WHY DOMICILIARY CARE
Community Care Covers a broad range of services from companionship through to medical care.provided in your own home.
Aimed at people who required either ongoing or short term care full time or at regular intervals, community care is the number 1 alternative to residential care.
We all value our independence and for many people the choice to be cared for in their own home can make a difference to their life and health.
Services vary greatly from companionship and personal assistance to household chores, hospital visits and night sits.
Care may also be required for a patient with a specific condition such as dementia or alzheimers.
Sometimes people do not like to admit or accept that they are in need of care. They may not have any specfic illness or condition, but as we all get older, problems with mobility can make day to day tasks more taxing and time consuming help with personal care such as bathing, dressing and proper eating can give people more time and energy to enjoy the rest of their day.
We are a preferred provider for Lancashire County Council registered for the elderly.physical and sensory disabilities and mental health.
Services we offer include:
- All aspects of personal care
- Telephone monitoring system
- Specialised live in care
- Personal support assistants
- Medication management
- Convalescent support
- Sitting service
- Walking watchers / Sleepovers
All our staff are fully trained and qualified to the very highest levels, as well as being completely DBS checked for peace of mind and our clients safety. We pride ourselves in boasting a set of employees that are friendly, trustworthy and above all professional.
We are also care quality approved with a latest report giving us a Quality Rating of Good.