Users Home.
  • Not allowed to be a witness to a Service Users will
  • Not allowed to be in a lottery / pools syndicate with any Service User.
  • Not allowed to access a Service Users home whilst they are not there.
  • Not allowed to receive gifts or money from Service Users or their families.
  • Not allowed to lend money from Service Users or their families.
  • Not allowed to use Service Users loyalty cards.
  • Not allowed to use a Service Users telephone unless using the Teleconfirmation call Logging.
  • Not allowed to sell or dispose of any goods which belong to a Service User or their families.
  • Not allowed to incur a liability on behalf a Service User.
  • Not allowed to take responsibility for looking after valuables on behalf of a Service User.
  • Not allowed to take any unauthorised person into a Service Users home, this includes children & Pets.
  • Not allowed to sell goods to a Service User example - Avon or catalogue items.