Elderly care is all about getting older and those daily tasks becoming more difficult to do.
Companionship is all about having that person there to interact with whether it be just to talk or when doing daily activities.
Personal care is having support or assistance that involves physical contact between carer and client.
Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects the brain whilst Dementia is not the disease in its own right but actually the name for the group of symptoms that come from it, including memory loss, thinking problems, language and problem solving
Respite care is planned temporary care that is put in place to help if the permanent carer requires time off or extra support as and when needed.
Appointment Companion is all about having someone there to take you to and from appointments with the option of support when needed.
Specialist care is when those specialist conditions require specialist conditions or additional expertise’s.
Our Hospital to home service is for the times when you come out of hospital after a stay.