This organisation believes that people with dementia should not be excluded from any services because of their diagnosis, age (whether designated as too young or too old) or co-existing learning disabilities and that our staff should treat people with dementia and their carers with respect at all times.If you require a compassionate, high rated professional service in domiciliary care, such tailored for individual Bio-Psychosocial needs that promotes clients' independence. Our army of distinguished trained carers, with good understanding of neurobiological knowledge, superb and holistic approach to dementia, who take into account the person’s emotional, psychological, social and other needs often tailor individualistic care for our clients. We believe in treating not just symptoms, but also the person. Hence our mantra: Mental Health sufferers and others are entitled to individualistic tailored care. Our live-in care and supported living care service is always geared around getting to know the patient, their families and understand the unique treatment that they required.
This organisation is committed to the continuous improvement of its services and views staff learning and training as core to delivering a quality service. The Regulated Services (Service Providers and Responsible Individuals) (Wales) Regulations 2017 and its accompanying Statutory Guidance makes clear the importance of ongoing professional development and training of the workforce. We will continually review and revise our training in order to ensure that the Regulatory requirements are met. Dementia care can only be truly effective when it factors in the broader lives of the people concerned, which is why we are always here to help.
For an expert service in domiciliary care service, live-in care or supported living care, get in contact with us for an impeccable care service in North Wales.
Along with comprehensive domiciliary care service, we also provide expert carers for those suffering with a range of mental health problems as well as learning difficulties, physical disability and other conditions such as autism and eating disorders. Our domiciliary care service offer support for not just the service users but also their relatives in a way that suits individual needs and their families.
The areas we cover include but are not limited to:
In order to meet our regulatory requirements, we, as an organisation, need to decide on an individual basis, whether we can meet the needs of our service users, before commencement of the service. Only after completion of a robust and comprehensive assessment process, following the procedures set out in the relevant policies, can a decision be made as to our ability to deliver the agreed level of care. This policy, as set out, forms part of that decision-making process and contributes to the holistic approach of care delivery and great care and attention should be given to all aspects of the care required and our ability to provide staff with the right mix of skills and competencies, from the commencement of the service.
These are the procedures that are of most importance to our service users; they are core to the delivery of quality care services. Any survey of service users’ priorities of quality care places the consistency and reliability of workers as their first priority. These procedures set out how we would deliver good quality services which would meet the needs of our service users.
We increase the independence of clients through working with the Social Services/Commissioner to support people at their homes, such that promotes independent living. For those looking for empowerment away from residential care, we will work together to create personalised support plans based on their interests and priorities ahead of assisting clients as they engage in activities such as cooking, music therapy, walking, managing finances and shopping, with an ultimate view towards full autonomy and a richer life.
Supported living is all about enabling clients to gain control over their own lives. Our carers can help you achieve this by providing aid in the following areas:
Many dementia patients prefer care from their own home, which is why we aim to provide an impeccable live in care service. This practice enables us to treat not just people with dementia but anybody with their own homes who do not require hospital treatment. We often provide assistance for the elderly or to people who have suffered an accident and require assistance in daily activities. Depending on the client’s preferences, our care service can be 24/7 or for as little as an hour a week.
Our team of professionals offer companionship, mobility and other services that are geared to improving the general wellbeing of patients. Some of these services include:
We provide highly professional, all-encompassing dementia care specialists and care training in Kent, London and North Wales, so if you require help with dementia or are looking for employment in the care industry, please complete a short form on our site and we will be in touch.