We can support you with your daily personal care or just when you need a little extra help.
We can assist you with:
getting up in the morning
preparing for bed
daily living skills
accessing the community inc. escorting to appointments and other activities
preparing food and drinks
We work with people who have a wide range of mental health needs, from mild anxiety and depression to severe and enduring mental health problems
We support adults who have mental ill health with outcome based, personalised support packages, maintaining the individual’s independence in their home and community.
By using our skills, experience and expertise, we can assist people by providing the right care package based on their unique needs.
You can be assured – we have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide.
We support people with mild to complex learning disabilities. This may include people who are on the autistic spectrum or who have associated sensory or physical disabilities.
The support we provide ranges from social and educational support to 24 hour care in their home.
Our staff have specific and specialised training to enable them to deliver the best care for people with learning disabilities.
All our staff working with people who have behaviours that challenge will be trained in Positive Behaviour Support. This will ensure the delivery of care is safe both for the staff team and service user.
Dementia care at home will allow you or your loved one to stay in comfortable familiar surroundings alongside family and friends for as long as is possible. This being an ideal and cost-effective alternative to residential care.
Dementia can cause behavioural changes that can include repetitive questioning, restlessness and agitation. Our visits can provide respite for those who need a break from caring. We allow people to relax, whilst they know their loved ones are being cared for.
We aim to provide continuity with the staff team, providing friendly and familiar faces and to give reassurance to those who find orientation and memory difficulty as the condition progresses.
Supported Living is an alternative to residential care, giving the person a wider range of housing options to meet their needs. People may want to share a property or live on their own with support.
A supported living package allows people to stay in their own home or an area where they have a network of family and friends, maintaining contact and being integrated with the community. This is still domiciliary care, although the packages are usually larger with more hours required to support the person.
Being able to socialise and meet with friends is an important part of maintaining good mental health for everyone.
We can assist you with maintaining hobbies attending social groups and other activities.
End of life or palliative care at home allows you or your loved ones to spend their time at home, making it easier for friends and family to visit and in the company of someone they know and trust whilst being supported.
We aim to provide familiar and friendly faces who are familiar with the care and support needed, giving reassurance and peace of mind. We work closely with health care professionals to provide high quality care supporting the individual and family.
You can be assured that all our staff have undergone the Social Care Wales induction and have been provided with specialist training to undertake their role in a professional and responsive manner. Staff are well supported by their managers and have regular supervision.