Updates and helpful resources for our Care & Carers community during COVID-19.
Caring for a family member can be stressful. To help family carers recuperate we offer short period care and support so they get a break.
We all need social interaction. Evidence shows that social isolation and loneliness are harmful to our health and wellbeing.
The assessment may conclude that two care workers should work together to ensure the safety of the client.
Rather than having a 24/7 on-call carer some people may prefer to have a carer available at their premises at night time
Though extremely difficult, many people with dementia continue doing what they enjoy in life and endeavour to remain independent for as long as possible.
As people get older, they become more reliant on medicines and unfortunately, the aging process affects individuals’ capacity to manage their medication.
People who need assistance with personal care may also need advice, encouragement and emotional and psychological support.
Returning home from hospital after discharge can be daunting. Our home from hospital service is designed to give peace of mind and facilitate a speedy recovery!
We provide home and meal support to maximise our clients’ independence and peace of mind.
Not everyone has a relative who lives nearby. Even if they have, people may not always be available.
If you or your loved ones require close supervision and ongoing support at night, a waking night carer can be a solution.
Learning Difficulties can present a range of needs. Though this can be extremely challenging for the individual and their families we are here to support you.