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Types of Live-in Care Elderly Care, and Caring for people with Physical Disabilities. Our Live-in care Service includes Caring for the: Elderly and Frail, Dementia/Alzheimer’s Stroke, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis Spinal Injury, Paralysis, Cystic Fibrosis Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy and Palliative Care Temporary Live-in care upon hospital discharge Additional Live-in Care Support that we can provide We can provide information on, and intervention to help obtain if required, equipment from suppliers, and adapting the home with mobility aids. We will work with multidisciplinary teams, from Social Services, Primary Care Trust, Mental Health teams, Occupational Therapists, Specialist Dementia teams, GP's   and other NHS Professionals. The Live-in care Service we provide will consist of any or all of the following:
Live-in Care for People with Learning Difficulties, and other Life-Affecting Conditions, or Behavioural Problems. Our Live-in Care Service includes caring for people with: Learning Difficulties; Autism and Aspergers Syndrome; Down’s and Lowe’s Syndromes; Epilepsy; Challenging Behaviour; Self-Harming; Problems of Drug or Substance Misuse. Supported Living with a Live-in Carer We currently provide live-in support for many young people with physical and mental disabilities, within a supported living environment in the community. The Service we provide will consist of any or all of the following:
1. A Person Centred, Outcome Based Approach 2. Assistance to achieve quality of life 3. Assistance to mobilise and the use of mobility aids 4. Promoting independence, allowing for personal preferences 5. Knowledge of the use of aids, for sensory impairment 6. Escorting on social activities, and overcoming obstacles 7. Budgeting assistance 8. Dietary needs Monitored and encouraged 9. Incontinence pad changes 10. Medication, including appointments and repeat prescriptions 11. Personal care, observing dignity 12. Cooking and domestic work such as laundry, shopping, cleaning 13. Support for day centre activities and hobbies 14. Supporting family and friends to work together 15. Reviews and multidisciplinary meetings 16. Documents (such as complaints and quality assurance surveys) 17. Care plans and daily records keeping. Live-in Care Specialist Service with Training PEG Feed Palliative Stoma and Catheter Care Bowel Management
1. A Person Centred, Outcome Based Approach 2. Assistance to achieve quality of life 3. Promoting Independence 4. Understanding body language 5. Communicating using picture symbols 6. Escorting on social activities, and overcoming obstacles 7. Budgeting assistance 8. Support a healthy diet incorporating and monitoring dietary needs. 9. Managing and assisting incontinence. 10. Medication, including appointments and repeat prescriptions 11. Supervision of personal care 12. Prompting and support with cooking and domestic work such as laundry, shopping, cleaning 13. Accompanying day centre activities, hobbies and outings 14. Supporting family and friends to work together 15. Documents (such as complaints and quality assurance surveys) with pictures and symbols 16. Attending meetings and reviews Our Live-in care Specialist Training will include: 1. Principles of Learning Disability Support 2. The role of a Learning Disability Worker 3. Health and Safety in a Learning Disability Service 4. Protecting People who have Learning Disabilities from Abuse 5. Managing Violence and Aggression 6. Person Centred Planning, in conjunction with their supporters
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