assistance with personal activities such as bathing, showering, toileting, dressing and undressing, mobility and communication.
assistance with preparing meals, including special diets for health, religious, cultural or other reasons; assistance with using eating utensils and assistance with feeding.
assistance in using continence aids and appliances such as disposable pads and absorbent aids, commode chairs, bedpans and urinals, catheter and urinary drainage appliances, and enemas.
providing crutches, quadruped walkers, walking frames, walking sticks, mechanical devices for lifting, bed rails, slide sheets, sheepskins, tri-pillows, pressure-relieving mattresses and assistance with the use of these aids.
developing a plan of care, medication management, monitoring for deterioration in health status, wound dressings and skin integrity, working with the members of the multidisciplinary team who will be focusing on treating an illness to improve the quality of life for our Service Users.
assistance with shopping, visiting health practitioners and attending social activities.
24 hours live-in carers
Support for people with dementia
Motor Neurone disease