How Home Care works
Many have a tough time recognising that they need some help and care. That is why it always a good idea to check on them every now and then. You need not only provide help and support when they truly need it; it can be something as simple as housekeeping, preparing food or accompanying them to a doctor’s appointment.
Contact us to hear your options
Before deciding anything, call us first. We will give you a break down of what services we can provide to your ageing loved one after you have had a chat with one of our care representatives. This is not a formal discussion, meaning you have a chance to ask as many questions as you want to ensure your loved one is in good hands.
After the discussion, we will present you with a visiting programme, allowing you to choose what option suits you best. The programme will incorporate your needs, whether you need a little time to yourself or need something for the long-term. It also doesn’t matter whether it is day or night, 30 minutes or five hours, our care practitioners are available to visit whenever and for however long you need them to.
Schedule a meeting our Care Manager
After we have agreed on a programme, we arrange a meeting between you and a caretaker. During the meeting, you will have a chance to explain your expectations and the amount of support needed for you and your loved one.
When the meeting is over, we come up with a bespoke care plan. It will be comprehensive enough to cover everything you need, from nutrition to medication, complications and appointments. What’s more, it will be flexible enough to account for any changes that may arise.
We have the care support you and your loved one needs, so contact us today on 0300 124 523, and we’ll have a chat about our visiting care service.
Tell us your concerns!
We are available round-the-clock to discuss and find a home care option that is suitable for you. We can call you if you request a callback or you can reach us at 0300 124 5231.