My care service will be funded by Social Services, can you still help?

We work closely with a number of Social Services and Continuing Healthcare Teams, throughout the UK. Should you receive funding from your Local Authority and are interested in being supported by us, we can provide you with casting and literature which you will be able to forward to and discuss with your Social Worker. Alternatively, we can speak directly with your Social Worker and explain the level of care that we are able to provide.

What if my care requirements change?

Our Home Care service team can easily be adapted to a provide a level of care which is appropriate for your needs. Should your condition deteriorate, we can provide additional care to ensure that you are fully supported. If your condition improves, we can reduce your level of care in-line with your independence. Your care package will be regularly reviewed and we welcome open communication from you, your family and your Carer to ensure that any changes in your requirements are identified immediately.

Will I need a Nurse or a Healthcare Assistant to support me?

To determine whether you will require the support of a Nurse or a Healthcare Assistant we will carry out a full care assessment, identifying exactly what your care requirements are. Carers are able to support you with everyday activities such as meal preparation and getting in and out of bed, however, dressing, toileting, bed-making, helping you to go to bed at night etc. A Nurse will support you with more complex requirements such as dressing wounds, administering complex medication, or making clinical judgements with regards to your pain relief. Should you wish to have support from a Nurse and a Healthcare Assistant at varying times, we will be more than happy to arrange this for you.

Will you work with other healthcare professionals who are involved in my care?

Yes, we work with a number of private and NHS healthcare organisations and hospitals and are trusted by GPs and Continuing Care professionals throughout London. This can include obtaining details of your care history from your G.P., through to working with your District Nurse to identify training specific to your needs. This ensures that all involved healthcare professionals are aware of your current care needs.