Welcome to the Birmingham and Solihull branch: A 'whole person' approach to care
Home is where your belongings, treasures, pets, and memories are. Where the family is used to coming to visit and where your community can support you. This is especially important for people living with dementia, as familiarity is hugely important to overall health and well-being.
All our staff attend a specialised and unique training programme and understand how to support a person living with a diagnosis of Dementia in the best way.
We provide all clients with the highest quality home care and support possible to facilitate people living in their own homes with dignity, independence and control over how they live their lives.
Our approach takes your broader wishes and hopes into account, as well as your physical needs. This is why the care plans we create often include things like listening to music, or visits to arts centres or meeting a friend, as well as, say, help with bathing and medication. It’s also why our care plans are drawn up only through detailed discussion with you and, should you wish, others whom you trust, such as your doctor and members of your family.
Our Home Care services include:
To ensure continuity and the building of genuine relationships, our provision of care comes at a minimum of 1 hour. This and additional hourly support can be arranged for any time you need it – including weekends and holidays.
Some people need to have nightly support on a sleep-in or waking night basis. We can offer a flexible nightly support package to meet your needs.
We can provide you with:
- Companionship and socialising
- Support with medication
- Assistance with washing, showering, bathing and dressing
- Assistance with toileting needs
- Prepare and lay fresh bedding
- Meal preparation and assistance at meal times
- Light household work
- Laundry or ironing
- Assistance with shopping
- Collect medications and prescriptions
- Moving and Handling (including hoisting)
- Support with attending hobbies and interests
- Visits to the library
- Eating at restaurants
- Walks in the park
- Shopping trips
For clients requiring full time care, a live-in care arrangement can sometimes be the best option. Live-in care offers the reassurance of full time support and companionship without leaving the comfort of your own home, familiar surroundings and your friendly neighbours. Receiving 24-hour care at home is a popular alternative to care homes for individuals with long-term health needs.
Our respite care service provides temporary relief to anyone caring for a loved one. We can also provide hospital to home support.
Personal Assistance and Companionship
Companionship or personal assistance is for individuals who may not need personal care but wish to have support with hobbies, interests or correspondence.
The care and support needs we are able to meet:
- Care And Support For People Over The Age Of 18
- Dementia Care
- Parkinson’s Care
- Physical Disabilities
- Out Of Hospital
- Stroke Rehabilitation
- Learning Disabilities And Autism
- Acquired Brain Injuries
- Neurological Conditions
- Complex Health Conditions
- End-of-life care
Once we started your care or support we maintain regular contact to respond to changes in needs and choices to be able to provide a bespoke service designed to your individual needs, preferences and culture.
All our employees are fully trained and DBS checked.
Please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.
Call today on 0121 633 9045 or contact us below:
40 Vicarage Road