Whilst our reputation is built on high-quality companionship care, we are experts in providing specialist care of complex conditions that affect older people. Our approach to matching our carers with our clients means that the carer we place with you will have been trained in the specific condition you are living with and will enable you to live a better quality of life, with independence and choice.
The conditions we are able to care for include, but are not limited to:
We are experts in providing one-to-one dementia care means you can live well at home with support from a highly trained carer.
When faced with the challenges that lack of mobility or frailty presents, our carers will help you maintain as much independence as possible, with confidence.
Our carers flexible approach to the changing nature of Parkinson’s ensures you can live well with an improved quality of life.
With our expert carers you can be supported through your stroke rehabilitation to successfully achieve positive outcomes.
Our carers provide a highly personalised service for those living with respiratory conditions and are observant and experienced in being able to quickly identify and respond to symptoms.
Whatever your cancer diagnosis or stage, our carers are trained to provide a blend of emotional, physical, and medical support.
Our sensitive and compassionate carers are trained to support those who require palliative or end-of-life care ensuring their wishes are respected.
MS (Multiple Sclerosis)
With our flexible live-in care service, those living with MS can continue to live the life they choose with the support they need.
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