Specialised neurological care in the place you call home. Our Care Professionals will provide practical support and care tailored to your individual needs.
We care for those who are living with various neurological conditions such as Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Muscular Dystrophy (MD), Huntington’s disease, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s, and epilepsy, to name a few. We have Care Professionals who are highly trained in delivering care to people living with these conditions, either as ad hoc home visits or ongoing home care services. You are matched to a Care Professional who is trained to the highest clinical standards. Working alongside your own health teams and our bespoke clinical training partners, care can be adapted according to your own specific needs and will evolve as your neurological condition changes.
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Home Help & Housekeeping
Simple Wound Care
One of our Care Professionals will live with your loved one in their home to deliver a fully-personalised care package
Neurological conditions can impact many areas of life. Receiving support at home with continence is one way we can make you or your loved one comfortable and safe at home. We can help those who have continence aids, catheters, sheaths, and stomas fitted. Nutritional support needs are also common, this can be assistance or full support with a feeding tube, or simply help with meal preparation; gastrostomy care is key to helping people live well at home. We understand that many neurological conditions can affect a person’s breathing. You may have a range of inhalers, nebulisers, oxygen, or ventilation such as BiPAP and CPAP to support you in managing your symptoms. Rest assured; our Care Professionals will work according to your existing health care plan from your NHS care team. Together, they will support you in the place you feel most comfortable: at home.
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