Physical & Cognitive Disabilities
Some types of cognitive disabilities are aphasia, autism, attention deficit, dyslexia, dyscalculia, intellectual and memory loss. These types of cognitive disabilities are just the beginning, there are many more types of cognitive disabilities.
We pair each care assistant according to the client’s circumstances and requirements. In those instances where a client’s behaviour may be challenging, we’ll employ carers with the respective training while working to maintain the client’s dignity and respect. At the end of the day, we must be pairing clients with carers with who they can trust and build a relationship.
Assisting with walking from bed to wheelchair
Bathing, dressing and grooming assistance
Safety and fall prevention
Status reporting to family
Toileting and incontinence care
Meal preparation and nutrition
Laundry and change of bed linens
Grocery shopping and errands
Transportation to social & recreational activities
Assistance with light exercise
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Happy Clients Say
Beth Stuart Our Customer
I am writing to say I am really pleased with the caring service you provide, staff are very caring, compassionate and are always on schedule with their visits. The staff are always willing to go the extra mile and make every effort to meet my father’s needs. We have been using your service now for several years and have always found you very reliable it’s almost like the staff are now part of the family. I would highly recommend your company. Beth
Amy McCully Our Customer
Hi, I would just like to thank everyone who came to do my calls last week. Due to the severe weather conditions my wife and daughter got stuck in Nottingham and my mum was unable to travel to help me. Therefore the carers really stepped up and provided extra calls and night sits when I really needed them. Easing worry for all of us. I hope it is realised how great the staff are, they are greatly appreciated and they should all be proud of the work they do and the help they provide. Amy M.