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FROM A FEW HOURS A WEEK WE PROVIDE A FULL CARE SERVICE TO MATCH THE NEEDS OF THE INDIVIDUAL — WHICH INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING



PERSONAL CARE SERVICES

  • Help with bathing
  • Assist with dressing
  • Provide grooming
  • Help with incontinence care
  • Assist with eating
  • Dementia care
  • Alzheimer’s care
  • Provide medication reminders
  • Assist with morning/wake up
  • Assist with evening/tuck in

HOME HELP SERVICES

  • Collect prescriptions
  • Provide light housekeeping
  • Dusting and vacuuming
  • Help with washing and ironing
  • Make beds and change bed linen
  • Answer the door
  • Organise wardrobes and cupboards
  • Take out rubbish
  • Meal preparation and tidy away
  • Check food expiry dates
  • Supervise home maintenance
  • Oversee home deliveries
  • Care for houseplants
  • Assist with pet care
  • Prepare shopping lists
  • Help with general shopping
  • Drop off and collect dry cleaning

HOME HELP SERVICES

  • Offer companionship and conversation
  • Arrange appointments
  • Help with travel arrangements
  • Stimulate mental awareness
  • Escort to appointments
  • Assist with clothing selection
  • Assist with entertaining
  • Help with reading
  • Participate in hobbies and crafts
  • Monitor diet and eating
  • Buy magazines, papers and books
  • Rent and play films
  • Plan visits, outings and trips
  • Visit neighbours and friends
  • Accompany to lunch or dinner
  • Attend plays or concerts
  • Attend club meetings and sporting events
  • Record family history
  • Discuss current/historical events
  • Reminisce about the past






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FUNDING – PRIVATE

We understand that financing healthcare can be a worry; however, there are several different ways you can fund your care including government grants and subsidies, and charitable support.


FUNDING – DIRECT PAYMENTS


Direct payments are payments made to you, or the person looking after you, from your local social services to fund your care.

This gives you greater control over your life, enabling you to decide how you are cared for and choose your own service provider rather than social services making these decisions for you.


For more information about how care services are funded, visit your local Council website or see:
http://www.nhs.uk/CarersDirect/guide/practicalsupport/Pages/Chargingforcareathome.aspx