A comprehensive service that can support you in a wide range of activities, Disabilities Care is for you if you need help with everyday tasks. These include, but are not limited to, assistance in the bathroom, help with your medicine, food preparation and morning or evening routine assistance.
Designed to give an existing, such as a family member, a break from their workload, our Respite Care Companions will support you to the exact same standard of care that you’re accustomed to, and are available on a short or long-term basis.
Many of the service users we provide care for life with wide-ranging Physical Disabilities from Limited Mobility with the aid of a Zimmer frame to individuals who are bedbound and require hoist transfers.
We also provide for a wide range of Adults and Children with Mental Health and Learning Disabilities including ADHD, Depression, Autism and Downs Syndrome. A large aspect the care provided here involves escorting the service user to enjoy external activities that promote social inclusion such as local playgroups, park visits, and swimming, social groups at day centers and cinema visits.
During our service provision, we are entirely responsible for the well-being of the service user, their safety whilst being escorted to and from the external venue and whilst doing any set activity. Risk Assessments We are responsible for the risk assessments for both the home and the external venue.
These risk assessments are scored using H&S guidelines. Equality and Diversity If the service is focused and set in the service user’s home, our responsibility levels are to ensure the service user safety is paramount during any moving and handling task, their wellbeing is maintained through medication promoting and they are afforded their equal rights if they fall into any of the 9 protected characteristics.