- Fitting our care around established daily routines and lifestyles
- How much Domiciliary care is required, for example, a few hours a day or full-time live-in care
- Ensuring the client feels respected, cared for and independent.
Quite simply, when a carer or personal assistant offers visiting support at home. Different to live-in care where you receive ongoing support, this type of care is for those who prefer support at set regular times each week. This could be as little as a weekly housekeeping visit through to several visits a day to help with personal care, getting around the home or preparing meals, for example. It even covers overnight support if you need some extra assistance with nightly toilet trips or taking medication.READ MORE
We’re one of the UK’s most experienced providers of residential care for adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs and associated complex needs. With over 4 years services nationwide, we’ve been a trusted partner to local authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups since. Our services are designed to help our service users enjoy a happy, fulfilling life and achieve as much social inclusion and as much independence as possible.READ MORE
If someone you love is suffering from a terminal illness and requires specialist palliative care, cancer care or dementia care, the last thing you want to consider is moving them out of comfortable surroundings. With Xtra Heathcare, we get the expert care they need in the place they feel happiest and most comfortable in their own home.READ MORE