Live-in Care Services
We also provide Live-in care where we send our carer/s to live at the client’s home for purposes of providing care. We follow the following steps before any live-in is agreed:
Step 1: We receive an inquiry from a potential service user, carer or relative.
Step 2: We make an appointment for our Registered Care Manger to discuss the care needs and we also use that opportunity to explain our services. This service is free.
Step 3: We allocate a Social Worker/Registered Nurse to do free care needs and risk assessment. The main purpose of this step is to seek understanding of the service user’s choices and how we could meet them. Following this, we then provide a non-obligatory quotation. This is also free.
Step 4: After the needs assessment, we develop a care plan in collaboration with the service user or his/her family.
Step 5: We then identify a suitable carer to match with the service user. This is an important step as the success of any live-in placement is dependent on the match of the service user and the carer.
Step 6: Our Registered Manager, with the service user’s agreement, visits the client to assess/review how the service progress and make any changes if need be. We understand that relationships can be difficult.
These steps can be held concurrently and shortened to meet service user’s care needs.
All services are delivered by staff who are fully trained, competent and (where appropriate) qualified.
Supply of Registered Nurses
We supply Health and Social Care Staff/Registered Nurses for nursing homes, care homes, disability homes, specialist care units, private and public hospitals. Provide temporary/locum work HPC Registered Social Workers.
Casual Staff/General Staff
We supply Casual Staff /General Staff to cover for industries, factories and warehouses for short term, peak periods and long term assignments. The staff can also clean and maintain premises such as offices, homes, restaurants, catering establishments, schools, community centres, churches and other private and public premises.
OTHER SPECIALIST CARE SERVICES
Visiting care services where our carer comes for a specific period to provide company.
Personal care where a carer assists with continence care, prompt medication, prepare and serve meals and assist with bathing/shower in the mornings.
Convalescent care services where the carer lives- in or visits with you while you are recovering from ill-health at home for personal or domestic care.
Respite care services where our carer stand in for a family member should they decide to take a break due to either illness or any other reason.
Hospital-to-home care services where our carer supports service user with daily activities while the service user is settling in or recuperating which some may find difficult.
Night Care services where our carer provides sleep-in service or waking night service depending on the level of support required.