Project Description

Specialist Services

We can provide care workers with experience in supporting people with specific disabilities and illnesses including:

Every case of dementia is unique to the circumstances and needs of the individual affected. We provide a bespoke service designed to enable you to remain as independent as possible, offering different levels of support, as and when you need it.

We can support people and their families who have; dementia, or Alzheimer’s, and their families. Our staff are trained to manage difficult behaviour with care, compassion and professionalism.

What is dementia?

Dementia (from the Latin de- “without” + ment “mind”) has been defined as ‘a chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes resulting from brain disease or injury, leading to memory malfunction, personality changes, and impaired reasoning ability’.

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Our friendly and sympathetic team are experienced in helping people and their family and friends to find the best way forward for all concerned. We will offer unbiased advice and explain the services we can offer should you decide that help with care at home is the best solution.

What is a stroke?

A stroke occurs when the blood supply carrying oxygen and nutrients to the brain is interrupted because a blood vessel has burst, or more commonly, become blocked by a blood clot. As a result, brain cells are damaged and begin to die. The sooner a stroke victim gets medical attention, the better the chance of limiting the damage.

Every stroke case is unique to the circumstances and needs of the individual affected. We provide a bespoke service designed to enable you to remain as independent as possible, offering different levels of support, as and when you need it.

We can support stroke victims and their families by providing care at home on a temporary or long-term basis. Our staff are trained to deal with the issues involved with care, compassion and professionalism. The emphasis is on maintaining, and where possible enhancing, the quality of life of the individuals we are caring for at all times.

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People with Parkinson’s and their carers should take expert medical advice from their family doctor, who will devise a suitable treatment and care routine.

If the situation has reached the stage where expert care is needed, please call us on 01306 710900 to talk through your requirements and see how we can help.

Every case of Parkinson’s disease is unique to the circumstances and needs of the individual affected. We provide a bespoke service designed to enable people with Parkinson’s to remain as independent as possible, offering different levels of support, as and when you need it.

We can support Parkinson’s sufferers and their families by providing care at home on a temporary or long-term basis. Our staff are trained to deal with the issues involved with care, compassion and professionalism. The emphasis is on maintaining, and where possible enhancing, the quality of life of the individuals we are caring for at all times.

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

The progressive neurological condition “paralysis agitans” is usually referred to simply as Parkinson’s, after James Parkinson, who was the first to describe what he called “the shaking palsy”. It is a disease of the brain which also manifests itself in the body, and is caused by the lack of a chemical called dopamine as a result of the death of nerve cells in the brain.

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  SERVICES

  24/7 Care & Support

01306 710900 (Surrey)

 01903 507801 (Worthing)

  01243 863111 (Arun)

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Services Info.pdf

Specialist Services

We can provide care workers with experience in supporting people with specific disabilities and illnesses including:

Every case of dementia is unique to the circumstances and needs of the individual affected. We provide a bespoke service designed to enable you to remain as independent as possible, offering different levels of support, as and when you need it.

We can support people and their families who have; dementia, or Alzheimer’s, and their families. Our staff are trained to manage difficult behaviour with care, compassion and professionalism.

What is dementia?

Dementia (from the Latin de- “without” + ment “mind”) has been defined as ‘a chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes resulting from brain disease or injury, leading to memory malfunction, personality changes, and impaired reasoning ability’.

Find out more

Our friendly and sympathetic team are experienced in helping people and their family and friends to find the best way forward for all concerned. We will offer unbiased advice and explain the services we can offer should you decide that help with care at home is the best solution.

What is a stroke?

A stroke occurs when the blood supply carrying oxygen and nutrients to the brain is interrupted because a blood vessel has burst, or more commonly, become blocked by a blood clot. As a result, brain cells are damaged and begin to die. The sooner a stroke victim gets medical attention, the better the chance of limiting the damage.

Every stroke case is unique to the circumstances and needs of the individual affected. We provide a bespoke service designed to enable you to remain as independent as possible, offering different levels of support, as and when you need it.

We can support stroke victims and their families by providing care at home on a temporary or long-term basis. Our staff are trained to deal with the issues involved with care, compassion and professionalism. The emphasis is on maintaining, and where possible enhancing, the quality of life of the individuals we are caring for at all times.

Find out more

People with Parkinson’s and their carers should take expert medical advice from their family doctor, who will devise a suitable treatment and care routine.

If the situation has reached the stage where expert care is needed, please call us on 01306 710900 to talk through your requirements and see how we can help.

Every case of Parkinson’s disease is unique to the circumstances and needs of the individual affected. We provide a bespoke service designed to enable people with Parkinson’s to remain as independent as possible, offering different levels of support, as and when you need it.

We can support Parkinson’s sufferers and their families by providing care at home on a temporary or long-term basis. Our staff are trained to deal with the issues involved with care, compassion and professionalism. The emphasis is on maintaining, and where possible enhancing, the quality of life of the individuals we are caring for at all times.

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

The progressive neurological condition “paralysis agitans” is usually referred to simply as Parkinson’s, after James Parkinson, who was the first to describe what he called “the shaking palsy”. It is a disease of the brain which also manifests itself in the body, and is caused by the lack of a chemical called dopamine as a result of the death of nerve cells in the brain.

Find out more

  SERVICES

  24/7 Care & Support

 (0) 1306 710900

 (0) 1903 507801 (Worthing)

 (0) 1243 863111 (Arun)

DOWNLOADS

Services Info.pdf

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Talk to someone about your care needs today