Caring • Loving • Trusting

Our clinical support workers provide professional support for a wide range of service users. We offer:

Care for older people, enabling them to be as independent as they can with the help and support of staff within their homes and the wider community
Care for adults with specialist or complex needs, such as physical or learning disabilities.

We also offer care support for individuals and their families at the end of life.
Tailored support to enable individuals to recover their independence after a period of illness, injury or stay in hospital.

Our In Home Services

Our person centred services will enable an environment in which the people in our organisation can continue to enjoy the comforts of being in their own home. We also want to reduce the worry and anxiety that unreliable, inadequate care can cause to all concerned.

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Palliative Care

Enabling Care For You services supports adult and elderly individuals at home who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness or condition and wish to stay in their own home rather than a hospital or hospice.

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NHS Continuing Care

This is a service is when there is an individual with a long-term health condition has been assessed as eligible for ongoing care at home, we can provide all the homecare services required to enable that person to stay at home.

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Dementia Care

Dependable support & a one-to-one relationship with a reliable and experienced carer.

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Transitional Care

We provide clinical care services as part of a supported discharge programme, working alongside a team of healthcare professionals including nurses and occupational therapists, to enable the individual to regain their confidence and independence.

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Orthopaedic Care

This service is designed to give care and support to individuals with spinal conditions requiring an orthopaedic brace that will impact the individual’s ability to carry out everyday tasks restricting their mobility, whilst healing their bones.

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Bridging Care

This service is designed to support the individual while they are waiting for a permanent placement in a care home.

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Care News
Dementia Explained
Dementia Explained

18th March 2021

Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a range of disorders. There are many forms of dementia, the most common forms including Alzheimer’s disease, Vascular dementia, Lewy bodies and frontotemporal. Dementia is a progressive disorder with symptoms gradually worsening over time.

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