Do you need specific care with dealing with a debilitating disease, or assistance with lumber stoma, or PEG feeding? Complex care might just be what you need, so as to receive specialised care in your very own home, without mandatory sharing required. To find out more about private live-in, give us a call or simply fill in the form and claim your 20 minutes FREE Consultation.
So, what exactly is complex care? As the name implies, this sort of care is more complex, and you should only choose highly trained complex caregivers who are skilled in specific care approaches. We feel that spending time with loved ones is essential, which is why we offer complex care ranging from respite or frequent visits to 24-hour homecare. By working closely with our clients and their loved ones, we assist people with complex needs to remain in the comfort of their own home, surrounded by people they trust.
How do our complex care services work?
Our complex care service is a cost-effective alternative to nursing, fully managed services, or residential care homes. We can show people the profiles of carers who have a lot of experience with a lot of different kinds of complicated care needs, so you or your loved one can stay in your own home.
What medical conditions can our complex care services treat?
Our carers and personal assistants will enable you to provide ongoing complex care on a one-to-one basis, reducing stress and interruption for those with severe ailments.
We can assist people living with conditions such as:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Congenital illness
- Brain injuries
- Degenerative diseases
- Cerebral palsy
Our pleasant, compassionate network of vetted carers can provide the critical, sophisticated care and support that you or your loved one requires to manage illness and preserve the lifestyle that they like.
How can a complex caregiver assist?
Our priority is to provide a responsive, professional service that not only meets, but constantly exceeds expectations.
Here's how we can assist:
- Respiratory assistance and ventilation at home
- Spinal or head injuries
- Tracheostomy support
- Nasogastric feeding and gastrostomy.
- Administration of medication
- Bowel and epilepsy management
- Continence care
We collaborate closely with individuals, families, and healthcare experts to create the best care plan for you. This allows you to live an independent, active, and satisfying life while also having control over the care you get. As your care needs vary, we can adjust your care plan to fit your changing needs and preferences.
What will your carers do?
Your professionally vetted carers can assist you in managing your physical demands as part of your complex care arrangements, including:
- Personal care
- Preparation of meals.
- Household chores
But, in the long run, their companionship and capacity to provide emotional support and friendship, not just to you, but also to your family and friends, is far more valuable. It is critical that everyone works together to provide the best possible care.