Services - Community Healthcare
We provide safe, effective social care and health support services to people in their own environment. Whatever the individual circumstances, we develop a tailored service which responds to personal needs and offers the right level of support, social care and nursing. We develop personalised packages of care around these services. Please see below for more information on all the services we offer:
Our workers are thoroughly competent in supporting and providing enabling home care to people with spinal injuries and associated conditions. We offer short or long term support spinal injury home care for clients with a variety of needs, giving practical support for health conditions such as bowel management, catheter care, tracheostomy care and ventilation and breathing support. We can extend our services to provide and manage multidisciplinary packages focused on individual client needs - including physiotherapy, occupational therapy and psychiatry services. As sponsors for the Spinal Injuries Association we are a trusted service proud of how we can help in difficult situations.
Our workers are thoroughly competent in supporting people with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and associated conditions. As a result, our skilled workers can provide enabling care as well as short or long term support for clients. We offer help with a variety of needs such as daily living skills, social interaction, confidence building, emotional support and advocacy.
We provide high quality complex care such as long-term home ventilation, enabling clients to live in their own homes. Our staff are thoroughly competent in supporting people at home with complex conditions such as motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis and acquired brain injury.
Our workers are thoroughly competent in supporting people with physical disabilities and can providing enabling care. We offer short or long-term support for clients with a variety of needs including motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease and Huntingdon’s chorea. No two individuals with physical disability will be the same and so will require greatly different levels of support to manage day-to-day living. Some conditions can also be associated with mental disability and learning difficulties that can be severe.
We provide a high quality service enabling clients to live independent lives - supported in their own homes, living environments and communities. Our workers are thoroughly competent in supporting people with mental health difficulties. We offer short or long-term support for clients with a variety of needs including: personality disorders, depression, substance misuse, schizophrenic disorders and crisis support.
The weeks leading up to the birth of a new baby are a personal time. Professional support from a maternity nurse or carer gives each mother-to-be the confidence, advice and support to prepare for their new arrival and ensure the birth is as stress-free as possible. Each maternity package is tailored to the needs of the mother and may include everything from daily or live-in care through to around the clock support. All our clients can be assured that the nurse we provide to them is carefully selected to meet their needs and offers experience and skills in maternity care.
We provide rehabilitation and support for the elderly, for example after a stroke or illness, as well as live-in care and long-term companionship. Our staff are thoroughly competent in supporting elderly people and can provide enabling care. We offer short or long-term support for clients with a variety of needs such as practical support with chronic health conditions or following an operation.
Our workers are thoroughly competent in supporting people with learning disabilities and can provide enabling care. We offer short or long-term support for clients with a variety of needs including Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorder,Dyspraxia and Down’s Syndrome. No two individuals with a learning disability will be the same and so each client will require greatly different levels of support to manage day-to-day living. Some conditions can also be associated with a physical disability. Where it is needed, we can also offer support workers with qualifications and experience in handling challenging behaviours.
Palliative Care is the active holistic care of clients with advanced progressive illness. The management of pain and other symptoms, as well as the provision of psychological, social and spiritual support, is paramount. The goal of palliative care is to achieve the best quality of life for clients and their families. Many aspects of palliative care are also applicable earlier in the course of the illness - in conjunction with other treatments.
Individuals facing serious life-threatening illness and approaching death deserve to be treated with dignity, respect and compassion and to receive care that is focused on their own choices. We can provide support to people who are seriously ill with cancer or another condition and want to be looked after at home, rather than go into hospital. We work in partnership with the local Primary Care Trust (PCT), Macmillan nurses, Marie Curie nurses, hospices and GPs to provide end of life care.
Pulse at Home is the private nursing and care service that brings patient care in the home. Find out more about PULSE@Home - Private nursing care in the home.
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