Nursing Services

All carers introduced by The Care Agency are able to assist clients with personal care and household duties. However, sometimes a trained nurse would be more suitable for the client's needs.

A trained nurse in the home can take responsibility for tasks that a carer cannot, such as injections, wound care and administration of medicines. This can include PEG feeds, syringe drivers, stoma care and tracheostomy care. All our nurses will also provide general care, prepare meals for the patient and assist with light household duties as required. Having a nurse at home provides you with the added reassurance of a highly trained, responsible and professional individual, who will manage your care arrangements and liaise with other health professionals.

For You Healthcare can provide a quality nursing service, assisting clients with:

  • Post-op nursing care - Assisting with recovery and rehabilitation after an operation or an admission to hospital. In many cases an earlier discharge is possible from hospital if a trained nurse is arranged
  • Respite or holiday cover - Providing short term cover when a family or private staff member is on holiday.
  • Elderly care - Assistance with the management of long term medical conditions.
  • End of life care - Support and peace of mind for clients who want to remain in their own homes.

All nurses are experienced and recruited for their professional qualities, reliability, trustworthiness and kindness. All nurses are registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and many have completed postgraduate courses and training.

Our Care/Support Staff

A live in care worker means our clients do not have to leave the familiar surroundings of their own homes.

This affordable alternative to residential care allows for one-to-one attention from the care worker, which is simply impossible to achieve in a multi-resident care facility.

It may not be possible for a relative to provide round the clock care for an elderly person, others may themselves be getting on in years and be physically unable to look after the growing needs of their spouse or parent. This is where our staff become an important part of the overall support for the needs of your loved one, and you are safe in the knowledge that a caring and compassionate companion is never far from your loved one.

Support and help is available 24 hours a day and 7 days per week to address any needs that may arise.

If you, your parents, or a loved one has reached that time in life where you need a little extra assistance, but want to remain in the comfort of your own home, we can help.

Outcome Based Support

We are committed to providing support which is both person centred and outcomes based.

This means we take the time to get to know the capabilities, aspirations and challenges of each of our customers and help them work toward realistic and achievable goals.

Fundamental to this approach is what we call Activity Based Care. This involves encouraging people to stay fit and active and do as many daily tasks for themselves as they are capable of doing. We often use creative methods to find new approaches and overcome obstacles when one of our customers is having difficulty. This helps each individual maintain their confidence and independence for as long as possible.

Who we support

Whoever the customer, our aim is always the same - to help them live more independent and fulfilling lives. These customers include, but are not limited to:

  • Older people we have a systems in place for delivering care and support for older people and can provide specialist nursing, dementia and palliative care
  • People with learning disabilities - our teams can help people with learning disabilities acquire the skills they need to live a more independent and fulfilling life
  • People with physical disabilities our care and support teams use creative approaches to help customers physical disabilities overcome the challenges they may face with daily tasks
  • People with mental health issues our teams can provide treatment, care and support for people living with a range of challenging, complex or long term mental health conditions
  • People with an acquired brain injury - we help people who have suffered a brain injury as they work along the pathway to rehabilitation
  • People in Rehabilitation post hospital discharge - Assisting with recovery and rehabilitation after an operation or an admission to hospital. In many cases an earlier discharge is possible from hospital if a trained nurse is arranged
  • People with Long Term Medical Conditions
  • People with Dementia
  • Alzheimer's Disease
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